Writing a network audio driver in Windows CE – Part 5 – Power consumption

Writing a network audio driver in Windows CE – Part 5 – Power consumption             This blog will discuss power consumption, the fifth bullet point in my first blog about networked audio drivers. This is mainly a concern in portable devices using wireless networks, where battery life is important and wireless radio power consumption is usually…

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What the SERVICE_INIT_STOPPED flag really means

On Windows CE services.exe, there is a Context registry key associated with each service in the HKLM\Services\<ServiceName>\Context.  This is just a simple DWORD with bit flags.  One flag is named SERVICE_INIT_STOPPED (0x1).  You would think reasonably that this means somehow the service needs to be a stopped state at initialization time.  In reality, this flag…

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Contacting the CE Net Bloggers

The CENet bloggers have received a number of requests for help for various Windows CE issues.  Most of those questions are considerably outside our area of expertise which means that unfortunately that we’re not able to help. We welcome questions and comments on blog posts that we make and also for suggestions regarding future blog…

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