automatic unloading driver

Hi…there…and experts in the world.

Anybody who have succeeded unload driver by aoutomatic…?
I wanna unload my driver by the application issue.

I invented WDM architecture driver based on windows2k.
It goes well and faithful.

Final mission is unload it by application call instead of control pannel
method.
I added own IOCTL code and dedicated dispatch routine at
both(driver-application) sides.
I can’t manipulate IRP arbitrary.

How can I remove or unload my driver by application side …?

Help…Help…me…please

Read ControlService API. You should be able to unload the driver by issuing
SERVICE_CONTROL_STOP to your driver service.
-----Original Message-----
From: yungun.jeong [mailto:xxxxx@empal.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2003 11:26 AM
To: Windows System Software Devs Interest List
Subject: [ntdev] automatic unloading driver

Hi…there…and experts in the world.

Anybody who have succeeded unload driver by aoutomatic…?
I wanna unload my driver by the application issue.

I invented WDM architecture driver based on windows2k.
It goes well and faithful.

Final mission is unload it by application call instead of control pannel
method.
I added own IOCTL code and dedicated dispatch routine at
both(driver-application) sides.
I can’t manipulate IRP arbitrary.

How can I remove or unload my driver by application side …?

Help…Help…me…please


Questions? First check the Kernel Driver FAQ at
http://www.osronline.com/article.cfm?id=256

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Yungun,

you wrote on Tuesday, September 30, 2003, 07:55:36:

yj> Anybody who have succeeded unload driver by aoutomatic…?
yj> I wanna unload my driver by the application issue.

yj> I invented WDM architecture driver based on windows2k.

Take a look at the disable function in the DevCon sample in the DDK.

Ralf.