The device is assumed not to be a serial port and will be deleted" it seems to have an event code #36 associated with it (1) happens mostly when g/f son is playing SOME cd games ...does happen spuriously at other times (2) used to \dev\serial# from unix ...
A driver writer knows that the I/O Manager creates a Driver Object any time a driver is loaded by the Pn P Manager or Service Control Manager.
We will refer to this name as the "native" device name, because it is only directly accessible (easily) from "native" Windows entities, but not from user-mode applications.
Alternatively, a driver may create a Device Interface.
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