MasterUSB.inf Driver File Contents (

; Generated by DriverWizard v6.21 -   *
; Installation file (.inf) for "CAS Interface 3 USB" device
; Copyright (c) 2004 Duolabs
; You can create a customized version of this file
; by modifying the specified sections.
; Refer to Windows DDK documentation for more information on INF files

; Version Information
; -------------------
Signature="$CHICAGO$"  ; Represents all Windows OSs
; You may modify the driver version:
DriverVer=01/04/2005, 7.0.0

; Select an appropriate class for the device.
; There are several options:
; - Use the Jungo class.
; - Define your own class by generating a private GUID and a class description.
; - Use a system-defined class. This is required for a device that belongs to 
;   a device class that is supported by system-provided drivers, i.e. HID or USB Audio.
;   For example, to replace a default USB mouse driver you have to specify the 
;   description and GUID of HID class:
;       Class=HIDClass
;       ClassGuid={745a17a0-74d3-11d0-b6fe-00a0c90f57da}
; We use a Jungo class, you may modify here and use a different class:

; Driver Information
; ------------------
; You may modify the manufacturer name by changing the Mfg variable in the [Strings]
; section in this INF file.

; The Vendor ID is 0547, and the Product ID is 2131
; The next line includes the device name that is specified in the Device Manager
; and the hardware ID used as the registry key. 
; You may modify the device name and the hardware ID.
"MASTER Season WIFI"=Install, USB\VID_04B4&PID_3333

; Installation Section
; --------------------
[Install]  ; Installation script for Windows 98/Me

[Install.NT]  ; Installation script for Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003

; To copy windrvr6.sys upon installation remove the ';' from the start of the following line
;windrvr6.sys ,,,0x40  ; 0x40 == COPYFLG_OVERWRITE_OLDER_ONLY

[ClassInstall]  ; Register a new class in Windows 98/Me

[ClassInstall32]  ; Register a new class in Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003

HKR,,NTMPDriver,, windrvr6.sys

ExcludeFromSelect = *  ; Remove all devices listed in this INF file from certain user 
;    interface displays, from which a user is expected to select a particular device 
;    for installation.


; Defining WinDriver6 Service
; ---------------------------
Addservice=WinDriver6, 0x00000002, Service_Info

ServiceType    = 1                  ; SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER
StartType      = 3                  ; SERVICE_DEMAND_START
ErrorControl   = 1                  ; SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL
ServiceBinary  = %10%\System32\Drivers\windrvr6.sys

; Source File Information
; -----------------------
windrvr6.sys=1  ; This indicates that the windrvr6.sys file is located on
    ; disk number 1 of "Duolabs Installation disks" set.

1="Duolabs Installation Disk",,  ; This indicates that disk number 1
    ; has the label "Duolabs Installation Disk". The installer will
    ; search for windrvr6.sys in this disk.

DefaultDestDir=10, System32\Drivers  ; The location to which the windrvr6.sys
    ; file will be copied (10 translates to the correct Windows directory
    ; on the target machine).


jun="Jungo LTD."

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