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Windows Wdm and Nt5 Device Drivers: Master the New Driver Model For: Windows 98 / Windows 2000 (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 7. Januar 1999

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Aimed at the more experienced Windows C/C++ programmer, Writing Windows WDM Device Drivers provides an up-to-the-minute guide to writing drivers that conform to the new Windows 2000 driver standard. This well-paced and informative guide offers numerous excellent tips, including how to design device drivers that fit your needs, and a good deal of material on how to test and debug driver code.

Two standout sections help make this title successful. First the author describes the WDM model in detail and explains that it isn't always necessary to write your own custom device driver. (Author Chris Cant discusses when to consider off-the-shelf drivers or when to script standard drivers from Microsoft, instead of writing your own. If you do decide to go for a custom driver, Cant's simple generic drivers will help get you started.)

The second strength of this book is its discussion of a variety of techniques for testing and debugging device drivers (traditionally, a tough nut to crack since device drivers work so close to hardware). The book provides a debug driver (which allows you to log messages from other drivers), plus a number of useful tips on installing, testing, and debugging drivers, including logging events with Windows.

Fast-paced and informative, this book is a thorough guide to virtually every aspect of today's WDM device drivers, including APIs like Plug and Play, ACPI for power management, and working with USB devices. Programming device drivers is still tough, but Writing Windows WDM Device Drivers delivers all that you need to design, code, and test custom device drivers successfully. --Richard Dragan

Topics covered: Windows Driver Model (WDM) basics, device driver components, off-the-shelf drivers, standard drivers, designing device drivers, kernel calls, I/O Request Packet (IRP) processing, WDM driver development tools and utilities, testing and debugging techniques, installation, dispatch routines, plug-and-play support, power management and Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI), Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), event logging, sample generic drivers, interrupt handling, Windows NT hardware, system drivers, USB and USB Driver Interface (USBDI), and the Human Input Device (HID) model.

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Master the new Windows Driver Model (WDM) common to Windows 98 and Windows 2000. You get theory, instruction and practice in driver development, installation and debugging. Addresses hardware and software interface issues, driver types, and a description of the new 'layer' model of WDM.

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I purchased this book back in July when no other WDM books were available. Overall, I found the book didn't answer any of my concerns and was considerably lacking details for non-USB drivers. For example, there is no explaination on controling DMA transfers. All my NT driver books, have an entire chapter devoted to the subject! The PNP section was repetive but not clear. Overall, not a very good driver book.
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Besides being able to open the book and find the exact topic that relates to W2K and WDM (not like those NT4 books that touch on WDM), it's nice to open the book and find a diagram that shows the differences and commonalities between NT and WDM drivers. It's when you can find the in depth details on the major blocks of the big picture and how they relate to each other and then realize that the little tid bits of information that you didn't have time to worry about in the past are all in one place (as in the differences and commonalities mentioned above)that a single book will become your main reference. Device drivers under Windows 2000 are not to be taken lightly. To comment on the previous negative review: I would say that for a person to read and find so many errors, when the book has only been released for a few days means that either they are a seasoned GURU and have nothing better to do than buy books to look for mistakes, or maybe they didn't quite grasp the complexities involved....Or it could be another author trying increase his own sales:)
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Chris Cant writes (and draws!) in a user friendly sytle which makes the book easier to read than most. Along his way, he stops to note many important side points which other, more down-to-business books might not (e.g. noting that when running setenv under win98, you will first need to increase your environment size.) The chapter entitled "WDM Driver Environment" gives you a complete guide to setting up your WDM development systems for Win98 and Win2000, with a tremendous amount of detail - and when it comes to setting up, you can never give too much detail. Had I had that chapter when I first set up my systems to compile WDM drivers, I would have saved a good number of hours.
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HASH(0x9c31ae34) von 5 Sternen Great entry point for beginners. 16. Juni 2001
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I needed to write a Windows device driver to do parallel port I/O on NT machines and handle hardware interrupts. The DDK is incomprehensible to novices. The Viscarola / Mason book is a great reference, but is not a good how-to. Oney has lots of important information on lots of important topics, but you can quickly get lost in tons of details that don't apply to the task at hand. Chris Cant gets it right in his book. His pedagogical strategy is to actually create a very small device driver, and then study it as you layer on the complexity, and not hit you with it all at once. It exactly addressed my primary needs. Its drawback is that it is not very detailed, nor is it a good advanced reference, so the ideal solution is to get all three books, and use them each for their own strength. But start with Chris Cant's. (He also includes a couple of very useful utilities, one of which is a marvelous debugging tool.)
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HASH(0x9c32c0c0) von 5 Sternen Not a very good book for non USB driver writers 28. Oktober 1999
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I purchased this book back in July when no other WDM books were available. Overall, I found the book didn't answer any of my concerns and was considerably lacking details for non-USB drivers. For example, there is no explaination on controling DMA transfers. All my NT driver books, have an entire chapter devoted to the subject! The PNP section was repetive but not clear. Overall, not a very good driver book.
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HASH(0x9c3237d4) von 5 Sternen full of errors 24. Juli 2003
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get Oney's book instead - it's more readable and the examples actually work...
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HASH(0x9c323f3c) von 5 Sternen Not so usefull 6. April 2002
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I've found this book chaotic, and not very informative. It doesn't cover many topics like DMA and Direct I/O mode. I think this book can be more useful after reading any book covering NT drivers in details.
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HASH(0x9c32654c) von 5 Sternen user friendly reading, outstanding chapter on system setup 21. Juli 1999
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Chris Cant writes (and draws!) in a user friendly sytle which makes the book easier to read than most. Along his way, he stops to note many important side points which other, more down-to-business books might not (e.g. noting that when running setenv under win98, you will first need to increase your environment size.) The chapter entitled "WDM Driver Environment" gives you a complete guide to setting up your WDM development systems for Win98 and Win2000, with a tremendous amount of detail - and when it comes to setting up, you can never give too much detail. Had I had that chapter when I first set up my systems to compile WDM drivers, I would have saved a good number of hours.
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