PIIX4ISA.INF Driver File Contents (GENERAL.EXE)

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; **    Filename:  PIIX4ISA.INF                                             
; **    Abstract:  Windows* 95 INF Update File for ISA configs of Intel(r)  
; **               82371AB and Intel (r) 82371EB devices                    
; **    Last Update:  June 14, 1999 (Version 1.65)
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; Devices specific settings (value name is DevID cat with VenID)
; Bit 0: Devices video wanting no IRQ
; Bit 1: Devices PCMCIA wanting IRQ
; Bit 2: Devices Dual PCI IDE without programming code with bit 3 set
; Bit 3: Devices needing no enum at all
; Bit 4: Devices needing no resources but having garbage in base address registers
; Bit 5: Devices needing dword access
; Bit 6: Devices being single function parading as multiple functions
; Bit 7: Device always enabled
; Bit 8: Device is IDE even though not class code of 0101
; Bit 9: Device is video even though not class code of 0001 or 03xx
; Bit 10: Automatically fail to start the device. It is not supported in pmode
; Bit 11: Device can only appear on bus 0 (improperly decode type 1 transactions)
; Bit 12: Device can only appear on dev <16
; Bit 13: Bridge device can only have children at Dev0
; Bit 14: Do not modify the command bits of the device
; Bit 15: Device is VGA even though not class code of 0001 or 0300 (only has meaning if bit 9 is set).
; Bit 16: Device is MF CardBus controller that shares Command register
; Bit 17: Device is a PCI/PCI bridge with straight thru routing (pin A to pin A, etc).
; Bit 18: Device is a subtractive decode PCI-PCI bridge with writable IO window

; IRQ Miniport Data
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Services\VxD\PCI\IRQMiniports\71108086,Name,,"Intel(r) 82371AB/EB"

; IDE Miniport Data
HKLM,System\CurrentControlSet\Services\VxD\PCI\IDEMiniports\71118086,Name,,"Intel(r) 82371AB/EB"





SystemClassName = "System devices"
INTEL         ="Intel"
NULL            = ""
WINBASE         = "Base Windows Components"
SRCPATH         = "Distribution directory"


PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_7110.DeviceDesc="Intel(r) 82371AB/EB/MB PCI to ISA bridge (ISA mode)"
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_7113.DeviceDesc="Intel(r) 82371AB/EB/MB Power Management Controller"

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