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This article introduces an update that installs User-Mode Driver Framework (UMDF) version 1.9 on Windows operating systems.UMDF supports user-mode drivers that are written specifically to use it. UMDF driver packages that are built by using Windows Driver Kit for Windows 7 can automatically redistribute and install version 1.9 of the files. During driver package installation, the package checks the computer to determine what version of UMDF is currently installed, and then the package updates the files to 1.9 if they are an older version.For more information about UMDF, visit the following Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) website:




Download User Mode Driver Framework 1.9



Other WDF debugger extensions have been updated to work with UMDF 2.0 drivers. For a full list of extension commands, including information about which ones apply to which framework, see Debugger Extensions for WDF Drivers.


971286 WinUSB version 1.9 update for Windows XP, for Windows Vista, and for Windows Server 2008User-Mode Driver Framework (UMDF) supports user-mode drivers that are written specifically to use it. UMDF driver packages that are built by using Windows Driver Kit for Windows 8 can automatically redistribute and install version 1.11 of the files. During driver package installation, the package checks the computer to determine what version of UMDF is currently installed, and then the package updates the files to 1.11 if they are an older version.For more information about UMDF, go to the following Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) website:


General information about UMDF version information Kernel-Mode Driver Framework (KMDF) supports kernel-mode drivers that are written specifically to use it. KMDF driver packages that are built by using Windows Driver Kit for Windows 8 can automatically redistribute and install version 1.11 of the files. During driver package installation, the package checks the computer to determine what version of KMDF is currently installed, and then the package updates the files to 1.11 if they are an older version.For more information about KMDF, go to the following MSDN website:


General information about KMDF library versions Windows USB (WinUSB) is a generic driver for USB devices that was developed at the same time as Windows Driver Foundation (WDF) for Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2). The WinUSB architecture consists of a kernel-mode driver (Winusb.sys) and a user-mode dynamic link library (Winusb.dll). Note WinUSB driver packages that are built by using Windows Driver Kit for Windows 7 can automatically redistribute and install version 1.9 of the files. During driver package installation, the package checks the computer to determine what version of WinUSB is currently installed, and then the package updates the files to 1.9 if they are an older version.For more information about WinUSB and the versions that are included with various versions of Windows, go to the following MSDN website:


Standard device drivers can be difficult to write because they must handle a very wide range of system and device states, particularly in a multithreaded software environment. Badly written device drivers can cause severe damage to a system (e.g., BSoD or data corruption) since all standard drivers have high privileges when accessing the kernel directly. The User-Mode Driver Framework insulates the kernel from the problems of direct driver access, instead providing a new class of driver with a dedicated application programming interface at the user level of interrupts and memory management. If an error occurs, the new framework allows for an immediate driver restart without impacting the system. This is particularly useful for devices that are intermittently connected to the system or support hot swapping via a bus technology such as USB or FireWire.


The driver object is an instance of the framework-provided IWDFDriver interface. The driver provides a set of callbacks via the IDriverEntry COM interface, which is the main entry point for driver customization.


User Mode Driver Framework is a library for Windows that allows you to develop user-mode drivers which support the WDM. Thanks to a common driver functionality, you can write to the driver with significantly less code.


A driver based on the User Mode Driver Framework interacts with various system components. For example, when the driver host process loads UMDF drivers and frameworks DLLS or provides an execution environment for them. It is also responsible for routing messages between drivers in a user-mode stack.


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