SSMCIRDA.INF Driver File Contents (FIR.zip)

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; File:  SSMCIRDA.INF (for Windows 98)
;
; Based on SMCIRDA.INF.
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; "SMC IrCC (Infrared Communications Controller), SP1" (Special version 1)
;
; This INF is identical as SMCIRDA.INF except that this will install
; "RxForceDrq" string value to the registry
; that is required for SiS and VIA chipsets.
; The device description name in the device manager has "SP1" in it.
;
; "RxForceDrq" is implemented in v.5.1.3600.2 or later, but not in
; v.5.2.3630.0.
;
; In the future, IrCC bundled with SiS and VIA chipsets should have
; SMCF020 PnP ID in BIOS rather than SMCF010 so that INF can figure
; out what to install. For now, this special version of INF 
; file treats both SMCF010 and SMCF020 as the same device that
; is bundled with SiS or VIA chipsets.
;
; 6/13/02, 6/10/02 (yo)
;
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; File:  SMCIRDA.INF (for Windows 98)
;
; original version: 06/12/2001, 5.1.2462.1
;
; INF to install SmcIrda.Sys NDIS 5.0 Miniport for SMC IrCC
;
; Copyright 1997-2002 Standard Microsystems Corp.
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; yo v3600298
; Win98 version of v.5.1.3600.2 with option for SiS and VIA
; chipsets.
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;
[version]
CatalogFile=smcirda.cat
;LayoutFile=layout.inf, layout1.inf, layout2.inf ; comment this for driver update
signature="$CHICAGO$"
Class=Net
provider=%strSMC%
DriverVer=06/10/2002, 5.1.3600.298

[Manufacturer]
%strSMC%=SMC_IRCC

[SMC_IRCC]
%*SMCF010.DeviceDesc%=*SMCF010.ndi, *SMCF010
%*SMCF020.DeviceDesc%=*SMCF020.ndi, *SMCF020


; If this INF file is used for IrCC with Intel Chipset, 
; then RxForceDrq.ndi.reg must be deleted from *SMCF010.ndi section.

[*SMCF010.ndi]
AddReg=*SMCF010.ndi.reg,*SMCF010.ndi.param,RxForceDrq.ndi.reg
LogConfig=*SMCF010.Lc.Default,*SMCF010.Lc.Dma8,*SMCF010.Lc.Dma16,*SMCF010.Lc.NoDma
CopyFiles=*SMCF010.Install.SysCopyFiles
DriverVer=06/10/2002, 5.1.3600.298

[*SMCF020.ndi]
AddReg=*SMCF020.ndi.reg,*SMCF010.ndi.param,RxForceDrq.ndi.reg
LogConfig=*SMCF010.Lc.Default,*SMCF010.Lc.Dma8,*SMCF010.Lc.Dma16,*SMCF010.Lc.NoDma
CopyFiles=*SMCF020.Install.SysCopyFiles
DriverVer=06/10/2002, 5.1.3600.298

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;       LOG CONFIG Sections
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;
;  The first IOConfig is for the SIR/UART portion of the IrCC.
;  The second IOConfig is for the FIR/SCE portion of the IrCC.
;  This order is required!
;
;  For the Lc.NoDma case, the speed will be limited to 115.2 Kbps
;  (i.e., SIR-only) even if higher speeds are enabled in the
;  SpeedEnable key (below).
;
;  These LC's are ignored if a PnP BIOS is enumerating the IrCC.
;  These LC's are for ISA Evaluation Boards which have no PnP BIOS.
;
;  The first time a Resource property sheet is opened after installation,
;  The values from the Lc.Default section (i.e., Configuration 0) will
;  be displayed.  Some mouse clicks can be saved by setting these values
;  to match the actual hardware values.  The values here correspond to
;  the default settings of SMC's FirSetup.Exe.
;
[*SMCF010.Lc.Default]
ConfigPriority=HARDRECONFIG
IOConfig=3e8-3ef(ffff::)
IOConfig=240-247(ffff::)
IRQConfig=5
DMAConfig=1

[*SMCF010.Lc.Dma8]
ConfigPriority=HARDRECONFIG
DMAConfig=0,1,2,3
IRQConfig=3,4,5,7,9,10,11,12,14,15
IOConfig=2e8-2ef(ffff::),2f8-2ff(ffff::),3e8-3ef(ffff::),3f8-3ff(ffff::) ; 16-bit
IOConfig=8@100-fff%fff8(ffff::)

[*SMCF010.Lc.Dma16]
ConfigPriority=HARDRECONFIG
DMAConfig=W:5,6,7
IRQConfig=3,4,5,7,9,10,11,12,14,15
IOConfig=2e8-2ef(ffff::),2f8-2ff(ffff::),3e8-3ef(ffff::),3f8-3ff(ffff::) ; 16-bit
IOConfig=8@100-fff%fff8(ffff::)

