WV601.inf Driver File Contents (601tvdrv.zip)

[Version]
Signature=$CHICAGO$
Class=MEDIA
Provider=%String0%

[ClassInstall]
AddReg=Bt848.Class.Install

[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir=11
CopyBt848Files=11
CopyBt848Inf=17  	; Release 2
PiscesDeleteInf=17
;Leadtek
CopyIniFile=10
DefaultDestDir = 11     ; LDID_SYS
BTVVC32.Copy = 11

[CopyIniFile]
ttxearb.fot,ttxearb.fot 
ttxearb.ttf,ttxearb.ttf
teletext.exe,teletext.exe
grappler.ini,grappler.ini
FN1_USA.INI,FN1_USA.INI
FN2_JAP.INI,FN2_JAP.INI
FP3_GER.INI,FP3_GER.INI
FP4_NZL.INI,FP4_NZL.INI
FP5_ITL.INI,FP5_ITL.INI
FP6_AUS.INI,FP6_AUS.INI
FP7_CHN.INI,FP7_CHN.INI
FP8_IRL.INI,FP8_IRL.INI
FP9_ENG.INI,FP9_ENG.INI
FPA_POL.INI,FPA_POL.INI

[Manufacturer]
%String1%=SECTION_0

[SECTION_0]
%String2%=Bt848.Install,PCI\VEN_109E&DEV_0350&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_01,PCI\VEN_109E&DEV_0350&SUBSYS_00000000,PCI\VEN_109E&DEV_0350&REV_01,PCI\VEN_109E&DEV_0350
%String3%=Bt848.Install,PCI\VEN_109E&DEV_0351&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_01,PCI\VEN_109E&DEV_0351&SUBSYS_00000000,PCI\VEN_109E&DEV_0351&REV_01,PCI\VEN_109E&DEV_0351

[Bt848.Install]
DelFiles=PiscesDeleteInf,PiscesDelFiles
CopyFiles=CopyBt848Inf,CopyBt848Files,CopyIniFile,BTVVC32.Copy
DelReg=PiscesDelDriverEntries
AddReg=Bt848.AddDriverEntries,BTVVC32.Addreg
Updateinis = BTVVC32.Updateini
Reboot
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; copy the Bt848 INF to the windows\inf dir
[CopyBt848Inf]
Wv601.Inf,Wv601.Inf

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; copy the Bt848 drivers to the windows\system dir
[CopyBt848Files]
Bt848.vxd,Bt848.vxd
Bt848.drv,Bt848.drv
Bt848DDI.dll,Bt848DDI.dll
Bt848Dlg.dll,Bt848Dlg.dll
Bt848_16.dll,Bt848_16.dll
Bt848_32.dll,Bt848_32.dll
Bt84xCC.dll,Bt84xCC.dll
Bt848vbi.386,Bt848vbi.386

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; LOOK HERE !
; "grappler" is the Brooktree demo board
; you should install your board drivers instead
grappler.dll,grappler.dll 

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; add registry entries for Bt848
[Bt848.AddDriverEntries]
HKR,,DevLoader,0,mmdevldr.vxd
HKR,Drivers,MIGRATED,0,
HKR,Drivers\msvideo,,0,
HKR,Drivers\msvideo\Bt848,Driver,0,Bt848.drv
HKR,,Driver,0,Bt848.vxd


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; Windows Registry Keys
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; subkey to force using primary surface
; 0 to try to create overlay surface first (default)
; 1 to force using primary surface
HKCR,"Bt848\Force Primary",,0,0

; subkey for Virge chip
; 0 for a Virge chip (default)
; 1 for Virge chip
HKCR,Bt848\Virge,,0,0

; subkey for the number of crystals intalled on your board (1 or 2)
HKCR,Bt848\NumXTAL,,0,1

; subkey for the video standard associated with crystal 
; attached to XT0 (NTSC,PAL,NONE)
HKCR,Bt848\XT0,,0,NTSC

; subkey for the video standard associated with crystal
; attached to XT1 (NTSC,PAL,NONE)
HKCR,Bt848\XT1,,0,NONE

; subkey to enable/disable error dialogs
; 1 to display error dialogs (default),
; 0 do not display error dialogs
HKCR,Bt848\ErrorDialog,,0,1

; subkey for availability of Video Display Dialog
; 1 for Video Display Dialog is available (default),
; 0 for Video Display Dialog is unavailable
HKCR,Bt848\VideoDisplayDialog,,0,1

; subkey to force using Preview
; 0 to create and use overlay surface (default),
; 1 to use Preview without creating overlay surface
HKCR,Bt848\PreviewOnly,,0,0

; subkey to use alternate way to control contrast
; 0 original way (default),
; 1 to compensate brightness when contrast changes
HKCR,Bt848\AltContrast,,0,0

