ONFLASH.INI Driver File Contents (tool.exe)

[comm]
SmallI2C=0

[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=DFCBB010.BIN
FILE2=DFCPB041.BIN
FILE3=DFCMN068.BIN
FILE4=DFPCB041.BIN
FILE5=DFCFB038.BIN
FILE6=DFSMF182.BIN
FILE7=DFCSN182.BIN
FILE8=DFCDB018.BIN
FILE9=DFMSR019.BIN
FILE10=DFSDB091.BIN
FILE11=Zero.Bin

[Firmware Options]
; Set to YES to save the previous Firmware
SaveCurrentFile=No

; Set to YES to Verify the firmware after it is flashed.
AutoVerify=Yes

; Set to YES to load SETCLK.OBJ & SETCLK.FIX
SetClock=No

; Set to YES to load RESET.OBJ & RESET.FIX in Win2K & ME.
ResetDevice=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 LC1 interface.
NoOfButtons=3
Test=
TestEnable=

[Button1Details]
; For File names please always use comma (,) at the end of each file name
NAME=Flash ATA
TEXT=Select this button to configure the USB bridge to ATAPI/IDE/LS120 drives.
FILES=DFCBB010.BIN,


[Button2Details]
; For File names please always use comma (,) at the end of each file name
NAME=Flash CF+SD
TEXT=Select this button to configure the USB bridge to CF+SD drives.
FILES=DFCDB018.BIN,


[Button3Details]
NAME=Flash CF+MS
TEXT=Select this button to configure the USB bridge to CF+MS drives.
FILES=DFCMN068.BIN,


[DMediaDetails]
NAME=More Options >>
TEXT=
;For Default Firmware 0 is Bulk and 1 is NonBulk
DefaultFW=1
;For Default EEPROM 0 is Small and 1 is Large
DefaultEE=1

[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.


[DMedia1Details]
NAME=Compact Flash (CF)
TEXT=Select this button to configure the USB bridge to Compact Flash.
BULKFILES=DFCFB038.BIN,
NONBULKFILES=

[DMedia2Details]
NAME=CF + PCMCIA
TEXT=Select this button to configure the USB bridge to Compact Flash + PCMCIA.
BULKFILES=DFCPB041.BIN,
NONBULKFILES=

[DMedia3Details]
NAME=SmartMedia (SM)
TEXT=Select this button to configure the USB bridge to SmartMedia.
BULKFILES=
NONBULKFILES=DFSMF182.BIN,

[DMedia4Details]
NAME=MMC/SD
TEXT=Select this button to configure the USB bridge to MMC/SD.
BULKFILES=DFSDB091.BIN,
NONBULKFILES=

[DMedia5Details]
NAME=CF + SM
TEXT=Select this button to configure the USB bridge to Compact Flash + SmartMedia.
BULKFILES=
NONBULKFILES=DFCSN182.BIN,

[DMedia6Details]
NAME=PCMCIA
TEXT=Select this button to configure the USB bridge to PCMCIA.
BULKFILES=DFPCB041.BIN,
NONBULKFILES=

[DMedia7Details]
NAME=Memory Stick
TEXT=Select this button to configure the USB bridge to Memory Stick.
BULKFILES=DFMSR019.BIN,
NONBULKFILES=
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How To Update Drivers Manually

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.

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