SD card driver development
This section describes the Secure Digital (SD) card technology to help you develop a SD card driver that interacts with a SD bus driver.
SD drivers are used with devices that support the SD card technology, such as memory cards, video cameras, wireless LAN devices, and Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers.
This section is intended for use by C programmers. Before you use this section, you should understand basic driver development and be familiar with storage device driver concepts. For more information, see Getting Started with Windows Drivers.
SD bus drivers are supported on the Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, and Microsoft Windows XP operating systems.
Describes features of the SD card technology, including driver stacks, SD bus interfaces, and card property and command requests.
Describes, in detail, the routines, structures, and I/O requests that you can use to develop SD card drivers.