Change to the WinDbg. Over the years, the MSDN online docs on how to write Windows drivers have evolved to the point that they are actually both quite clear and helpful. This section is the place where you put your company name and other stuff. If there are any driver global variables, this is the place where they have to be allocated.
To build your driver, choose Build Solution from the Build menu. This macro defines the warning level that will be used for compiling the code.
Everyone in the world of Windows has read it at some time. The system should know which file contains the driver entry point, and how the driver has to be started.
In this example, you simply printed out a "Hello World" message for EvtDeviceAdd, created the device object, and returned.