Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 25122
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2018/10/16 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2002/6/17-18 [Computer/SW/OS/Windows] UID:25122 Activity:low
6/17    I need to write an interrupt service routine to detect hardware
        interrupts, under Win2000, but I don't want to reinvent the
        wheel.  Is there some place that offers skeleton code for ISR's
        so I don't need to write one entirely myself? I searched the
        msdn site but they only had a few help pages worth of material,
        nothing else.
        \_ Just copy the sample code in any NT driver book.  E.g. "Windoze NT
           Device Driver Development" from OSR, or "Developing Windoze NT
           Device Drivers" from Addison Wesley.
        \_ Install the Windows 2000 DDK.  Install sample source.
           Look in src\general\int\stat.c for the function
           statInterruptServiceRoutine.  Note I am looking in the NT 4.0
           DDK...It might be different in the 2K or XP DDK
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