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We are announcing the transfer of custodianship of the Raspberry Pi BSP for Windows 10 IoT Core to the Raspberry Pi Foundation. By moving this repository to community administration, we hope to foster the continued interest and innovation in Raspberry Pi with Windows.

The new home for Raspberry Pi BSP for Windows 10 IoT Core will be at

Raspberry Pi Board Support Package for Windows 10 IoT Core

Welcome to the Raspberry Pi Board Support Package (BSP) for Windows 10 IoT Core

This repository contains BSP components for the Raspberry Pi 2, 3, and Compute Module. This BSP repository is under community support; it is functional with the Fall 2018 release of Windows 10 IoT Core but is not actively maintained by Microsoft. BSP elements included in this repository may contain features that are not available with Windows 10 IoT Core releases.

For more information about Windows 10 IoT Core, see online documentation here

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact with any additional questions or comments.

Firmware binaries

Sample binaries of the firmware is included in RPi.BootFirmware to enable quick prototyping. The sources for these binaries are listed below.

  1. Firmware binaries : RaspberryPi/Firmware
  2. UEFI Sources : RPi/UEFI

UEFI Customisations

SMBIOS requirements of Windows 10 IoT Core OEM Licensing requires a custom version of kernel.img file with the proper SMBIOS values.

See PlatformSmbiosDxe.c to update the SMBIOS data. Steps to build the kernel.img is provided in the RPi/UEFI Github.

Build the drivers

  1. Clone
  2. Open Visual Studio with Administrator privileges
  3. In Visual Studio: File -> Open -> Project/Solution -> Select rpi-iotcore\build\bcm2836\buildbcm2836.sln
  4. Set your build configuration (Release or Debug)
  5. Build -> Build Solution

The resulting driver binaries will be located in the rpi-iotcore\build\bcm2836\ARM folder.

Export the bsp

We provide a binexport.ps1 script to scrape the BSP components together into a zip file for easy use with the IoT ADK AddonKit.

  1. Open Powershell
  2. Navigate to rpi-iotcore\tools
  3. Run binexport.ps1 with the appropriate arguments.
    .\binexport.ps1 C:\Release
    .\binexport.ps1 C:\Release -IsDebug # for debug binaries
  4. The script will generate a zip file that can be imported into the IoT-ADK-Addonkit shell using Import-IoTBSP.
    Import-IoTBSP RPi C:\Temp\


Windows 10 IoT Core Board Support Package for Raspberry Pi




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