Porting from 32 bit Windows server 2008 to 64 bitWindows Server 2008


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Michael Richard

Hi,

I need a help from you. I'm writing device driver for 64 bit Windows Server 2008. I have code for 32 bit Windows Server 2008, its working fine on 32 bit.

I need a help to port from 32 bit to 64 bit.

Please help me out.

Thanks a lot.
 
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Carl Daniel [VC++ MVP]

Michael said:
Hi,

I need a help from you. I'm writing device driver for 64 bit Windows
Server 2008. I have code for 32 bit Windows Server 2008, its working
fine on 32 bit.

I need a help to port from 32 bit to 64 bit.

Please help me out.

Post on microsoft.public.win32.programmer.kernel. Good luck.

-cd
 
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Ben Voigt [C++ MVP]

Carl said:
Post on microsoft.public.win32.programmer.kernel. Good luck.

Better: microsoft.public.development.device.drivers

But with such a vague problem description, all you will get is instructions
on how to change the DDK build environment from 32 to 64-bit. If you're
lucky and people aren't completely insulted by your needy self-obsessed
tone.

Personally, I wouldn't want to use any driver you are writing, a decision
based on the level of competence you demonstrate by your post.

Note: This is addressed to the OP, not Carl. I am only replying to Carl's
post in order to respond to his newsgroup recommendation.
 
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Sheng Jiang[MVP]

search for " writing portable code" and you will find some articles on
portablity.

--
Sheng Jiang
Microsoft MVP in VC++
Hi,

I need a help from you. I'm writing device driver for 64 bit Windows
Server 2008. I have code for 32 bit Windows Server 2008, its working fine on
32 bit.
 

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