; subkeys to set VBI HDelay and VBI Packet Size registers
; The VBI Hdelay register is a 6 bit register with a range of 0x0 to 0x3f
; The VBI Packet Size register is a 9 bit register with a range of 0x0 to 0x1ff
; Defaults:
;   HDelay 0x7
;   Packet Size 0x184
HKCR,Bt848\VBI_HDelay,,0,0x7
HKCR,Bt848\VBI_PacketSize,,0,0x184


[Bt848.Class.Install]
HKR,,Icon,0,-1
HKR,,,0,%MediaClassName%
HKR,,Installer,0,mmci.dll


[ControlFlags]

[SourceDisksNames]
;1=Bt848installdisk,DISK1,0000-0001
1=WinViewInstalldisk,,0000-0001

[SourceDisksFiles]
Bt848.vxd=1
Bt848DDI.dll=1
Bt848Dlg.dll=1
Bt848.drv=1
grappler.dll=1
Bt848_16.dll=1
Bt848_32.dll=1
Bt84xCC.dll=1
; Leadtek
ttxearb.fot=1
ttxearb.ttf=1
teletext.exe=1
grappler.ini=1
FN1_USA.INI=1
FN2_JAP.INI=1
FP3_GER.INI=1
FP4_NZL.INI=1
FP5_ITL.INI=1
FP6_AUS.INI=1
FP7_CHN.INI=1
FP8_IRL.INI=1
FP9_ENG.INI=1
FPA_POL.INI=1
Wv601.Inf=1
btvvc32.drv=1

[Strings]
String0="G&I"
String1="Leadtek Research Inc."
String2="WinView 601 TV Video Capture Device"
String3="WinView 601 TV Video Capture Device"
MediaClassName="Media Devices"
BTVVC32.DeviceDesc="Brooktree Prosumer/YUV Video Compressor and Decompressor"
BTVVC32.DeviceDescBT20="Brooktree Prosumer Video Codec"
BTVVC32.DeviceDescY41P="Brooktree YUV 411 (Y41P) Video Codec"
BTVVC32.DeviceDescYVU9="Brooktree YUV 9 (YVU9) Video Decompressor"


[PiscesDeleteInf]
Wv601.Inf

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[PiscesDelFiles]
; LOOK HERE !

; this section DELETES old drivers files that used Bt internal names
; THIS SHOULD NOT APPEAR IN YOUR PRODUCTION CODE
pisces.vxd
pisces.drv
ddiface.dll
ps_dlgs.dll



[PiscesDelDriverEntries]
; LOOK HERE !

; this section DELETES old registry entries that used Bt internal names
; THIS SHOULD NOT APPEAR IN YOUR PRODUCTION CODE
HKLM,"System\CurrentControlSet\control\InstalledFiles","pisces.drv"
HKLM,"System\CurrentControlSet\control\InstalledFiles","pisces.vxd"
HKLM,"System\CurrentControlSet\control\InstalledFiles","ddiface.dll"
HKLM,"System\CurrentControlSet\control\InstalledFiles","PS_DLGS.DLL"
HKR,Drivers\msvideo\pisces
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[BTVVC32.Copy]
btvvc32.drv

[BTVVC32.UpdateIni]
system.ini,drivers,"VIDC.BT20=*"
system.ini,drivers,"VIDC.Y41P=*"
system.ini,drivers,"VIDC.YVU9=*"
system.ini,drivers32,,"VIDC.BT20=btvvc32.drv"
system.ini,drivers32,,"VIDC.Y41P=btvvc32.drv"
; Convoluted way of adding a VIDC.YVU9 entry if one does not already exist
system.ini,drivers32,"VIDC.YVU9=*","~VIDCYVU9Temp~=*", 3
system.ini,drivers32,,"VIDC.YVU9=btvvc32.drv"
system.ini,drivers32,"~VIDCYVU9Temp~=*","VIDC.YVU9=*", 3

[BTVVC32.AddReg]
HKLM,SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaResources\icm\vidc.BT20,Description,,%BTVVC32.DeviceDescBT20%
HKLM,SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaResources\icm\vidc.BT20,Driver,,btvvc32.drv
HKLM,SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaResources\icm\vidc.Y41P,Description,,%BTVVC32.DeviceDescY41P%
HKLM,SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaResources\icm\vidc.Y41P,Driver,,btvvc32.drv
; only add YVU9 entries if they presently do not exist (use flags of 2)
HKLM,SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaResources\icm\vidc.YVU9,Description,2,%BTVVC32.DeviceDescYVU9%
HKLM,SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaResources\icm\vidc.YVU9,Driver,2,btvvc32.drv
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How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

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