Getting Started with Windows Driver Development
Updated: October 28, 2010
File name: drv_dev_intro.docx
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Getting started with Microsoft Windows device drivers can be difficult, even for experienced developers. This paper presents an overview of the debugging and testing tools that developers use to create a device driver for Windows operating systems. In particular, the paper examines ways to find and fix bugs early in development, to help you produce a high-quality device driver.
WDK MVP Don Burn shares his experience and insights about the hardware and software you need for driver development, how to get started with the WDK build environments and Build utility, and tips, techniques, and tools for all phases of development.
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