SETUP.INF Driver File Contents (mako64.exe)

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
;This Setup script is copyright (C) 1993-1996 Willow Pond Corp.
;It is only to be modified by Willow Pond Corporation.
;--------------------------------------------------------------------
[setup]
;The default destination directory on the PC's boot volume.
;  Can be overwritten by the user at the beginning of the install.
defdest=\audio

;Whether to show a message advising the user not to use
;  earphones until an appropriate volume level is set.
;  1=yes, 2=no
disclaim=1

;The background color for the opening (splash) screen, in RGB format.
;  Red=[255 0 0]; Green=[0 255 0]; Blue=[0 0 255]
SplashColor=0 0 255

;Whether the splash screen color is to be solid or in a gradient pattern:
;  1=solid, 0=color gradient
SplashSolid=1

;The bitmap file that appears at top left of splash screen.
;  The file should be in .BMZ format (use the GZIP utility to compress).
;SplashBitmap=xxxxxxxx.bmz

;Whether the splash bitmap is shown on top of the background (SplashOpaque=1)
;  or Exclusive Or'd with the background (SplashOpaque=0).
SplashOpaque=1

;Which Windows Setup program to chain to after this one completes.
;  This can be a third party application installer, e.g.
;  The name of the disk to insert is specified later in the [disks] section.
;chain=3:SETUP.EXE

;Whether to restart the PC, Windows, or neither after Setup completes.
; =1 to restart the PC, =2 to restart Windows.
;{ < 3.95}  restart=2

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
[disks]
;The disk names that Setup uses to prompt the user to insert the next disk.
;  For example, "Please Insert Disk 2".
;  The number at the left is the disk number; the text string at the right
;  is the name of that disk.
1=Audio Disk #1

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
[dirs]
;The directories the Setup program will create.

;Media Rack.
rack

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
[files]
;The files to copy.  The number at the left is the number of the disk
;  on which the file can be found.  The text to the right of the equals
;  sign is displayed by the progress indicator ("Now copying [file name]").
;  The path\filename is both the SOURCE and DESTINATION of the file, except:
;    A ",$W" after the text copies the file into the Windows directory.
;    A ",$S" after the text copies the file into Windows\System directory.

;The Microsoft Audio Compression Manager (ACM) system files
;  used by Wave Shaper and Media Rack's Wave Player component.
;Do not install under Windows 95; install only for Windows 3.1.
{ < 3.95}  1:msacm.dll=,$S
{ < 3.95}  1:msacm.drv=,$S
{ < 3.95}  1:*.acm=,$S

;The Windows MCI CD audio driver, to be copied into the System directory.
;Do not install under Windows 95; install only for Windows 3.1.
{ < 3.95}  1:mcicda.drv=,$S

;The Windows mixer DLL, used by Media Rack and other volume controls.
;Do not install under Windows 95; install only for Windows 3.1.
{ < 3.95}  1:msmixmgr.dll=,$S

;Willow Pond Photo CD drivers, for Media Rack Video Edition
;1:mciphoto.drv=,$S
;1:pcdlib.dll=,$S

;Miscellaneous system files required by Willow Pond applications.
1:ctl3d*.dll=,$S
1:willowpd.hlp=,$W
1:wpctrl.dll=,$S

;Media Rack files
1:rack\cdplyr.exe=Media Rack
1:rack\cdplyr.hlp=Media Rack
1:rack\mediarck.exe=Media Rack
1:rack\mediarck.hlp=Media Rack
1:rack\midiplyr.exe=Media Rack
1:rack\midiplyr.hlp=Media Rack
1:rack\sysmixer.exe=Media Rack
1:rack\sysmixer.hlp=Media Rack
1:rack\mrclock.exe=Media Rack
1:rack\mrclock.hlp=Media Rack
1:rack\waveplyr.exe=Media Rack
1:rack\waveplyr.hlp=Media Rack

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
[ini.upd]
;The .INI file edits to make.
;  The first field holds the .INI file name.
;  The second field holds the section name in the file (e.g., [Paths]).
;  The third field holds the variable name (left side of equals sign).
;  The fourth field holds the variable value (right side of equals sign).

