The definitive and comprehensive technical reference for software engineers, systems programmers, and any engineer who needs to understand Windows NT systems internals, Windows NT Device Driver Development covers: Vital information about the internal design and architecture of the Windows NT operating system. Critical information on the implementation of standard Windows NT kernel mode drivers. Key information on the workings of Windows NT 1/0 Manager, including how 1/0 requests are described and passed among drivers. Detailed technical information on interrupt management and synchronization issues. If you develop Windows NT drivers or simply want to understand the inner workings of the Windows NT operating system, Windows
NT Device Driver Development is an essential resource to help-you: Build drivers that do not just work, but work optimally. Understand how device drivers function within the larger framework of the operating system, including how the 1/0 manager interacts; with drivers. Avoid common pitfalls and mistakes that can waylay even experienced driver writers.
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