CWKSOEM.INI Driver File Contents (6133.zip)

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; CWKSOEM.INI is used by Install - The following parameters are supported:
;
; [Defaults]
;
; FirstSlotOnBottom - This parameter specifies the default order of the PCCard
;       slots.  When CardWizard is first executed it will determine the slot
;       positions (which slot is on top and which one is on bottom) from this
;       variable.  It is a flag that can hold the value 0 or 1.  If the order
;       is wrong, on a given machine, the manufacturer should toggle the
;       value of this flag.
;
; FirstSlotNumber - This parameter specifies the numeric ID of the first
;       slot.  It can be 0 or 1.  If it is 0, the slots will be numbered
;       0 and 1.  If it is 1, the slots will be numbered 1 and 2.  This
;       variable is intended for use by the manufacturer when configuring
;       the machine.
;
; SlotName(n) - These parameters, SlotName0, SlotName1... SlotNam(n),
;       specify default names for the PCCard slots.  CardWizard will assign
;       SlotName0 to the first slot, SlotName1 to the second slot, etc.
;       For example, adding the following:
;
;           SlotName0=Top
;           SlotName1=Bottom
;
;       will result in a system in which the slots are named, "Top", and
;       "Bottom".
;
; DefSSx - this parameter is used if you want to force the installation of
;          specific socket services without prompting the user for their
;          selection.  The 'x' portion is a number appended to uniquely
;          identify each default socket service.  They must be numbered 1, 2,
;          etc...  For example: DefSS1=SSIntel - this installs the socket
;          service identified by the SSIntel string.  See the [Map] and [Ini]
;          sections for additional information needed to install a socket
;          service.
;
; ComPort1 - This parameter sets the ComPort1 to your preference
; ComPort2 - This parameter sets the ComPort1 to your preference
; ComPort3 - This parameter sets the ComPort1 to your preference
; ComPort4 - This parameter sets the ComPort1 to your preference
; 	The default is ComPort1 = 3
;		       Comport2 = 4
;		       ComPort3 = 2
;		       ComPort4 = 1
;	If there is no entry of ComPortx then it sets the default order
;	(see above) 
;
; [SocketServices] - this parameter block contains a list of socket services
;                    that the user can choose from.
;
; SSx - this parameter is used to specify a socket service.  The 'x' portion
;       is a number appended to uniquely identify each socket service in the
;       list.  For example: SS1=SSIntel - this specifies that the string
;       'SSIntel' will appear in the list box for the user to allow selection
;       of the associated socket service. This string does not have to be the
;       actual name of the socket service.  See the [Map] and [Ini] sections
;       for additional information needed to install a socket service.
;
; [Map] - this block is used to specify the file name associated with a
;         selection indicated in either the [Defaults] or [SocketServices] area.
;         An entry is required for each socket service specified.  For example:
;         SS1=SSIntel - under the [Map] section an entry with the string
;         SSIntel=SSIntel.sys must be present to map this entry to a driver
;         name.
;
; [Ini] - this block is used to specify the ini file name associated with a
;         selection indicated in either the [Defaults] or [SocketServices] area.
;         An entry is required for each socket service specified.  For example:
;         SS1=SSIntel - under the [Ini] section an entry with the string
;         SSIntel=SSIntel.ini must be present to map this entry to an ini file
;         which is used to install the associated driver.
;
; [Platform] -  This block is used for displaying a picklist for Corporates.
;               The notation is <platform name><machine name>
;
; [DefPlatform] - This block is for OEMs to set their platform as the default
;                 platform to install (their oemspecifc ini must contain all 
;                 customization.  
;                 
;                 To turn off the Smart Install (Picklist):
;                   Set "DefMachine=GENERIC"
;
;                 To turn on the Smart Install:
;                    Set "DefMachine=None"
;                   
;                 For OEM customers to have their machine as a default (the picklist off)
;                    Set "DefMachine=<machine name>"
;
;                    Note: This requires the oems to create their own specific INI file
;                                          containing their particular settings, the ini file MUST match
;                                                  what is in DefMachine.  For example:
;
;                                                  DefMachine=foo, oem specific ini file must be "foo.ini" and foo.ini
;                                                  must exist in the same place as this file (cwksoem.ini).
;
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


[Defaults]
DefSS1=SSCrdBus
DefSS2=SSI365
DefSS3=SSTcic
FirstSlotOnBottom=0
FirstSlotNumber=0
ComPort1=1
ComPort2=2
ComPort3=3
ComPort4=4


[SocketServices]
SS1=SSCrdBus
SS2=SSI365
SS3=SSTcic

[Map]
SSCrdBus=SSCrdBus.sys
SSI365=SSI365.sys
SSTcic=SSTcic.sys

[Ini]
SSCrdBus=SSCrdBus.ini
SSI365=SSI365.ini   
SSTcic=SSTcic.ini

[Patch]
Patch19=4F77656E


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