ZeevoBT.INF Driver File Contents (5130_USB_dongle.zip)

; INF file for WinRT for USB
; Installs driver for Zeevo TC2000 Bluetooth HCI Device by Zeevo
; Portions Copyright (c) 2000-2001, BSQUARE CORPORATION

; Supports power down and multiple interfaces
; For Windows98

[Version]
Signature="$Windows NT$"
Class=WinRT for USB
ClassGUID={1BBF12A7-1329-41E0-9230-2935E5BE558F}
Provider=%WinRTUSB.Provider%
DriverVer=06/20/2002,2.101.2

[Manufacturer]
%WinRTUSB.Manufacturer%=WinRTUSB

[ClassInstall32]
AddReg=WinRTUSB.AddClassReg

[WinRTUSB]
%WinRTUSB.DeviceDesc%=WinRTUSB.INSTALL, USB\VID_0B7A&PID_07D0
%WinRTUSB.DeviceDesc%=WinRTUSB.INSTALL, USB\VID_0B7A&PID_07D0&MI_00
DriverVer=06/20/2002,2.101.2

; TODO:  Add an optional Tag File to ensure that the end user
;        has specified the correct path to the diskette, CD-ROM,
;        or network drive.  See the INF File Reference in the
;        DDK documentation for more information on SourceDisksNames
;        sections.
[SourceDisksNames]
1=%WinRTUSB.DriverDiskName%,"",1

[SourceDisksFiles]
WinRTUSB.sys=1

[PreCopySection]
HKR,,NoSetupUI,,1

[DestinationDirs]
Driver.CopyFiles = 10,system32\drivers ; WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\
DLL.CopyFiles = 10,system32
[WinRTUSB.INSTALL]
CopyFiles=Driver.CopyFiles, DLL.CopyFiles
AddReg=WinRTUSB.AddRegLoader
AddReg=WinRTUSB.AddReg

[WinRTUSB.AddClassReg]
HKR,,,,%WinRTUSB.ClassName%

[WinRTUSB.AddRegLoader]
HKR,,DevLoader,,*ntkern
HKR,,NTMPDriver,,WinRTUSB.sys
HKR,,LinkName,0x00020000,"ZeevoBT"
HKR,,DeviceGuidString,0x00020000,"{EC287A61-FB9D-11D4-B459-0050DA91F28C}"
; The following line adds the PowerDownAllowed value to the registry
;   for this device.  If this key is not present in the registry, the driver
;   uses a default value of zero for this key.
; By default, WinRT for USB devices will stay powered on at all times.  If
;   this key is set to any non-zero value, the driver will attempt to power
;   the device off while there are no open handles to the device
HKR,,PowerDownAllowed,0x00010001,1
; The following line adds the SelectiveSuspendEnabled value to the registry
;   for this device.  If this key is not present in the registry, the driver
;   uses a default value of zero for this key.
; Windows XP introduced a new scheme for powering down USB devices when they
;   are not in used, called Selective Suspend.  The WinRT for USB driver
;   defaults to NOT using this scheme, to maintain consistency in power
;   management behavior across WDM OSs.  To enable this feature, set the
;   SelectiveSuspend registry key to any non-zero value.  This key
;   will have no effect unless the PowerDownAllowed key is also non-zero
HKR,,SelectiveSuspendEnabled,0x00010001,1

[WinRTUSB.AddReg]
HKR,,LinkName,0x00020000,"ZeevoBT"
HKR,,DeviceGuidString,0x00020000,"{EC287A61-FB9D-11D4-B459-0050DA91F28C}"
; The following line adds the PowerDownAllowed value to the registry
;   for this device.  If this key is not present in the registry, the driver
;   uses a default value of zero for this key.
; By default, WinRT for USB devices will stay powered on at all times.  If
;   this key is set to any non-zero value, the driver will attempt to power
;   the device off while there are no open handles to the device
HKR,,PowerDownAllowed,0x00010001,1
; The following line adds the SelectiveSuspendEnabled value to the registry
;   for this device.  If this key is not present in the registry, the driver
;   uses a default value of zero for this key.
; Windows XP introduced a new scheme for powering down USB devices when they
;   are not in used, called Selective Suspend.  The WinRT for USB driver
;   defaults to NOT using this scheme, to maintain consistency in power
;   management behavior across WDM OSs.  To enable this feature, set the
;   SelectiveSuspend registry key to any non-zero value.  This key
;   will have no effect unless the PowerDownAllowed key is also non-zero
HKR,,SelectiveSuspendEnabled,0x00010001,1


[WinRTUSB.INSTALL.NT]
CopyFiles=Driver.CopyFiles, DLL.CopyFiles
AddReg=WinRTUSB.AddReg
[WinRTUSB.INSTALL.NT.Services]
AddService = WinRTUSB,0x00000002,WinRTUSB_Service_Inst,WinRTUSB_EventLog_Inst

[WinRTUSB_Service_Inst]
ServiceType     = 1 ; Service kernel driver
StartType       = 1 ; Start mode
ErrorControl    = 1 ; Service error normal
ServiceBinary   = %12%\WinRTUSB.sys
DisplayName     = %WinRTUSB.DeviceDesc%

[WinRTUSB_EventLog_Inst]
AddReg=WinRTUSB.AddEventLogReg

[WinRTUSB.AddEventLogReg]
HKR,,EventMessageFile,0x00020000,"%SystemRoot%\System32\IoLogMsg.dll;%SystemRoot%\System32\drivers\WinRTUSB.sys"
HKR,,TypesSupported,0x00010001,7

[Driver.CopyFiles]
WinRTUSB.sys
[DLL.CopyFiles]
WinRTUSB.dll


;---------------------------------------------------------------;

[Strings]
WinRTUSB.Provider="Zeevo"
WinRTUSB.Manufacturer="Zeevo"
WinRTUSB.DeviceDesc="Zeevo TC2000 Bluetooth HCI Device"
WinRTUSB.ClassName="WinRT for USB"
WinRTUSB.DriverDiskName="WinRT for USB Install Disk"

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