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Old 25-08-2010
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How to access Windows driver routines from C# application

Could any one tell me if i write an application in C# or .Net , can i use Windows API s like createfile , readfile , Iocontrol to access my Windows driver routines ?
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Re: How to access Windows driver routines from C# application

The Windows Driver Kit should help you. The WDK is a fully integrated driver development system that contains the Windows Driver Device Kit (DDK) and tests for stability and reliability of Windows drivers, including the following:
  • Windows Driver Foundation (WDF) simplifies the development and support of Windows drivers.
  • Header file refactoring (Windows Vista and later versions) reduces header file complexity by providing a simpler directory structure, eliminating declaration conflicts, and using a single set of header files for all supported Windows versions.

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