DRV_ROC.INF Driver File Contents (3858ent.zip)

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Copyright 1998, Rockwell Semiconductor Systems
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Required Entry
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[Version]
Signature="$WINDOWS NT$"	; exactly this for Windows NT

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; DriverName - the exact name of the device driver file, without extension
; ModemName - name of the modem, must exactly match the name in the modem INF
; UninstallRegistryKey - registry holding key for uninstallation, exactly
; EventLogRegistryValue - into the event log key, must match DriverName.Sys
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[Strings]
DriverName="WinAcPci"
ModemName="MDP3858-E Modem"
UninstallRegistryKey="Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall"
EventLogRegistryValue="%SystemRoot%\System32\IoLogMsg.dll;%SystemRoot%\System32\drivers\winacpci.sys"

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Required Entry
; The installer uses this section to install and start the modem driver
;	[Models]				- must be exactly this
;	NAME = SECTION, PNPID	- NAME and PNPID must exactly match the modem INF
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[Models]
%ModemName%=DataFax, PCI\AZT_4005	;This must match ModemID in the modem INF

[DataFax]
AddReg=DriverRegistry, UninstallRegistry
CopyFiles=InstallFiles, UninstallFiles, DriverFiles, InfFiles

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Required Entry, but change these lines to match your configuration
; PciVendorID - must match the board, defaults to 0x127A, for Rockwell
; PciDeviceID - must match the board, 0x1000-0x1FFF is for Rockwell HCF boards
; PciSubsystemVendorID - must match the board, 0 for "any", defaults to 0
; PciSubsystemID - must match the board, 0 for "any", defaults to 0
; SymbolicLink - the COM port for your installation
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[DriverRegistry]
HKR, Parameters\%DriverName%0, PciVendorID,          0x40001, 0x127A
HKR, Parameters\%DriverName%0, PciDeviceID,          0x40001, 0x1002
HKR, Parameters\%DriverName%0, PciSubsystemVendorID, 0x40001, 0x122D
HKR, Parameters\%DriverName%0, PciSubsystemID,       0x40001, 0x4005
HKR, Parameters\%DriverName%0, SymbolicLink,,"COM3"

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Required Entry
; DisplayName shows up in the control panel add/remove programs applet
; UninstallString is the command line invoked by that applet to do the uninstall
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[UninstallRegistry]
HKLM,%UninstallRegistryKey%\%DriverName%
HKLM,%UninstallRegistryKey%\%DriverName%, DisplayName,,"%ModemName% (Uninstall)"
HKLM,%UninstallRegistryKey%\%DriverName%, UninstallString,,%10%\%DriverName%\setup -u"

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Required Entry
; Files to be copied - where they are copied is specified in [DestinationDirs]
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[InstallFiles]
drv_roc.inf
setup.exe  
setupres.dll

[UninstallFiles]
isdel.exe

[DriverFiles]
winacpci.sys,winacpci.sy_

[InfFiles]
mdmp4005.inf

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Required Entry - the installer reads these to add the driver to the system
;	[SECTION.Services]	(SECTION is the link from the [Models] entry)
;	AddService = service-name, flag, service-install-section, eventlog-section
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[DataFax.Services]
AddService=%DriverName%,0,DriverService,DriverEventLog

[DriverService]
ServiceType=1				; must be 1, kernel mode driver
StartType=2				; 0=boot,1=system,2=automatic,3=manual
ErrorControl=0				; 0=ignore,1=normal,2=severe,3=critical
ServiceBinary=%12%\%DriverName%.sys	; winnt\system32\drivers\driver.sys, exactly

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; How the driver reports system event log entries
; This section is linked to the services section by the driver name
;	AddReg defines how to expose the error messages to the system
;	DelReg tells the un-installer how to remove them
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[DriverEventLog]
AddReg=DriverEventLogRegistry
DelReg=DriverEventLogRegistry

[DriverEventLogRegistry]
HKR,,EventMessageFile, 0x00020000, %EventLogRegistryValue%
HKR,,TypesSupported, 0x00010001,7

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Required Entry - the un-installer reads this to remove the modem later,
;	[SECTION.Uninstall] (SECTION is the link from the [Models] entry)
; 	these must correspond exactly to each file and registry entry made
; 	during installation
;	DelFiles = file-section, file-section,...
;	DelReg	= reg-section, reg-section,...
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[DataFax.Uninstall]
DelFiles=DriverFiles, InfFiles, PnfFiles
DelReg=UninstallRegistry

[PnfFiles]
mdmp4005.pnf

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Required Entry - the un-installer reads these to remove the driver
;	[SECTION.Uninstall.Services] (SECTION is the link from the [Models] entry)
;	DelService = driver-service-name (must be the same as in AddService)
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[DataFax.Uninstall.Services]
DelService=%DriverName%

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Required Entry - one entry for each file that **must** be copied
;	filename = disk-number[,subdir][,size]
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[SourceDiskFiles]
mdmp4005.inf = 1	; instructions for the modem class installer
drv_roc.inf  = 1	; instructions for install and un-install (this file)
setup.exe    = 1	; installer                                          
setupres.dll = 1	; language resources for the installer
isdel.exe    = 1	; removes all traces of the un-installer, including itself
winacpci.sys = 1	; modem driver

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Required Entry - matched to the [sections] listed above
;	file-list-section = drid[,subdir]
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[DestinationDirs]
InstallFiles = 10,%DriverName%	; winnt\<driver-name>
UninstallFiles = 11				; winnt\system32
DriverFiles  = 12				; winnt\system32\drivers
InfFiles = 17					; winnt\inf
PnfFiles = 17					; winnt\inf

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Required Entry
;	ordinal = "disk-description", tag-file, unused, [absolute-path]
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[SourceDisksNames]
1="%ModemName% Drivers Disk","drv_roc.inf",1

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