sbigusbi.inf Driver File Contents (SBIGDrivers.zip)

[Version]
Signature="$CHICAGO$"
Provider=%S_Provider%
DriverVer=02/08/2002,1.51.0.0

; the following is needed for WHQL certification, choose an appropriate cat file name
;CatalogFile=sbigusbi.cat

Class=USB

;******************************************************************************
; Manufacturer section
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Manufacturer]
%S_Mfg%=_Devices


;******************************************************************************
; Device section
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[_Devices]
%S_DeviceDesc%=_Install1, USB\VID_0D97&PID_0101
%S_DeviceDesc%=_Install1, USB\VID_0D97&PID_0201

;******************************************************************************
; Install section ( Device1 )
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; driver-specific, Win98
[_Install1]
CopyFiles=_CopyFiles_sys
AddReg=_AddReg_SW1, _AddReg_98, _Parameters1_98

; device-specific, Win98
[_Install1.HW]
AddReg=_AddReg_HW1

; driver-specific, Win2000
[_Install1.NTx86]
CopyFiles=_CopyFiles_sys
AddReg=_AddReg_SW1, _Parameters1_NT

; service-install, Win2000
[_Install1.NTx86.Services]
AddService = %S_DriverName%, 0x00000002, _NT_AddService, _NT_EventLog

; device-specific, Win2000
[_Install1.NTx86.HW]
AddReg=_AddReg_HW1

;******************************************************************************
; NT Service sections (Win2000/XP only)
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[_NT_AddService]
DisplayName    = %S_ServiceDisplayName%
ServiceType    = 1                  ; SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER
StartType      = 3                  ; SERVICE_DEMAND_START
ErrorControl   = 1                  ; SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL
ServiceBinary  = %10%\System32\Drivers\%S_DriverName%.sys

[_NT_EventLog]
AddReg=_NT_EventLog_AddReg

[_NT_EventLog_AddReg]
HKR,,EventMessageFile,0x00020000,"%%SystemRoot%%\System32\IoLogMsg.dll;%%SystemRoot%%\System32\drivers\%S_DriverName%.sys"
HKR,,TypesSupported,  0x00010001,7



;******************************************************************************
; Registry sections ( Device1 )
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[_AddReg_98]
; required standard entries
HKR,,NTMPDriver,,%S_DriverName%.sys
HKR,,DevLoader,,*ntkern

[_AddReg_SW1]
; create registry key used to store configuration parameters
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%",,,
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",,,

[_AddReg_HW1]
; Create a link to the configuration key. This is absolute required!
HKR,,USBIO_ConfigurationPath,,\Registry\Machine\%S_ConfigPath%\%S_DeviceConfigPath1%

;
; ### modify here ###
; Enable the next line to create an additional private user interface for your device.
; This is strongly recommended if you ship the driver together with a product.
; DO NOT USE an existing GUID. Generate a new one instead !
; Use guidgen.exe to generate a new GUID, copy-paste it into the following line.
;HKR,,USBIO_UserInterfaceGuid,,"{????????-????-????-????-????????????}"

; parameters used on Windows 98, Windows ME
[_Parameters1_98]
; Set the default behaviour of the driver for Windows 98 and Windows ME.
; For a description of the parameters, refer to the USBIO Reference Manual.
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",PowerStateOnOpen,0x00010001, 0
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",PowerStateOnClose,0x00010001, 0
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",MinPowerStateUsed,0x00010001, 3
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",MinPowerStateUnused,0x00010001, 3
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",EnableRemoteWakeup,0x00010001, 1
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",AbortPipesOnPowerDown,0x00010001, 1
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",UnconfigureOnClose,0x00010001, 1
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",ResetDeviceOnClose,0x00010001, 0
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",MaxIsoPackets,0x00010001, 64
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",ShortTransferOk,0x00010001, 1
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",RequestTimeout,0x00010001, 1000

; parameters used on Windows 2000 and Windows XP
[_Parameters1_NT]
; Set the default behaviour of the driver for Windows 2000 and Windows XP
; For a description of the parameters, refer to the USBIO Reference Manual.
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",PowerStateOnOpen,0x00010001, 0
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",PowerStateOnClose,0x00010001, 0
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",MinPowerStateUsed,0x00010001, 3
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",MinPowerStateUnused,0x00010001, 3
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",EnableRemoteWakeup,0x00010001, 1
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",AbortPipesOnPowerDown,0x00010001, 1
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",UnconfigureOnClose,0x00010001, 1
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",ResetDeviceOnClose,0x00010001, 0
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",MaxIsoPackets,0x00010001, 64
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",ShortTransferOk,0x00010001, 1
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",RequestTimeout,0x00010001, 1000
HKLM,"%S_ConfigPath%"\"%S_DeviceConfigPath1%",SuppressPnPRemoveDlg,0x00010001, 1


;******************************************************************************
; Registry sections ( Device2 )
; may be repeated to support more than one device
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; ...


;******************************************************************************
; Copy Files section
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[_CopyFiles_sys]
; Specify the correct file name of the driver binary.
sbigusbi.sys


;******************************************************************************
; Options
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[ControlFlags]
; Advanced options can be specified here.
; For details, refer to the Windows 2000 DDK.


;******************************************************************************
; Destination Directories
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir  = 11    ; SYSTEM directory
_CopyFiles_sys = 10,System32\Drivers


;******************************************************************************
; Disk Layout
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;[SourceDisksNames]
;1=%S_DiskName%,,
;
;[SourceDisksFiles]
; Specify the correct file name of the driver binary.
;sbigusbi.sys


;******************************************************************************
; Text Strings
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Strings]

; provider name
S_Provider="SBIG"
; manufacturer name
S_Mfg="SBIG"

; device class display name, shown in Device Manager
S_DeviceClassDisplayName="USB"


; device description
; *** The following line has been generated by USBIO Installation Wizard. ***
S_DeviceDesc="SBIG Alt USB Camera"

; disk name
;S_DiskName="SBIG USBI Driver Disk"


; file name of driver executable 
S_DriverName="sbigusbi"

; service display name 
S_ServiceDisplayName="SBIG Alt USB Driver (sbigusbi.sys)"

;
; configuration registry path (where the registry parameters will be located)
; IMPORTANT: MUST BE under SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services !
; The string should be in the format 
; SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\<DriverName>
;
S_ConfigPath="SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\sbigusbi"

; device-specific configuration registry path
S_DeviceConfigPath1="Parameters"
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