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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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LocoDelAssembly
Win98SE/Me supports WDM drivers too. Not sure if Win98 supports WDM but Win98SE for sure.

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vid
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what's difference between KMD and WDM? I thought they are same thing
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also, this could go to examples, it's only PE-native FASM app i have seen
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okasvi



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Tomasz Grysztar



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The examples section already contains the Win64 drivers package by Feryno.
Well, it still lacks the Win32 drivers package, though
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Madis731



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Hmm, equates is a nice idea - then you can use them only if you want...I can live with that Very Happy (actually I'm not even sure if I ever have to use them)
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vid wrote:
what's difference between KMD and WDM? I thought they are same thing


KMD is a general term used to describe "Kernel Mode Drivers". It applies to any module loaded in kernel-mode.

WDM is Windows Driver Model, and it is a platform for writing device drivers for Windows.

A WDM is a KMD, but a KMD is not necessarily a WDM.

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Post 06 Aug 2006, 00:56
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Verbosity in development


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comrade: thanks
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edfed
simple_hard_question:
;esi=win98 & globally all OSes
;edi=soundblaster audigy & xfi series
mov driver(drv,inf,etc), how_to_do_it?
ret

thanks for positive reply!
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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http://www.alsa-project.org/main/index.php/Matrix:Vendor-Creative_Labs

But seems that you have to wait or contribute by reversing Windows drivers because as stated there, there are no publicly available specs. Well, for many versions of Audigy you can start looking at driver sources, but of the xfi ones you are just out of luck.
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MoXter



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And what about examples? I want to write a KMD but i dont know how:(
I have examples only for win64...
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edfed: try kX project here [http://kxproject.lugosoft.com/index.php?skip=1]
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