Re: Can a touchscreen driver be written as a user mode driver?





"Jack" wrote:

well since the touchdriver needs access to the HW you need to run it
in the kernel mode.


I thought drivers in CE6 could access hardware (memory and IO reads). But
I'm still coming up to speed, so maybe I'm wrong.

Since the touchscreen driver lives below the GWES, which is in kernel space,
I figure that the touchscreen driver will need to be as well. That's what I'm
trying to verify.

Steve
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