ZDXVWAV.INF Driver File Contents (drivers.exe)

; name and version number:@(#)ZDXVIWAV.INF	1.0*/
; date of get: 		  21 Nov 1996 14:45:48*/
; date of delta:	  21 Nov 1996 09:15:20*/
; BWP 5-10-00 Changed name to MultiTech Systems to standardize
; BWP 5-16-00 Added Win2k voice line changes

[Version]
Signature="$CHICAGO$"
Class=MEDIA
provider=%PROV%

[ClassInstall]
Addreg=Class.AddReg

[Class.AddReg]
HKR,,,,%MediaClassName%
HKR,,Icon,,"-1"
HKR,,Installer,,mmci.dll

[Manufacturer]
%MfgName%=Microsoft

[Microsoft]
; the device id's (MODEMWAVE\LT_Win_Modem)
; correspond EXACTLY to the modem name with underscores in place of spaces.
; the names must be an exact match or installer won't find device.
; this scheme is because of the way the serial wave device enumeration occurs.
;
; the serial wave device is for the controller based modem - imaadpcm driver
%Serial.DeviceDesc%=MSSERWAVE, MODEMWAVE\MultiTech_Systems_MT3334ZDXVI
%Serial.DeviceDesc%=MSSERWAVE, MODEMWAVE\MultiTech_Systems_MT3334ZDXV
; --------------- begin Win98 voice --------------------------------------------------------
; this section adds Win98 support...provides ID string link to 
; modem INF key named WaveHardwareID elsewhere in the corresponding modem INF
; Also see additional Win98 entries elsewhere in this INF
; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
%Rockwell.DeviceDesc%=ROCKWELL.Mem, MODEMWAVE\LINEARPCMVoiceModemWave 
%Rockwell.DeviceDesc%=ROCKWELL.Mem, MODEMWAVE\RockwellVoiceModemWave          
; --------------- end Win98 voice  ---------------------------------------------------------

[PreCopySection]
HKR,,NoSetupUI,,1

; ------- begin installation sections for Win98 --------
[ROCKWELL.Mem] ; --Win98-NT5 voice code --
AddReg=MSSERWAVE.AddReg, ROCKWELLMem.AddReg
; ------- end installation sections for Win98 --------

[MSSERWAVE]
AddReg=MSSERWAVE.AddReg

[MSSERWAVE.AddReg]
HKR,,DevLoader,,mmdevldr.vxd
HKR,Drivers,MIGRATED,,0
HKR,Drivers\wave,,,
HKR,,Driver,,serwave.vxd
HKR,Drivers\wave\serwvdrv.drv,Description,,%Serial.DeviceDesc%
HKR,Drivers\wave\serwvdrv.drv,Driver,,serwvdrv.drv
HKR,Drivers,SubClasses,,"wave"
HKR,Config,XformModule,  , "umdmxfrm.dll"
HKR,Config,XformID,     1, 04, 00, 00, 00
HKR,Config,BaudRate,	1, 00, c2, 01, 00
HKR,Config,WaveDevices,  1, 01, 00          ; 1 wave devices - line

; ------- begin device section for Win98 --------
[ROCKWELLMem.AddReg]  ; Win98-NT5 voice code
HKR,Drivers\wave\serwvdrv.drv,Description,,%Rockwell.DeviceDesc%
; ------- end device section for Win98 --------

[Strings]
PROV="MultiTech Systems"
MfgName="MultiTech Systems"
Serial.DeviceDesc="MultiTech Voice Modem Serial Wave Device"
MediaClassName="Sound, video and game controllers"
; ------- begin string section for Win98 --------
Rockwell.DeviceDesc="MultiTech Voice Modem Serial Wave Device"
; -------end string section for Win98 --------
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