CiscoUsbAndBus.inf Driver File Contents (Cisco_USBtoSerial_Adapter_3.1.0.0_Win10-8-7-Vista-XP_x64.zip)

[version]
signature="$Windows NT$"
Class=CiscoUsbConsoleWindowsDriver
ClassGuid={FFEC7336-10CD-41cf-BF82-5EEF9AAA1B64}
Provider=%Cisco%
catalogfile=Cisco.cat
DriverVer=10/16/2009,3.1.0.0

[SourceDisksNames]
1=%Cisco.Disk%,,,

[ControlFlags]

[SourceDisksFiles]
CiscoUsbConsoleWindowsDriver64.sys=1
CiscoUsbConsoleCoInstaller64.dll=1

[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir=12
CoInstaller_CopyFiles_64 = 11 ; System Dir( system32 on NT )

[Manufacturer]
%Cisco%=Cisco,NTamd64

[Cisco.NTamd64]
%CiscoBus% = CiscoBus.NTamd64, root\CiscoBus
%CiscoUsb% = CiscoUsb.NTamd64, USB\VID_05A6&PID_0009

;****************** Class Sections *********************************
[ClassInstall32]

; **************** CiscoBus section - virtual bus driver **************

[CiscoBus.NTamd64]
AddReg = CiscoBusAddReg

[CiscoBusAddReg]

[CiscoBus.NTamd64.Services]
AddService = CiscoSerial, 0x00000002, CiscoSerial_Service_Inst_64

[CiscoSerial_Service_Inst_64]
DisplayName = %CiscoPort%
ServiceType = 1
StartType = 3
ErrorControl = 0
ServiceBinary = %12%\CiscoUsbConsoleWindowsDriver64.sys
AddReg = CiscoBusAddReg_Service

[CiscoBusAddReg_Service]
; InitialNumComPorts is the number of virtual COM ports that should be created when the driver is loaded for the first time.
; After that this value is erased to 0, so that no more additional ports will be added when the driver restarted (for example during system reboot).
; After that there are two ways to add more ports:
; 1. Plug more Cisco USB devices than there are COM ports. Additional COM  ports will be added autoatically.
; 2. Manually edit InitialNumComPorts value in the registry (at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\CiscoSerial), then restart the driver.
; To remove unneeded ports, launch Device Manager from the Control Panel, select the COM port (under Ports), right click and select Uninstall.
HKR,,InitialNumComPorts,0x00010001,0

; **************** CiscoUsb section - USB driver **************
[CiscoUsb.NTamd64]
CopyFiles=CiscoUsb.NTamd64.Copy
AddReg=CiscoUsb.NTamd64.AddReg

[CiscoUsb.NTamd64.HW]

[CiscoUsb.NTamd64.Copy]
CiscoUsbConsoleWindowsDriver64.sys

[CiscoUsb.NTamd64.AddReg]
HKR,,DevLoader,,*ntkern
HKR,,NTMPDriver,,CiscoUsbConsoleWindowsDriver64.sys

[CiscoUsb.NTamd64.Services]
AddService = CiscoSerial, 0x00000002, Serial_Service_Inst_64

[Serial_Service_Inst_64]
DisplayName    = %CiscoPort%
ServiceType    = 1            
StartType      = 3            
ErrorControl   = 0            
ServiceBinary  = %12%\CiscoUsbConsoleWindowsDriver64.sys ; %12% == %windir%\system32\drivers
;LoadOrderGroup = Base

;-------------- Coinstaller installation

[CiscoUsb.NTamd64.CoInstallers]
AddReg=CoInstaller_AddReg_64
CopyFiles=CoInstaller_CopyFiles_64

[CoInstaller_CopyFiles_64]
CiscoUsbConsoleCoInstaller64.dll

[CoInstaller_AddReg_64]
HKR,,CoInstallers32,0x00010000,"CiscoUsbConsoleCoInstaller64.dll,CiscoUsbConsoleWindowsDriverCoInstaller"

[Strings]
Cisco = "Cisco"
Cisco.Disk="Cisco Disk"
CiscoUsb = "Cisco USB to Serial adapter"
CiscoPort = "CiscoPort"
CiscoBus = "Cisco Bus enumerator"
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