idmi.inf Driver File Contents (sp12778.exe)

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;
; idmi.inf: Setup Information for Mapper based SNMP Install.
; Componenets Installed:
;      1) DMI Instrumentation layer.
;      2) DMI2SNMP Mapper.
;
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[version]
signature="$CHICAGO$"

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;
;  Install sections, these are the options
;  for building the installation file lists
;
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[ProductInstall.NT]
CopyFiles=ProductNT.copy.files
AddReg=ProductNT.Add.Reg

[ProductInstall.9x]
CopyFiles=Product9x.copy.files
AddReg=Product9x.Add.Reg

[Option2Section]
CopyFiles=Product.copy.files2

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; Uninstall

[MyProgramUninstall.NT]
; be sure to remove everything
DelFiles=ProductNT.del.files
DelFiles=Product.copy.files2
DelReg=ProductNT.Del.Reg
UpdateInis=del.links, del.links.old

[MyProgramUninstall.9x]
; be sure to remove everything
DelFiles=Product9x.del.files
DelFiles=Product.copy.files2
DelReg=Product9x.Del.Reg
UpdateInis=del.links, del.links.old


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;
;  Service sections, used for installing the Intel Instrumentation
;  service on NT.
;
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[ProductInstall.Services]
AddService=ni_nic,,Instr-install-section
;DelService=ni_nic

[Product.Del.Services]
DelService=ni_nic

[Instr-install-section]
DisplayName = Intel Client Instrumentation for DMI and SNMP
ServiceType = 0x10
StartType = 0x2
ErrorControl = 0x1
ServiceBinary = %11%\ni_nic.exe
Dependencies = win32sl
StartName = ni_nic

 
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;
;  Registry sections, used for creating Intel specific 
;  registry entries.
;
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[ProductNT.Add.Reg]
;
; Product Registry entries here
; DMI registry entries and SNMP Mapper registry entries.
;;

HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters,"InstrumentationPath",0,"%11%\ni_nic.dll"
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters,"EventPollFrequency",0x10001,"8"
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters\0,"MIFId",0x10001,"0x1"
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters\0,"MIFPath",0,"%11%\ni_nic.mif"
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI2SNMP,"Pathname",0x00020000,"%11%\dmi2snmp.dll"
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI2SNMP\Pathname,"Mapper",0,"%11%\dmi2snmp.dll"

HKLM,SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\InfSnmp,"DisplayName",0,"Intel Client Instrumentation for DMI and SNMP"
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\InfSnmp,"UninstallString",0,"%11%\snmpinst.exe Uninstall"

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;
; registry delete works by pruning the tree,
; so if you have interdependent values, put thems in subkeys and
; not in values of the main key since when you prune all the values are lost
;

[ProductNT.Del.Reg]
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters\0,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters\0,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters\0,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters,"InstrumentationPath",,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters,"EventPollFrequency",,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI2SNMP\Pathname,"Mapper",,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI2SNMP\Pathname,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI2SNMP,"Pathname",,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI2SNMP,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\SnmpExt,,,



;
; for add/remove programs applet
;

HKLM,SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\InfSnmp,"DisplayName",,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\InfSnmp,"UninstallString",,
HKLM,SoftWare\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\InfSnmp,,,




[Product9x.Add.Reg]
;
; Product Registry entries here
; DMI registry entries.
;;

HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters,"InstrumentationPath",0,"%11%\ni_nic.dll"
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters,"EventPollFrequency",0x10001,"30"
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters\0,"MIFId",0x10001,"0x1"
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters\0,"MIFPath",0,"%11%\ni_nic.mif"

HKLM,SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServices,"ni_nic",0,"%11%\ni_nic9x.exe"

HKLM,SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\InfDMI,"DisplayName",0,"Intel Client Instrumentation for DMI"
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\InfDMI,"UninstallString",0,"%11%\snmpinst.exe Uninstall"


