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Windows Driver Development Services

The highest quality device drivers for all Microsoft Operating Systems.
What we do
What’s included

What we do

Integra Sources architects design and implements high-quality device drivers for Windows 10 and older versions. We also handle migration from Windows to Android, Linux, macOS, and other embedded operating systems. We write functional, filter, and software drivers. Our engineers build drivers that function properly and reliably with your hardware.


What's included?

Our Windows driver development services include kernel and user-mode driver development for web cameras, USB devices, mouses, keyboards, and other hardware. We write virtual device drivers and peripheral drivers, as well as implement Windows system services.

Peripheral drivers development

For integrating peripheral devices with Windows OS we build device drivers using C and Windows Development Kit (WDK) compiler for kernel mode drivers and C++ for user-mode drivers.

Virtual device driver development

Virtual device drivers emulate a hardware device. These drivers run as part of the Windows virtual machine manager (VMM). Some examples of the virtual device drivers we build are virtual network adapters, virtual DVD/CD drivers, virtual disk devices, etc.

Windows service development

We develop Windows services for functions that are necessary to run in the background. For example, this can be an application for monitoring performance data. System services usually start when the machine is booted.


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How we work

Check out the table below to learn more about how we work and where your involvement is most needed depending on the type of collaboration model.

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DRIVER CERTIFICATION

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Frequently Asked Questions

Read this information to better understand the process of Windows driver development.

What technologies do you use to develop drivers for Windows?

  • WDK/DDK – a proper Driver Development SDK provided by Microsoft
  • KMDF – Kernel Mode Driver Framework that allows the development of kernel-mode drivers. UMDF – User Mode Driver Framework that allows the creation of a driver in user mode. These drivers have limitations compared to KMDF/WDM drivers and in most case, you would need to build a Kernel counterpart as well.
  • Visual Studio – integrated development environment (IDE)
  • VisualDDK – a plugin for Visual Studio which provides the ability to develop and debug drivers directly from Visual Studio.

Can I write part of my driver to run in user mode and part in kernel mode?

Yes, you can. If you split a driver into two parts, one part will be able to access some kernel-mode resources or features, and the other part will run in user mode and receive I/O requests from the kernel-mode driver.

What is meant by driver certification?

Windows devices use digital signatures upon installation. This is done to verify the integrity of driver packages and the identity of the software publisher. Also, according to the kernel-mode code signing policy for 64-bit versions of Windows Vista and later versions of Windows, a kernel-mode driver must be signed with Microsoft's certificate or a certificate of a Microsoft partner for the driver to load.

What Windows versions do you write drivers for?

We write drivers for the most common Windows versions including Windows 8, 8.1, and 10. We can also provide driver development for Windows 7 if you need it, but this version is no longer supported by Microsoft.