[*SMCF010.Lc.NoDma]
ConfigPriority=HARDRECONFIG
IRQConfig=3,4,5,7,9,10,11,12,14,15
IOConfig=2e8-2ef(ffff::),2f8-2ff(ffff::),3e8-3ef(ffff::),3f8-3ff(ffff::) ; 16-bit
IOConfig=8@100-fff%fff8(ffff::)


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;       Add Registry Section for Install
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[*SMCF010.ndi.reg]
HKR,,DevLoader,,*ndis

HKR,,DeviceVxDs,,smcirda.sys

HKR,,EnumPropPages,,"netdi.dll,EnumPropPages"

HKR,NDIS,LogDriverName,,"SMCIRDA"

HKR,NDIS,MajorNdisVersion,1,05
HKR,NDIS,MinorNdisVersion,1,00

; in the following two lines, ndis3 cannot be removed in order to bind FIR protocol
HKR,Ndi\Interfaces,DefUpper,,"ndis3,ndis5"
HKR,Ndi\Interfaces,UpperRange,,"ndis3,ndis5"

HKR,Ndi\Remove,,,"*SMCF010.Remove"

HKR,Ndi,CardType,0,FORCEENUM
HKR,Ndi,NetType,,1

HKR,Ndi,DeviceID,,"*SMCF010"

;
; This is the text that shows in the display area at the bottom
; of the Network dialog when this Adapter is selected in the
; scrolling window above.
;
HKR,Ndi,HelpText,,%strSmcIrdaHelp%

;
;  IrMini.Inf says:
;  This entry is required by the NDI loader, IR_NDI.DLL
;  to identify this driver as an infrared miniport driver
;  which must be bound to (only) the Fast Infrared Protocol.
;
HKR,Ndi,AdapterType,,"IrDA Infrared Miniport"

;
;  IrMini.Inf says:
;  IR_NDI.DLL is the NDI Installer for the IR3.0 NDIS drivers.
;  These registry entries direct netdi.dll (the Network Properties handler)
;  to call ir_ndi.dll with NDI events for these drivers.  This will allow
;  ir_ndi.dll to decide how our drivers are bound.
;
HKR,Ndi,MaxInstance,,0  ; prevent multiple bindings
;
;      Note:  this line gives a problem with Net-Add-Adapter:
;
HKR,Ndi,NdiInstaller,,"ir_ndi.dll,IRMINI_NdiProc"


[*SMCF020.ndi.reg]
HKR,,DevLoader,,*ndis

HKR,,DeviceVxDs,,smcirda.sys

HKR,,EnumPropPages,,"netdi.dll,EnumPropPages"

HKR,NDIS,LogDriverName,,"SMCIRDA"

HKR,NDIS,MajorNdisVersion,1,05
HKR,NDIS,MinorNdisVersion,1,00

; in the following two lines, ndis3 cannot be removed in order to bind FIR protocol
HKR,Ndi\Interfaces,DefUpper,,"ndis3,ndis5"
HKR,Ndi\Interfaces,UpperRange,,"ndis3,ndis5"

HKR,Ndi\Remove,,,"*SMCF020.Remove"

HKR,Ndi,CardType,0,FORCEENUM
HKR,Ndi,NetType,,1

HKR,Ndi,DeviceID,,"*SMCF020"

;
; This is the text that shows in the display area at the bottom
; of the Network dialog when this Adapter is selected in the
; scrolling window above.
;
HKR,Ndi,HelpText,,%strSmcIrdaHelp%

;
;  IrMini.Inf says:
;  This entry is required by the NDI loader, IR_NDI.DLL
;  to identify this driver as an infrared miniport driver
;  which must be bound to (only) the Fast Infrared Protocol.
;
HKR,Ndi,AdapterType,,"IrDA Infrared Miniport"

;
;  IrMini.Inf says:
;  IR_NDI.DLL is the NDI Installer for the IR3.0 NDIS drivers.
;  These registry entries direct netdi.dll (the Network Properties handler)
;  to call ir_ndi.dll with NDI events for these drivers.  This will allow
;  ir_ndi.dll to decide how our drivers are bound.
;
HKR,Ndi,MaxInstance,,0  ; prevent multiple bindings
;
;      Note:  this line gives a problem with Net-Add-Adapter:
;
HKR,Ndi,NdiInstaller,,"ir_ndi.dll,IRMINI_NdiProc"


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;       Special section for SMCF020
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[RxForceDrq.ndi.reg]
;
;    SiS & VIA DMAC Options
;
;	RxForceDrq:    Any TRUE value enables Force Drq when RX is enabled.
;
HKR,,RxForceDrq,0,"1"


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;       Parameters Section -- part of AddReg on Install
;       Key values are adjustable on ADVANCED Property Sheet
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[*SMCF010.ndi.param]
;
;   Infrared Transceiver Selection
;
;   If AUTO [default], then driver will auto-detect at initialization,
;   which will produce a single spurious Tx pulse if HP/Sharp.
;   This key can be used to prevent this from happening, if desired.
;
HKR,Ndi\params\RxSel,ParamDesc,,%strRXSEL%
HKR,Ndi\params\RxSel,flag,1,20,00,00,00
HKR,Ndi\params\RxSel,default,,0
HKR,Ndi\params\RxSel,type,,enum

