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Using a F6 Driver with USB Floppy


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This fix will add support for USB floppy disks in the text mode portion of Windows Setup, and allow you to load F6 drivers.

This fix should work on Windows 2000 and up.

I have only tested it with a Sony USB floppy drive on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 x64

EDIT: Thanks go out to everyone who has added more drives to this fix.

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Windows Setup F6 USB Floppy Drive Fix

Create your Storage device driver disk and open textsetup.oem

Add the following lines to the bottom of [HardwareIds.scsi.(device name)]

If this section does not exist you must create it!

If your USB floppy drive still does not work, look for the hardware ID in the floppy drive driver's .inf file, and make sure any legacy floppy drives are disabled in the bios.

id = "USB\VID_03F0&PID_2001", "usbstor" #--HP
id = "USB\VID_054C&PID_002C", "usbstor" #--Sony
id = "USB\VID_057B&PID_0001", "usbstor" #--Y-E Data
id = "USB\VID_0409&PID_0040", "usbstor" #--NEC
id = "USB\VID_0424&PID_0FDC", "usbstor" #--SMSC
id = "USB\VID_08BD&PID_1100", "usbstor" #--Iomega
id = "USB\VID_055D&PID_2020", "usbstor" #--Samsung

Here is an example file

#//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

[Disks]
d1 = "Intel Embedded Server RAID Technology",\MegaSR,\

[Defaults]
scsi = MegaSR

[scsi]
MegaSR ="Intel Embedded Server RAID Technology (Windows XP/2003 64-bit)", MegaSR

[Files.scsi.MegaSR]
driver = d1, MegaSR.sys, MegaSR
inf = d1, MegaSR.inf
inf = d1, NODEV.inf
catalog = d1, MegaSR.cat

[HardwareIds.scsi.MegaSR]
id="PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2682&SUBSYS_10901734", "MegaSR"
id="PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2683&SUBSYS_10901734", "MegaSR"
id="PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2682&SUBSYS_81FF1043", "MegaSR"
#--The following lines give additional USB floppy support
id = "USB\VID_03F0&PID_2001", "usbstor" #--HP
id = "USB\VID_054C&PID_002C", "usbstor" #--Sony
id = "USB\VID_057B&PID_0001", "usbstor" #--Y-E Data
id = "USB\VID_0409&PID_0040", "usbstor" #--NEC
id = "USB\VID_0424&PID_0FDC", "usbstor" #--SMSC
id = "USB\VID_08BD&PID_1100", "usbstor" #--Iomega
id = "USB\VID_055D&PID_2020", "usbstor" #--Samsung

[Config.MegaSR]
value = "Parameters\PnpInterface", 5, REG_DWORD, 1

#//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

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That's exactly why I made the fix, I searched everywhere for a solution, and after about a day of research I realized the txtsetup.oem used the same formatting as txtsetup.sif. Which made sense, since MS likes to recycle code. This fix is more intened for people who can't make new windows CDs, like me. I couldn't make a new windows setup disc and tell my customer to install with it, not to mention the licencing issues. In a manufacturing setting this fix has saved me a ton of time.

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It seems I left off the hardware id for NEC drives ( thanks to Greg for pointing that out)

Added Iomega drives ( thanks to Jammin )

updated list of hardware ids.

id = "USB\VID_03F0&PID_2001", "usbstor" #--HP
id = "USB\VID_054C&PID_002C", "usbstor" #--Sony
id = "USB\VID_057B&PID_0001", "usbstor" #--Y-E Data
id = "USB\VID_0409&PID_0040", "usbstor" #--NEC
id = "USB\VID_0424&PID_0FDC", "usbstor" #--SMSC
id = "USB\VID_08BD&PID_1100", "usbstor" #--Iomega

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I don't understand.

You're putting the newly modified driver on a floppy, right? So how will the floppy be read from when its driver is not installed yet?

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I believe this method can be extended to USB thumb drives and USB hard drives, IF they are supported by the USBSTOR driver that is included in windows. You just need to find the hardware ID of your device, which can be found in the device manager. Look under the Universal Serial Bus controllers section for your device, goto it's properties, the details tab, then Hardware Ids, the bottom one should be the one you want. then just duplicate the formatting and add it to your txtsetup.oem file. I have not had a chance to test this, but I have loaded various other drivers via the F6 floppy method.

