Video3D32.inf Driver File Contents (

;; Video3D.inf

;; *********  PLEASE READ ***********
;; The wizard cannot create exact INF files for all buses and device types.
;; You may have to make changes to this file in order to get your device to
;; install. In particular, hardware IDs and logical configurations require
;; intervention.
;; The Win2K DDK documentation contains an excellent INF reference.

;--------- Version Section ---------------------------------------------------

Signature="$Windows 95$"

; If device fits one of the standard classes, use the name and GUID here,
; otherwise create your own device class and GUID as this example shows.


;--------- SourceDiskNames and SourceDiskFiles Section -----------------------

; These sections identify source disks and files for installation.  They are
; shown here as an example, but commented out.

;1 = "Install Disk",Disk1,,

;Video3D32.sys = 1,,

;--------- ClassInstall/ClassInstall32 Section -------------------------------

; Not necessary if using a standard class

; 9X Style

; NT Style


;--------- DestinationDirs Section -------------------------------------------

Video3D_Files_Driver = 10,System32\Drivers

;--------- Manufacturer and Models Sections ----------------------------------


%DeviceDesc%=Video3D_DDI, *Video3D

;---------- DDInstall Sections -----------------------------------------------
; --------- Windows 9X -----------------

; Experimentation has shown that DDInstall root names greater than 19 characters
; cause problems in Windows 98


HKR, "Parameters", "BreakOnEntry", 0x00010001, 0

; --------- Windows NT -----------------


Addservice = Video3D, 0x00000002, Video3D_AddService

DisplayName    = %SvcDesc%
ServiceType    = 1                  ; SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER
StartType      = 3                  ; SERVICE_DEMAND_START
ErrorControl   = 1                  ; SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL
ServiceBinary  = %10%\System32\Drivers\Video3D32.sys

HKLM, "System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Video3D\Parameters",\
	"BreakOnEntry", 0x00010001, 0

; --------- Files (common) -------------


;--------- Strings Section ---------------------------------------------------

DeviceDesc="Asus Video3D Device"
DeviceClassName="ASUS Other Devices"
SvcDesc="ASUS Video3D Service"
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