HKR,Ndi\params\RxSel\enum,"0",,%strRXSEL_0%
HKR,Ndi\params\RxSel\enum,"1",,%strRXSEL_1%
HKR,Ndi\params\RxSel\enum,"2",,%strRXSEL_2%
HKR,Ndi\params\RxSel\enum,"3",,%strRXSEL_3%
HKR,Ndi\params\RxSel\enum,"4",,%strRXSEL_4%
HKR,,RxSel,,"0" ; force default

;
;    IrDA Minimum Turnaround Time (value in microseconds)
;
HKR,Ndi\params\MinTurnTime,ParamDesc,,%strIRDATURNTIME%
HKR,Ndi\params\MinTurnTime,flag,1,20,00,00,00
HKR,Ndi\params\MinTurnTime,default,,1000
HKR,Ndi\params\MinTurnTime,type,,enum

HKR,Ndi\params\MinTurnTime\enum,"500",,%strMinTurnTime_500%
HKR,Ndi\params\MinTurnTime\enum,"1000",,%strMinTurnTime_1000%
HKR,Ndi\params\MinTurnTime\enum,"5000",,%strMinTurnTime_5000%
HKR,Ndi\params\MinTurnTime\enum,"10000",,%strMinTurnTime_10000%
HKR,,MinTurnTime,,"1000" ; force default

;
;    IrDA Speed enables
;
;       bit=1 enables corresponding speed, 1FF is all speeds [default])
;
;       d0 =  2400     d4 =   57600     d8 = 4000000
;       d1 =  9600     d5 =  115200
;       d2 = 19200     d6 =  576000
;       d3 = 38400     d7 = 1152000
;
;       Note:  Miniport will always enable 9600,
;               no matter what this key says
;
HKR,Ndi\params\SpeedEnable,ParamDesc,,%strSPEEDENABLE%
HKR,NDI\params\SpeedEnable,flag,1,20,00,00,00
HKR,Ndi\params\SpeedEnable,type,,dword
HKR,Ndi\params\SpeedEnable,default,,1FF
HKR,Ndi\params\SpeedEnable,base,,16
HKR,Ndi\params\SpeedEnable,min,,0
HKR,Ndi\params\SpeedEnable,max,,1FF

HKR,,SpeedEnable,,"1FF" ; force default

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;       Remove Section
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[*SMCF010.Remove]
DelFiles=*SMCF010.Remove.SysDelFiles

[*SMCF020.Remove]
DelFiles=*SMCF020.Remove.SysDelFiles


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;       File/Directory Sections
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[*SMCF010.Install.SysCopyFiles]
smcirda.sys

[*SMCF020.Install.SysCopyFiles]
smcirda.sys


[*SMCF010.Remove.SysDelFiles]
smcirda.sys

[*SMCF020.Remove.SysDelFiles]
smcirda.sys


[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir=11                       ; windows\system
*SMCF010.Install.SysCopyFiles=11        ; windows\system
*SMCF020.Install.SysCopyFiles=11        ; windows\system
*SMCF010.Remove.SysDelFiles=11          ; windows\system
*SMCF020.Remove.SysDelFiles=11          ; windows\system


[SourceDisksNames]
1=%strDiskName%,,,	; this is needed if there is any file in [SourceDisksFiles] section

[SourceDisksFiles]
; This refers to the Windows CABs, not to a source diskette.
smcirda.sys=1		; comment this for driver update
			; 513600298  WHQL test requires this
smcirda.cat=1		; required by WHQL


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;       Localizable Strings
;
; If the INF is used for IrCC with Intel Chipset, take out "SP1"
; form DeviceDesc.
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[strings]
strSMC="SMC"
*SMCF010.DeviceDesc="SMC IrCC (Infrared Communications Controller) SP1"
*SMCF020.DeviceDesc="SMC IrCC (Infrared Communications Controller) SP1"
strSmcIrdaHelp="The SMC IrCC Device permits wireless communication with other devices conforming to IrDA standards using invisible infrared light."
strDiskName="SMC IR_NDIS for Windows 98"

; Drop-Down listbox in GUI
strRXSEL="Infrared Transceiver Type"
strRXSEL_0="AUTO [Default]"
strRXSEL_1="IBM / Infineon / Temic"
strRXSEL_2="HP"
strRXSEL_3="Sharp"
strRXSEL_4="VISHAY Telefunken"

; Drop-Down listbox in GUI
strIRDATURNTIME="Min. Turn-Around Time"
strMinTurnTime_500=" 0.5 mS"
strMinTurnTime_1000=" 1.0 mS [Default]"
strMinTurnTime_5000=" 5.0 mS"
strMinTurnTime_10000="10.0 mS"

; Edit Box in GUI
strSPEEDENABLE="Speed Enable"
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