Description - Writing Windows WDM Device Drivers by Chris Cant
This volume teaches the reader about the hardware interface introduced for Microsoft Windows, including both the Win32 Driver Model (WDM) and the Windows NT kernel device driver. It offers an overview of driver development, including hardware and software interface issues, appropriate application of driver types, and descriptions of where drivers fit in the new "layer" model of WDM. Instructions on writing device drivers, including installation and debugging, are demonstrated with code provided on the companion disk. The book is effectively a sequel to "Writing Windows VxDs and Device Drivers" (R&D Books, 1996).
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Author Biography - Chris Cant
Chris Cant studied electronic engineering at Cambridge University in England. During his 18 years in the computer industry, Chris has designed hardware, embedded firmware, device drivers, real-time, communications, DOS, Windows, database, and Internet programming in a variety of application areas and languages. He is a co-founder of PHD Computer Consultants Ltd., and a regular contributor to technical presses.