Debugging Kernel-Mode Driver Framework Drivers
Updated: September 21, 2009
The Kernel-Mode Driver Framework (KMDF) not only simplifies writing kernel-mode drivers but also provides good support for debugging and diagnosing driver issues. This series of demonstrations by Kumar Rajeev shows how to debug KMDF drivers. The goal is to familiarize you with KMDF debugger extensions and provide information and tips on using these commands.
This series of demonstrations is given at an advanced technical level. To get the most from this content you should have working knowledge of the Windows kernel debugger (windbg.exe) and should be familiar with creating and using code with the Kernel-Mode Driver Framework. Because each session builds on the previous one, we recommend that you view these demonstrations in the order listed.
Video Series: Debugging Kernel-Mode Driver Framework Drivers
Kumar Rajeev is a Software Design Engineer (developer) for the Microsoft Windows Driver Framework (WDF) team. He has worked in the device driver area for over nine years in several different technologies.