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;
; registry delete works by pruning the tree,
; so if you have interdependent values, put thems in subkeys and
; not in values of the main key since when you prune all the values are lost
;
[Product9x.Del.Reg]
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters\0,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters\0,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters\0,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters,"InstrumentationPath",,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters,"EventPollFrequency",,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0\NetworkAdapters,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation\2.0,,,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Intel\DMI Instrumentation,,,

HKLM,SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServices,"ni_nic",,

;
; for add/remove programs applet
;

HKLM,SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\InfDMI,"DisplayName",,
HKLM,SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\InfDMI,"UninstallString",,
HKLM,SoftWare\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\InfDMI,,,


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;
; Disk lay out information, used by the CopyFiles lists
;
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;
; This is the source disk identifiers the number at the
; beginning maps to the SourceDisksFiles first parameter

[SourceDisksNames]
1="The Product Source Disk Name, 1.0","",1
2="The Product Optional Component Disk, 1.0","",1

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;
; SourceDisksFiles -
; this must have ALL file names in any copyfiles section
; so that the default copyfile error callback dialog (browse,skip)
; can use the SourceDisksNames strings above to help find the file
; -- this infomation can also be put in a layout.inf
;
; filename_on_source = diskid,subdir,size,checksum,spare,spare
; 

[SourceDisksFiles]
dmi2snmp.dll = 1,,,,,
ni_nic.dll = 1,,,,,
ni_nic.exe = 1,,,,,
ni_nic9x.exe = 1,,,,,
ni_nic.mif = 1,,,,,
Dmiprw95.vxd,,,,,
setup.dll,,,,,
ni_nic.dat,,,,,

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;
; Targetdirectories predefined for [DestinationDirs] section
;   parameter number one  
;     00 = null, use only the second parameter for a path
;     11 = windows system directory
;     ...
;

[DestinationDirs]
;
; a default if a particular copyfiles section
;
; DefaultDestDir=LDID[,subdir]  ; not used in this sample

DefaultDestDir=11         ; System directory
ProductNT.del.files=11    ; 01 is the source directory
Product9x.del.files=11 


;
; Run time defined strings, these are set with 
; SetupSetDirectoryId once this inf is openned
;

ProductNT.copy.files=65600  ; 65600 is a random choice for a dirid
Product9x.copy.files=65600  ; note this must be set by a calling

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;
; These are the CopyFiles lists, here is where the files
; for each component are defined
; Note the last param (parm 4) is the CopyFlag for that
; File, for example 8 means copy on  restart--see the doc for more
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
[ProductNT.copy.files]
dmi2snmp.dll
idmi.inf
snmpinst.exe
ni_nic.dll
ni_nic.mif
ni_nic.exe
ni_nic.dat


[ProductNT.del.files]
;note: the ",,,1" is a flag that will force a reboot and rename if the file is
;      in use when we try to delete it during uninstall
dmi2snmp.dll,,,1
idmi.inf
ni_nic.dll,,,1
ni_nic.mif
ni_nic.exe,,,1
ni_nic.dat


[Product.copy.files2]
snmpinst.exe,,,1

[Product9x.copy.files]
idmi.inf
snmpinst.exe
ni_nic.dll
ni_nic.mif
ni_nic9x.exe
Dmiprw95.vxd
setup.dll
ni_nic.dat

[Product9x.del.files]
;note: the ",,,1" is a flag that will force a reboot and rename if the file is
;      in use when we try to delete it during uninstall
idmi.inf
ni_nic.dll,,,1
ni_nic.mif
ni_nic9x.exe,,,1
Dmiprw95.vxd,,,1
setup.dll,,,1
ni_nic.dat

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;
; Strings replace variable in percents above
;
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[Strings]
PRODUCT_DESC    = "INFSNMP Extension"
PRODUCT_MIBGEN  = "Mibgen"
DT_MESSAGES     = "INFSNMP Extension"
DT_DESKTOP      = "Desktop"
DESC_OLD        = "Old Product"    ; removes old links
README_DESC     = "Read Me"




Download Driver Pack

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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