;To enable the mixer application to work
;Do not install under Windows 95; install only for Windows 3.1.
{ < 3.95}  system, boot, drivers, + msmixmgr.dll

;To install Windows MCI audio drivers
;Do not install under Windows 95; install only for Windows 3.1.
;system, mci, PCDDisc, mciphoto.drv
;system, mci, PCDFile, mciphoto.drv
{ < 3.95}  system, mci, CDAudio, mcicda.drv
{ < 3.95}  control, drivers.desc, mcicda.drv, "[MCI] CD Audio"
{ < 3.95}  control, userinstallable.drivers, CDAudio, mcicda.drv

;For Media Rack default settings
;To make Media Rack launch in full size (expanded) mode
mediarck, Media Rack,  FullSize, 1
;To turn off Auto Audition in file open dialog box
midiplyr, MIDI Player, AutoAudition, 0
;To set default MIDI device to MIDI Mapper
midiplyr, MIDI Player, Output, 0
;To make an Edit button appear and point to Presto Arranger
;midiplyr, MIDI Player, Editor, $D\presto\presto.exe
;To add a Volume Controls item to the stand-alone MIDI Player's menu
midiplyr, MIDI Player, MixerFile, $D\rack\sysmixer.exe
;To set the default file open directory
{ < 3.95} midiplyr, MIDI Player, MidiDir, $W
{ > 3.11} midiplyr, MIDI Player, MidiDir, $W\media
;To turn of Auto Audition in file open dialog box
waveplyr, Wave Player, AutoAudition, 0
;To make an Edit button appear and point to Wave Shaper
;waveplyr, Wave Player, Editor, $D\wavshape\wavshape.exe
;To add a Volume Controls item to the stand-alone Wave Player's menu
waveplyr, Wave Player, MixerFile, $D\rack\sysmixer.exe
;To set the default file open directory
{ < 3.95} waveplyr, Wave Player, WaveDir, $W
{ > 3.11} waveplyr, Wave Player, WaveDir, $W\media
;To add a Volume Controls item to the stand-alone CD Player's menu
cdplyr, CD Player, MixerFile, $D\rack\sysmixer.exe
;To have the AutoPlay menu item appear for CD Player under Windows 95
{ > 3.11} cdplyr, CD Player, ModifyRegistry, 1
;To not display the mixer preset buttons, making more room for sliders
sysmixer, System Mixer, ShowPresets, 0

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
[installable.drivers]
;To install ACM (compression) modules. 
{ < 3.95}  msacm=1:msacm.drv, "wavemapper", "Microsoft Audio Compression Manager 2.01", ,
{ < 3.95}  imaadpcm=1:imaadpcm.acm, "msacm.imaadpcm", "Microsoft IMA-ADPCM Host CODEC", ,
{ < 3.95}  msadpcm=1:msadpcm.acm, "msacm.msadpcm", "Microsoft MS-ADPCM Host CODEC", ,

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
;[dos.drivers]

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
;[vxds.to.remove]

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
[keys]
;Windows Registration Database edits to make.
;Usually used to associate file extensions with applications
;  and to enable OLE servers.
;Wave Shaper does its own registration database edits when it is run.
;So does NoteTalker.  So these need not be included here at all.
.mpl=MIDIPlayer
.wpl=WavePlayer
;PrestoArranger=Presto Arranger MIDI
;PrestoArranger\shell\open\command=$D\PRESTO\PRESTO.EXE %1
MIDIPlayer=MIDI Player Playlist
MIDIPlayer\shell\open\command=$D\RACK\MIDIPLYR.EXE %1
WavePlayer=Wave Player Playlist
WavePlayer\shell\open\command=$D\RACK\WAVEPLYR.EXE %1

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
[groups]
;Program Groups to create.

;This Program Group name sometimes is the name of the OEM company or product.
Willow Pond Media Rack=e385a.grp

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
;The icons to include in this Program Group (created in the section above).
;The item to the left of the equals sign is the file name, optionally
;  followed by command line parameters for that program.
;The text to the right of the equals sign is the label under the program icon.

[Willow Pond Media Rack]
mediarck.exe=Media Rack,,,,,$D\rack
willowpd.hlp=Willow Pond Software,,,,,$D

;--------------------------------------------------------------------
[backup.copy]
;Create backup files for these files copied in.
;The ",Q" option means don't display a message telling the user that
;  the file has been replaced.

[backup.modify]
;Create backup files for these files to be edited.
system.ini,Q
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