CxtTrLan.inf Driver File Contents (DSL305EU_USB_Driver_V1.3.3.zip)

;
;  Module Name: CxtTrLan.inf
;  Author: Vlassov, Grigoriev
;  $Archive:   P:/d874/Trident_E2/host/CxtTrLan.inv  $
;  $Date:   10 Feb 2003 15:51:26  $
;
;  Copyright © Conexant Systems Inc. 2000 - 2002.  All rights reserved
;
;  Module Description: 
;     Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP installation file for the 
;     Conexant USB Network Adapter
;

[Version]
Signature   = "$Chicago$"
Compatible  = 1
Class       = Net
ClassGUID   = {4d36e972-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}
Provider    = %Author%
CatalogFile = TrN2iwc.cat
CatalogFile.NT = TrN2ikc.cat
DriverVer=07/29/2003, 1.3.3.0

[Manufacturer]
%Mfg% = Conexant

[ControlFlags]
ExcludeFromSelect = SWCNX\CNX_NET

[Conexant]
; DisplayName          Section        DeviceID
; -----------          -------        --------
%CnxTrLan.DeviceDesc%  = CnxTrLan.ndi,    SWCNX\CNX_NET

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Windows 9X specific entries
;

[CnxTrLan.ndi]
AddReg = CnxTrLan.id.reg, CnxTrLan.common.reg, CnxTrLan.win.reg, CnxTrLan.win.Uninstall.Reg, CnxTrLan.Devices.Reg
CopyFiles = CnxTrLan.win.CopySystemFiles
DriverVer=02/11/2003, 1.3.3.0

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Windows NT specific entries
;

[CnxTrLan.ndi.NT]
Characteristics = 0x81 ; NCF_HAS_UI | NCF_VIRTUAL
AddReg = CnxTrLan.common.reg, CnxTrLan.reg, CnxTrLan.Uninstall.Reg, CnxTrLan.Devices.Reg, CnxTrLan.Services.Reg
CopyFiles = CnxTrLan.CopyDriverFiles, CnxTrLan.CopySystemFiles

[CnxTrLan.ndi.NT.Services]
AddService = CnxTrLan, 2, CnxTrLan.Service, common.EventLog

[CnxTrLan.ndi.NT.HW]
AddReg = DriverHwAddReg

[DriverHwAddReg]

;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Win9x id registry sections
; These are not needed by NT
;
[CnxTrLan.id.reg]
HKR, Ndi, DeviceID, 0, %DeviceId%

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Win9x and NT common parameters
;
; Hex DWORD registry values do not work correctly in Win9x - use decimal

[CnxTrLan.common.reg]
HKR,,DebugFlag,0,"0"     
HKR,,DeviceName,0,%CnxTrLan.DeviceDesc%
HKR,,RxMaxFrameSize,0,"1500"
HKR,,RxBufAllocLimit,0,"100"
HKR,,TxMaxFrameSize,0,"1500"
HKR,,VendorDescription,0,%CnxTrLan.DeviceDesc%
HKR,,VendorId,0,"ROK"

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Device IDs
;

[CnxTrLan.Devices.Reg]
HKLM, Software\%CompanySubkey%\%ProductSubkey%\Devices,            %DeviceId%,, %DeviceId%


;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Services
;

[CnxTrLan.Services.Reg]
HKLM, Software\%CompanySubkey%\%ProductSubkey%\Services,           CnxTrLan,, "CnxTrLan"

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; CnxTrLan Uninstall NT Specific
;

[CnxTrLan.Uninstall.Reg]

; Driver Files
HKLM, Software\%CompanySubkey%\%ProductSubkey%\Files\DRIVERS,      CnxTrLan.sys,,    "CnxTrLan.sys"

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; CnxTrLan Uninstall Win9x Specific
;

[CnxTrLan.win.Uninstall.Reg]

; Driver Files
HKLM, Software\%CompanySubkey%\%ProductSubkey%\Files\SYSTEM,       CnxTrLan.sys,,    "CnxTrLan.sys"

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; CnxTrLan NT specific
;

