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  1. Navigate to Configuration Properties > Driver Settings > General, and note that Target Platform defaults to Universal.
  2. You cannot have two drivers with the same NT Device name.
  3. This flag is actually set by the IoCreateDevice function.
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  5. Thanks in advance Back to top #16 raxen Posted 13 January 2014 - 02:17 PM raxen Forum Newbie Members 39 posts Reputation: 12 Developing Drivers with the Windows Driver Foundation Programming
  6. like 7 and 8 ? ) I need to get started quickly and i cant find good resources on this , everything looks crazy and confusing!!

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