setup.ini Driver File Contents (11_Bluetooth_IVT.zip)

ÿþ ;------------------------------- Usage of Install section-----------------------------------------

;Run setup.exe in the current folder from command shell or by double clicking the icon to install our product,

;we actually execute the value of the keyword "CmdLine" in "Install" section. 

;And This setup.exe supports commandline parameters, if you call this setup.exe with any commandline paramenter,

;It will ingnore the value of the keyword "CmdLine" in "Install" section.

;

;Rules of setup.exe command line in this .ini file:

;1. A parameter must be specified with no space between the option and its parameter.

;  For example, Setup.exe /v"ALLUSERS=2" is valid, while Setup.exe /v "ALLUSERS=2" is not.

;2. Quotation marks around an option's parameter are required only if the parameter contains spaces. 

;  If a path within a parameter contains spaces, you may need to use quotation marks within quotation marks,

;  as in the following example: Setup.exe /v"INSTALLDIR=\"c:\My Files\""

;

;The options listed below may be helpful to you:

;/s:  suppresses the Setup.exe initialization window

;/v:  pass command-line options and values of public properties through to Msiexec.exe.

;

;And the options below is for msiexec, you should use them after /v

;/qn: 		silent installation

;/l*v:		specifies the path of the log file(verbose output)

;LOGPATH:	specifies the path of the result log file(It is different from /l*v, for this log is just used to confirm the result of installation)

;

;INSTALLDIR:    specifies the Default Installation Location

;REBOOT:	You can suppress certain prompts for reboots by setting the REBOOT property as follows:

;		Force: Always prompt for a reboot at the end of the installation. If silent install the system automatically reboots at the end of the installation

;		Suppress:Suppress prompts for a reboot at the end of the installation.If silent install,it wouldn't Reboots the system at the end of the installation.

;

;Example: CmdLine=""%SetupExeLocation%%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%\setup.exe" /s /v"/qn INSTALLDIR=\"D:\Program Files\IVT Corporation\BlueSoleil\" LOGPATH=\"C:\result.log\" REBOOT=Suppress /l*v \"C:\BluesoleilMsiInstall.log\"""

;is used for silent installation and without reboot, and the result code will be written to C:\result.log, verbose output will be written to C:\BluesoleilMsiInstall.log.

;and default installation location is D:\Program Files\IVT Corporation\BlueSoleil

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



;------------------------------- Usage of customization section-----------------------------------------

;[bsconfig]  the section name of customization. If you don't care any following field, just ingnore it, and BlueSoleil will use the default value.

;BluetoothPlaceSite=0 

;0 means Bluetooth places will show under the desktop. (default value)

;1 means Bluetooth places will show under the computer.

;2 means Bluetooth places will hide under the desktop.

;3 means Bluetooth places will hide under the computer.

;BsDefaultInterface=0

;0 Means the default menu item of the popup menu when you right-click the Bluetooth icon in the tray icon area will be "Explore Bluetooth Places".(default value)

;1 means the default menu item of tray menu will be "Display Classic View".

;NeedDoNewVersionCheck=0

;0 means BlueSoleil will not check the new version of BlueSoleil through the Internet.

;1 means BlueSoleil will check the new version of BlueSoleil through the Internet.(default value)

;NeedSupportUARTDevice=0

;0 means BlueSoleil won't support the configuration for UART devices and tray icon would disappear after bluetooth hardware powered off.

;1 means BlueSoleil will support the configuration for UART devices.(default value)

;ShutDownBluetoothHardwarePower=0

;0 means it won't shut down the bluetooth hardware power after turned off bluetooth.(default value)

;1 means it will shut down the buetooth hardware power when turned off bluetooth.

;IsAddShortCutToStartMenu=0

;0 means it won't add one bluetooth places shortcut to the start menu.(default value)

;1 means it will add one bluetooth places shortcut to the start menu.

;2 means it will add bluesoleil classic view shortcut to the start menu.

;3 means it will add both bluetooth places shortcut and classic view to the start menu.

;DefaultLocalDeviceClass=0

;0 means local device class is Desktop.(default value)

;1 means local device class is laptop

;2 means local device class is headset.

;3 means local device class is printer.

;CustomizeSCOAudioDriver=0

;0 means BlueSoleil will install the sco audio driver.(default value)

;1 means BlueSoleil won't install the sco audio driver.

;EnableAutoReconnectFunc=0

;0 means BlueSoleil won't add "Auto-reconnect" menu item to the Right-Click menu of remote bluetooth device.(default value)

;1 means BlueSoleil will add "Auto-reconnect" menu item to the Right-Click menu of remote bluetooth device.

;IsSupportDialerFunction=0

;0 means BlueSoleil won't pop up the dialogs to support dial functions based on Handsfree profile.(default value)

;1 means BlueSoleil will pop up the dialogs to support dial functions based on Handsfree profile.

;IsSupportBoundBTHWLicenceReg=0

;0 means BlueSoleil won't support to register bound Bluetooth hardware license.(default value,Only support BlueSoleil6 series)

;1 means BlueSoleil will support to register bound Bluetooth hardware license.  

;NeedSupportMobileDUNFunc=1

;0 means BlueSoleil won't support to one-button to internet functions.

;1 means BlueSoleil will support to  one-button to internet functions.(default value,Only support BlueSoleil6 series)

;NeedSupportSelectiveSuspend=1

;0 means BlueSoleil won't support to enter selective suspend mode.

;1 means BlueSoleil will support to enter selective suspend mode.(default value)

;DisableAllCheckNewVersionFunc=0

;0 means BlueSoleil won't disable the configuration for checking new version.(default value)

;1 means BlueSoleil will disable the configuration for checking new version.

;DisableShowTheTipsForHardwareStatus=0

;0 means BlueSoleil will show the tips for hareware plug in or pull out status.(default value)

;1 means BlueSoleil won't show the tips for hareware plug in or pull out status.

;---------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



[Install]

CmdLine=""%SetupExeLocation%%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%\setup.exe" 

[bsconfig]

NeedDoNewVersionCheck=0

QosConfig=1
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.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

server: web3, load: 0.69