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Thank you! Hooking a driver means locating it by name without going through a device name. Furthermore, this is a new piece of documentation, not a new part of the OS. Forgot your password? If I assigned the specific value to them, the application receive the correct data. Click on the Drivers button and search for "ProcExp" and check it: Before starting to implement hooking, it's necessary to understand how the interaction between devices and drivers is performed. To learn the identity of the macro, follow the export into the version lists. I see no easy way to automate a search and I have not typed the name of every function into the surprisingly primitive search pane of the Document Explorer or Microsoft Help Viewer or whatever. Sign in Email. For Windows XP, it will be like this: Some of these are specialized, such as Win32k the kernel mode component of the Windows subsystem, handling Windowing and GDI , so hooking such drivers has no real effect as their dispatch routines are not really used. Hi guys Any idea why this code works perfectly fine on Windows XP through Windows Vista but does not work at all whatsoever on Windows 7? Only very rarely is a reserved function later documented with any substance. Some other undocumented kernel exports surely are used by drivers and other kernel-mode modules that are written by Microsoft and supplied with Windows but whose replacement by third-party software is at least conceivable.