lgusbsdm.inf Driver File Contents (lg_usb_drivers.zip)

;*****************************************************************************
; Name:  lgusbsdm.inf
;*****************************************************************************

[Version]
signature="$CHICAGO$"
Class=USB
ClassGuid={36FC9E60-c465-11cf-8056-444553540000}
Provider=%Provider%
DriverVer=DriverVersion


[ControlFlags]
ExcludeFromSelect = *

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;   Change A:\ to source drive (or omit to always (?) be prompted)
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[SourceDisksNames]
; diskid = description[, [tagfile] [, <unused>, subdir]]
;	having the tagfile non-null seems to help...
1=%DiskString%,"lgusbsdm.sys",,

[SourceDisksFiles]
; filename = diskid[,[ subdir][, size]]
lgusbsdm.sys = 1
lgsisdmv.inf = 1

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Specify target paths...
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir          = 11                    ; LDID_SYS
CopyFiles               = 11                    ; system
CopyFiles.W95		= 11			; system (for VXDs)
CopyFiles.sys           = 11                    ; where .sys files go.
CopyFiles.W95.sys       = 11                    ; where .sys files go.
CopyFiles.W95.inf       = 17                    ; INF Directory\other.

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Table of Contents
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Manufacturer]
%LGSI%=LGSI

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Device-by-device entries
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[LGSI]
%LGSI.Comm.Desc% = LGSI.Install, USB\VID_1004&PID_6000_DIAGInterface_OS9X

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Installation instructions
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[LGSI.Install]
AddReg=LGSI.AddReg
CopyFiles=CopyFiles, CopyFiles.W95, CopyFiles.sys, CopyFiles.W95.sys, CopyFiles.W95.Inf
DriverVer=DriverVersion


;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;  Registry
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

; common registry entries 
[LGSI.AddReg]
HKR,,DevLoader,0,*ntkern
HKR,,NTMPDriver,,"lgusbsdm.sys,ccport.sys"
HKR,,CRUpperDescription,,%UpperDescription%

;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;  Copy lists
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[CopyFiles]

[CopyFiles.W95]

[CopyFiles.sys]
lgusbsdm.sys

[CopyFiles.W95.sys]

[Copyfiles.W95.inf]
lgsisdmv.inf

[LGSI.Install.HW]
AddReg=LGSIAddReg.HW

[LGSIAddReg.HW]
HKR,,ChildID,2,"USB\LGDIAG"

[Strings]
DriverVersion="02/13/2004,3.9.0.0"
Provider="LG Electronics Inc."
LGSI="LG Electronics Inc."

DiskString="LGE CDMA USB Diagnostic Serial Port Drivers installation disk"
LGSI.Comm.Desc="LGE CDMA USB Modem Diagnostic Serial Port"
UpperDescription="LGE CDMA USB Modem Diagnostic Serial Port (VCOMM)"
CustomerDataPath="LGE CDMA USB Virtual Serial Port"
DriverSet = "LGE CDMA USB Modem Software"

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