Release.txt Driver File Contents (TC40175400A.exe)

/*  ENE CIR Driver Release Note */

Package Version : 3.7
Date            : 2012-02-14

OS :
    Windows 7 32/64 (RX only)
Product :
    KB3926B/C/D/E/F, KB93X, KB901X

Driver files version :
    Win7_32\enecir.inf                DriverVer=02/08/2012,
           \DPInst.exe                06/29/2009,
           \dpinst.xml                01/30/2008
    Win7_64\enecir.inf                DriverVer=02/08/2012,
           \DPInst.exe                06/29/2009,
           \dpinst.xml                01/30/2008

WHQL submission ID :
    Windows 7 32/64: 1486261

Installation :
    Run Setup.exe(run Setup.exe /s for silent installation).

    1) For Windows 7 and Vista, go to Control Panel->Programs and Features;
       For WinXP, go to Control Panel->Add or Remove Programs
    2) Look for "ENE CIR Receiver Driver" entry with ENE as the publisher
    3) Double click on the entry to complete the uninstallation

    However, if such entry can't be found, please do these steps:
    1) Go to Control Panel->Device Manager
    2) Under menu item "View", make sure "Show hidden devices" is checked
    3) Go to Human Interface Devices->ENE CIR Receiver
    4) Right click on it and select Uninstall
    5) Make sure "Delete the driver software for this device" is checked
    6) Click Ok to complete the uninstallation

Release note :
    Version : 3.7
    Date    : 2012-02-14
    - Update inf Standby releated mapping; (other parts are not changed)

    Version : 3.6
    Date    : 2011-11-15
    - Update Setup.exe to v.
    - Auto-repeat for some special keys.
    - Extend timeout detection for NEC protocol.
    - Update [enecirhid0201_Parameters.AddReg] section of inf for adding vendor keys.

    Version : 3.5
    Date    : 2009-12-25
    - Identical to v.3.4 except that all *.sys, *.dll, *.exe are digitally signed (VeriSign).

    Version : 3.4
    Date    : 2009-11-30
    - Update [enecirhid0202_Parameters.AddReg] section of inf; (other parts are not changed)

    Version : 3.3
    Date    : 2009-11-09
    - Update [enecirhid0202_Parameters.AddReg] section of inf; (other parts are not changed)

    Version : 3.2
    Date    : 2009-10-14
    - Add "Wow6432Node" in Windows 7 64bits inf; (other parts are not changed)

    Version : 3.1
    Date    : 2009-07-15
    - Fix BSOD 0x7E on Windows 7 (*ENE0200, *ENE0201)
    - Add "LogFile" entry in Setup.ini for specifying log file path.
    - Modify HID table for *ENE0200.

    Version : 3.0
    Date    : 2009-05-19
    - Support Windows 7.
    - Driver does not touch reg 0xFEC0.2 (reg CIRCFG, RX_POLARITY bit).
    - In INFs, add new IR code table.

    Version :
    Date    : 2009-02-13
    - Setup uses "ENE CIR Receiver Driver" (no version string appended) for DisplayName in Control_Panel->Program_and_Feature to pass OEM-Ready Audit.
    - All other files are identical to driver package

    Version :
    Date    : 2009-01-22
    - Identical to driver package 2.7.2 with WinXP32/64 drivers added
      and Setup supports [silent] uninstallation.

    Version : 2.7.2
    Date    : 2008-12-30
    - IRQ-check timer is runonce (avoid conflict with WinFlash).
    - Setup installs only one driver package.

    Version : 2.7
    Date    : 2008-11-19
    - Workaround for dual-monitor issue.
    - Fix: BSOD when S3->S0->S4 quickly on Vista64.

    Version :
    Date    : 2008-09-23
    - Identical to driver package with WinXP32/64 drivers added.

    Version :
    Date    : 2008-09-11
    - This version contains only Vista32/64 drivers passing WLK RX-only cirtest.
    - Add 926D support.
    - Add 926B support(use TMKBC_VID to distinguish it).
    - Fix S3->S4(hybrid) BSOD.
    - Use MultiLin DPInst.exe.
    - In INF, (1) fix incorrect HID mapping for MCE RC6 EXT buttons.
      (2) add HID mapping for Play/Pause button code 0x6E.
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