[Setup] DefDir=C:\ONFLASH Company=OnSpec Product=Firmware Flashing Utility Caption=Firmware Flashing Utility Group=Firmware Flashing Utility [Firmware] ; This is where you would list the vendor specific firmware files. ; For DataFab, you can make use of the unused entries to list files ; You MUST modify QTOOLS.INI to change the Driver Name (ImUSB, OnUSB, DfUSB) ; also... FILE1=CBON0009.BIN FILE2=ZERO.BIN FILE3= FILE4= FILE5= [Firmware Options] SaveCurrentFile=No [Board Test] ; Depending on the customer the RHS file names might change so the WISE ; Installer will pick up the changed name and copy them back as TEST.OBJ ; and TEST.FIX respectively... TEST.OBJ=TEST.OBJ TEST.FIX=TEST.FIX ENABLE.OBJ=ENABLEDF.OBJ ENABLE.FIX=ENABLEDF.FIX [GUI] ; Right now the number of buttons supported is 2,3 & 4. Product=USB TEXT=This utility configures the USB bridge to IDE / ATAPI interface. NoOfButtons=2 Test=0 TestEnable=1 [Button1Details] ; For File names please always use comma (,) at the end of each file name NAME=Flash OnSpecCable TEXT=Select this button to configure the USB bridge to IDE/CD-RW/LS-120 drives. FILES=CBON0009.BIN, [Button2Details] [Button3Details] [DMediaDetails] [TestDetails] ; For File names please always use comma (,) at the end of each file name NAME=Test Blank Board TEXT=Click this button to test a blank board. For production only. QUESTION=Do you wish to test the USB-IDE Interface board before flashing the EEPROM? Click on Yes ONLY if your EEPROM is blank and if you have a working Test Board... CONNECT=Connect the Test Board to the USB-IDE Interface board. Ensure that Pin 1 of the Test Board is connected to Pin 1 of the IDE interface. Press OK when you are ready... FINISH=Board test completed. If the Test Board LED blinks, the USB-IDE Interface board failed the test. If the LED is lit steady, it passed. [VendorSpecific] ; Please specify the custom Vendor ID as VID_XXXX followed by a comma (,) ; VID is in Hex number. Once you mentioned the Vid you have to create a ; section with same name like VID_XXXX_Bulk (or) VID_XXXX_NonBulk and enter ; the product ID which you want to support it. ; ; Example for Bulk only, if Vendor Id is 0x8080 and Product ID is 0x1234 ; then enter VID_8080, at the end of line in the key name BULK_VID. Comma ; is more important. Now create a section like below ; ; [VID_8080_Bulk] ; ProductId = PID_1234 ; ; Example for NonBulk , if Vendor Id is 0x9090 and Product ID is 0x1010 ; then enter VID_9090, at the end of line in the key name NONBULK_VID. ; Comma is more important. Now create a section like below ; ; [VID_9090_NonBulk] ; ProductId1 = PID_1010 ; ProductId2 = PID_XXXX ; ProductId3 = PID_XXXX ; .. ; .. BULK_VID = NONBULK_VID =Download Driver Pack
After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.
Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).
If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.
Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.
Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.
Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.
For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.