SAMPLE: Umss.exe Sample USB Mass Storage Driver for Windows 98 on Two Drivers (257751)
The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Windows 98 Driver Development Kit (DDK)
This article was previously published under Q257751
SUMMARY The Umss.exe sample shows how two drivers can be used in
tandem to support a universal serial bus (USB) mass storage device on a
Microsoft Windows 98-based computer. The sample consists of source code for a
Windows Driver Model (WDM) driver and an IOS driver, which work together to
support a USB mass storage device. The Umss.exe file also contains a sample
.inf file that shows how to install the two drivers.
following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download
Release Date: Aug 27,
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The Umss.exe sample demonstrates a simple functional IOS
port driver. In addition, the Umss.exe sample demonstrates the following:
- How to support a USB mass-storage device on a Windows
98-based computer that is compliant with the Control-Bulk-Interrupt Transport
defined by the USB Mass Storage Device Class.
- How to create a virtual child object in a WDM driver, and
use it to load a separate driver.
- How to communicate between a VxD and a WDM
The sample IOS port driver and WDM driver require the Windows
98 DDK to build.
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