[CnxTrLan.reg]
HKR, Ndi,                       Service,    0, "CnxTrLan"
; use ndis5 as the upper bound because NT supports it
HKR, Ndi\Interfaces,            UpperRange, 0, "ndis5"
HKR, Ndi\Interfaces,            LowerRange, 0, "ethernet"

; Set TCP Window Size to about 64K. Note that the value must be < 64240, per MS KB Q263088
;HKLM, System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters, TcpWindowSize, 0x00010001, 62780	; 43*1460
; The previous line should be kept commented, unless the ISP has ADSL downstream rate >= 4Mb/s
; _and_ >= 8 ms interleave. It changes the systemwide setting and can negatively affect slow TCP links

[CnxTrLan.Service]
DisplayName     = %CnxTrLan.Service.DispName%
ServiceType     = 1 ; SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER
StartType       = 3 ; SERVICE_DEMAND_START
ErrorControl    = 1 ; SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL
ServiceBinary   = %12%\CnxTrLan.sys
LoadOrderGroup  = NDIS
AddReg          = TextModeFlags.reg

[common.EventLog]
AddReg = common.AddEventLog.reg

[common.AddEventLog.reg]
HKR, , EventMessageFile, 0x00020000, "%%SystemRoot%%\System32\netevent.dll"
HKR, , TypesSupported,   0x00010001, 7

[TextModeFlags.reg]
HKR, , TextModeFlags, 0x00010001, 0x00000001

;----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; CnxTrLan Win9x specific
;

[CnxTrLan.win.reg]
HKR, ,              DevLoader,          0, "*ndis"
HKR, ,              DeviceVxDs,         0, "CnxTrLan.sys"
HKR, ,              EnumPropPages,      0, "netdi.dll,EnumPropPages"
; memphis appears to not support the ndis5 upper range, so use ndis3
HKR, Ndi\Interfaces,DefUpper,           0, "ndis3"
HKR, Ndi\Interfaces,DefLower,           0, "ethernet"
HKR, Ndi\Interfaces,UpperRange,         0, "ndis3"
HKR, Ndi\Interfaces,LowerRange,         0, "ethernet"

; Set TCP Window Size to about 64K
;HKLM, System\CurrentControlSet\Services\VxD\MSTCP, DefaultRcvWindow, 0, 62780	; 43*1460
; The previous line should be kept commented, unless the ISP has ADSL downstream rate >= 4Mb/s
; _and_ >= 8 ms interleave. It changes the systemwide setting and can negatively affect slow TCP links

HKR, NDIS,          LogDriverName,      0, "CnxTrLan"
HKR, NDIS,          MajorNdisVersion,   1, 03
HKR, NDIS,          MinorNdisVersion,   1, 0A

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; DestinationDirs
;
; file-list-section = dirid[,subdir]] 
;

[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir = 12,
CnxTrLan.CopyDriverFiles = 12,                                     ; NT -> System32\Drivers
CnxTrLan.CopySystemFiles = 11,                                     ; NT -> System32
CnxTrLan.win.CopySystemFiles = 11,                                 ; Win9x -> System

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; CopyFiles Sections
;
; destination-file-name[,source-file-name][,temporary-file-name][,flag]
;

[CnxTrLan.CopyDriverFiles]
CnxTrLan.sys,,,6

[CnxTrLan.CopySystemFiles]

[CnxTrLan.win.CopySystemFiles]
CnxTrLan.sys,,,6

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; SourceDisksNames
;
;
; diskid = description[, [tagfile] [, <unused>, subdir]]
;

[SourceDisksNames]
100=%DiskName%,DISK1,,


;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; SourceDisksFiles
;
; filename = diskid[,[ subdir][, size]]
;

[SourceDisksFiles]
CnxTrLan.sys=100,,


;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Strings
;

[Strings]

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Strings    Not Localizable
;

CompanySubkey = "ADSL"                      ; This registry subkey string can be modified
ProductSubkey = "ADSL USB Network"             ; This registry subkey string can be modified


DeviceId = "SWCNX\CNX_NET"

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Strings    Localizable
;

Author = "ADSL"
Mfg = "ADSL"
CnxTrLan.DeviceDesc = "ADSL USB Network Adapter"
CnxTrLan.Service.DispName = "ADSL USB Network Adapter Driver"
DiskName = "ADSL USB Network Installation Disk"


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