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Sept-Oct Issue of The NT Insider Released!   Last Updated: 03-Sep-14  (Read 1353 times)

Writing WDF Drivers: Advanced Implementation Techniques   Last Updated: 03-Sep-14  (Read 5788 times)

OSR Seminar Schedule   Last Updated: 28-Aug-14  (Read 19279 times)

Instant Online Crash Dump Analyzer   Last Updated: 03-Sep-10  (Read 43732 times)

Online Crash Analyzer Got a crash dump? Analyze it instantly online (and for free) using OSR's Instant Online Crash Dump Analyzer.  Accepts mini-dumps and kernel summary dumps... you can even zip and upload PDBs.  Check it out!
 


Driver Jobs: 4 Jobs Available For Driver Writers   Last Updated: 20-Oct-14

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IMPORTANT NOTE:
OSR Dev Blog posts are now being created and posted at http://www.osr.com/developers-blog/. Please check that location for future posts. We are listing the most recent posts from that site here, as a convenience. See the full list of our blog posts here.
Overlooked Features: Device Name Spaces (article + video)
Device Name Spaces are an often overlooked, but potentially useful, feature in Windows device driver design and development. This article (with accompanying video) describes how Device Name Spaces can be useful and how to implement them when you write a WDF driver.


Setting the WinDbg Symbol Search Path (article + video)
When people postĀ the output from the WinDbg !analyze -v command to ourĀ NTDEV support forum, it’s Read more


WinHEC Returns!
In the latest concrete demonstration of Microsoft’s return to engagement with the hardware design and Read more


What is Arbitrary Thread Context? (article + video)
The concept of “arbitrary thread context” or “arbitrary process and thread context” is often confusing Read more


A Second Chance for WPP Tracing (article + video)
As many of you already know, OSR was responsible for introducing WPP Tracing to the Read more


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The NT Insider Digital Edition - Sept-Oct 2014 Now Available!   Last Updated: 10-Sep-14  (Read 3825 times)

The NT Insider Sept-Oct 2014 The Sept-Oct 2014 issue of The NT Insider is available exclusively in PDF format for download. Click the image of The NT Insider to the left for the details, and the download link to use.

Articles include:

- Peter Pontificates: To the Cloud?
- Understanding Sync Scope in WDF Drivers
- Updating Drivers with KDFiles
- Guest Article: Windows and Real-Time
- Isolation Realized: Project Monadnock
...and more!


The NT Insider is moving to OSR.COM!   Last Updated: 14-Aug-14
To make way for an all new and much improved community web site, the primary home page for The NT Insider has moved to a dedicated section on OSR's corporate web site at http://www.osr.com/nt-insider/. There, you'll find links to PDF versions of all recent issues of The NT Insider as well as HTML versions of recent articles.   Last Updated: 14-Aug-14

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It's All About The Basics

Check this section for information that's fundamental to driver development on Windows.


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File Systems and Filters: A Specialty
If you're a Windows file system or file system filter driver developer, this section is for you.
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Sample WDF Driver for Sealevel Digital I/O Kit   Last Updated: 16-Mar-06  (Downloaded 13593 times)
Here's the latest update to the sample KMDF driver for the Sealevel Digital I/O Kit. It supports the most recent release of the SeaLevel DIO-24 board (the 8018). Have fun!
OsrVirtualCdAndDisk   Last Updated: 11-Aug-05  (Downloaded 3834 times)
The OSR Virtual CD and Disk driver allows a user to mount .ISO,.IMG images as CD-ROMs and allows the user to create and mount .DSK files that act as Disk Drives.  In addition true disk image file format (.bin) has been added
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Windows Driver Developer Community
What's going on in the community? Check out what people are talking about on the NTDEV and NTFSD discussion lists below. You can participate via email, new reader, or the web. Ask a question, answer a question, or watch the discussion had by others. What are you waiting for... Click here to join the community now!

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Nguyen The Hung: Problem with driver when at D0 state (5 msgs, last updated 1:27 ago)
Sean: How to prevent EvtChildListCreateDevice from executing? (2 msgs, last updated 2:33 ago)
Chepuri: Question on banned API as per Microsoft SDL (4 msgs, last updated 3:25 ago)
Kerem Guemruekcue: Windows 8/10 non-plug and play drivers not visible (5 msgs, last updated 4:53 ago)
Ramanagouda patil: New Security settings in INF donot take effect on mahcine where driver already exists (1 msg, posted 9:05 ago)
DL: The kmdf symbol (1 msg)
 
Sean: Does file system mini filter requires WLK test and digital signing? (3 msgs, last updated 2:45 ago)
Paul McDonough: Byte Locks in Isolation Filter (7 msgs)
anatoly mikhailov: NTFS and CcDeferWrite ( Bug ) (3 msgs)
Abhishek Bhadraja: Fwd: PnP Manager Firing Unintended IRP_MN_SURPRISE_REMOVAL IRP (1 msg)
Haotian Wang: Cache synchronization between shadowFileObject and realFileObject (4 msgs)
anatoly mikhailov: NTFS metadata query requests bug (1 msg)
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