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Posted 11 Mar 2009

Simple WDM LoopBack Driver

, 11 Mar 2009
This article is for developers who are writing Windows kernel device drivers for the first time and want to experiment with a simple example with source code.



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About the Author

Software Developer (Senior) 3k Techonologies
United States United States
Suresh Potluri has worked in Windows device drivers, Solid experience in NDIS Layer, developed many NDIS Miniport drivers. Extensive experience in developing NDIS miniport drivers, building WHQL/DTM setup, clearing all WHQL/DTM tests, and subsequently getting device signature/logo process for the developed drivers. He also was also solely responsible for debugging traps and blue screens for a number of years.
he also worked on many PCI based boards, developed Board support packages, Vx-Works firmware for Power PC, firmware for ARM based boards for Wireless LAN devices.

he is interested in Embedded, NDIS, MPEG.

Previously worked in Tandberg TV, Sunnyvale, Chlesio Communications, Sunnyvale, Hellosoft, Hyderabad.

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