Download and Install KMDF Version 1.11 on Windows Vista, 7, and Server 2008
If you already have drivers for your device, the easiest way to add APFS support is to simply enable kernel-mode drivers and reboot. If you don't have drivers at all, you can follow the third and final option.
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Microsoft User-mode Driver Framework (UMDF) provides a set of system services, management tools and interfaces that the Windows kernel and user-mode applications can use to access and manipulate device drivers. UMDF enables Windows to support USB, media, keyboard, mouse, video and other devices in such a way that a third-party driver does not need to be injected into the kernel in order to run. For more info, please refer to the documentation of the Driver Service in the DevRpt Win2k3 LTruninstallerDocs folder.
The Windows Kernel-Mode Driver Framework (KMD) is a set of framework classes and DLLs that operate at kernel-mode. This provider shows how to port the generic Windows drivers of Windows NT4 to Windows 7 to kernel-mode. Some newer Windows versions (for example Windows 8 and newer) are enabled for kernel-mode drivers by default.
The Windows Driver Foundation is a set of open specifications published by Microsoft to standardize the process of creating, distributing, and verifying driver code. Its primary goal is to provide a framework that facilitates a consistent, repeatable, and reliable process.
Kernel-Mode Driver Framework (KMDF) provides a generic platform to create kernel mode drivers. It enables you to build a kernel mode driver using.NET Framework, component services, or other means. The large installed base of.NET drivers and applications have a single interface for calling driver services. Thus with KMDF you can develop kernel mode drivers using any of the other technologies instead of C/C++.