yj2000

Hi, I want to send raw data (0s and 1s) to SD card from windows, so that later the data can be read by other micro controllers. I looked on MSDN on the part discussing SD card driver but still have no clue how to communicate with the SD card (handshakes, registers, etc).

Can anyone help Thanks a lot.


Re: Smart Devices Native C++ Development ...

yj2000

I wrote some code to communicate with the SD card. Now I can access the card, but to write/read, I need the <sdcardddk.h> which I can't find in anywhere. Is there anyone who knows about this

Thanks




Re: Smart Devices Native C++ Development ...

yj2000

Now I find the sdcardddk.h. however, the linker said it can't find 'sdcardlib.lib'.




Re: Smart Devices Native C++ Development ...

Michael Koster

This file ships with the Windows CE Platform Builder as part of the OS tree.

An eval version is available here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/embedded/eval/trial.mspx

Michael






Re: Smart Devices Native C++ Development ...

IamNew

Hi, I also need such files but I cannot download whole PB.

yj2000, can you send <sdcardddk.h> file to valerkahome@gmail.com .

I'll be happy. Thank you very much.





Re: Smart Devices Native C++ Development ...

yj2000

Hi, IamNew,

As Michael said, the file ships with Windows CE Platform Builder. however, you need to have
windows CE to install the platform builder. if you are developing on windows XP/Vista/2000 etc,you won't be able to install it.

An alternative for window 2000/xp etc, is : the file also comes with the Driver Development Kit (DDK) which you can download and install. but after I downloaded it, I found it totally useless. the <sdcardddk.h> doesn't work on its own, it needs corresponding .libs and .dlls to link it, which, to my surprise, the DDK doesn't include at all.

So till now I haven't got a solution yet. but you can have a try and to see if it works.