Search found 3 matches
Search found 3 matches • Page 1 of 1
- Thu Mar 10, 2016 10:24 am
- Forum: InpOut32 (x64)
- Topic: Question about how this was made
- Replies: 1
- Views: 8903
How did you make a device driver that is not tied to any specific device? It allows you to send commands to any port by number (allowing access to any and all devices that can be referenced by port number). Don't Windows drivers normally require being associated with a specific hardware device, such...
Sorry, but I didn't write InpOuyt32, I only ported it to x64 Windows. So I wont be making another version. Mainly because I cant sign the drivers so its pointless anyway. On XP you could do this yourself (the drivers dont need signing) and your welcome to do that, but dont expect anything new from ...
The Inp32 and Out32 functions are equivalent to the IN and OUT opcodes in x86 assembly. It's great that you have made these available with your special driver, as I have found in Windows XP that these op codes don't work (I think because XP blocks these to prevent possible system damage, because the...