5eraph

When text mode first loads, it lets the system BIOS tell it what the floppy drives are, but once text mode finishes loading windows it no longer sees the USB floppy drives as a legacy floppy drive, instead it sees it as a USB device. This fix works because it tells windows what the USB device is, it exactly the same a loading a regular Mass Storage Device driver, Windows knows the device is there, it just doesn't know what it is. I hope that makes sence.

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Am I doing this correctly? I use Freecom NEC USB floppy drive.

[Disks]
D-I386-NT5-RAID="VIA V-RAID Driver Diskette",\I386\VIAMRAID, \I386\NT5
D-I386-NT4-RAID="VIA V-RAID Driver Diskette",\I386\VIAMRAID, \I386\NT4

[Defaults]
scsi = VCOMBORAID_I386_NT5


[SCSI]
VCOMBORAID_I386_NT5="VIA V-RAID Controller Series(Windows XP)"
VCOMBORAID_I386_WIN2K="VIA V-RAID Controller Series(Windows 2K)"
VCOMBORAID_I386_NT4="VIA V-RAID Controller Series(Windows NT4)"

[Files.SCSI.VCOMBORAID_I386_NT5]
driver = D-I386-NT5-RAID, viamraid.sys, CFG_NT5
inf = D-I386-NT5-RAID, viamraid.inf
catalog = D-I386-NT5-RAID, viamraid.cat

[Files.SCSI.VCOMBORAID_I386_WIN2K]
driver = D-I386-NT5-RAID, viamraid.sys, CFG_NT4
inf = D-I386-NT5-RAID, viamraid.inf
catalog = D-I386-NT5-RAID, viamraid.cat

[Files.SCSI.VCOMBORAID_I386_NT4]
driver = D-I386-NT4-RAID, viamraid.sys, CFG_NT4
inf = D-I386-NT4-RAID, viamraid.inf



[config.CFG_NT5]
value = parameters\PnpInterface,5,REG_DWORD,1

[config.CFG_NT4]
value = "", Tag, REG_DWORD, 1

[HardwareIds.scsi.VCOMBORAID_I386_NT5]
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3349&CC_0104","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_6287&CC_0106","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_0591&CC_0104","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3249&CC_0104","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3149&CC_0104","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3164&CC_0104","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_0581&CC_0104","viamraid"
#--The following lines give additional USB floppy support
id = "USB\VID_03F0&PID_2001", "usbstor" #--HP
id = "USB\VID_054C&PID_002C", "usbstor" #--Sony
id = "USB\VID_057B&PID_0001", "usbstor" #--Y-E Data
id = "USB\VID_0409&PID_0040", "usbstor" #--NEC
id = "USB\VID_0424&PID_0FDC", "usbstor" #--SMSC
id = "USB\VID_08BD&PID_1100", "usbstor" #--Iomega

[HardwareIds.scsi.VCOMBORAID_I386_WIN2K]
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3349&CC_0104","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_6287&CC_0106","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_0591&CC_0104","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3249&CC_0104","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3149&CC_0104","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3164&CC_0104","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_0581","viamraid"

[HardwareIds.scsi.VCOMBORAID_I386_NT4]
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3349","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_5287","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_6287","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_0591","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_5337","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3249","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3149","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_3164","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_0581","viamraid"
id = "PCI\VEN_1106&DEV_5324","viamraid"

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Can't wait to try this on Monday....have a new server build/install giving loads of grief.

[Disks]

d1 = "Adaptec SAS RAID Windows 2003 Device Driver", \raidisk1, \

d2 = "Adaptec RAID Windows 2003 Device Driver", \raidisk1, \

[Defaults]

scsi = arcsas

[scsi]

arcsas = "Adaptec SAS RAID Controller", arcsas

arc = "Adaptec RAID Controller", arc

[Files.Scsi.arcsas]

driver = d1, arcsas.sys, arcsas

catalog = d1, arcsas.cat

inf = d1, arcsas.inf

[Config.arcsas]

value = "", Type, REG_DWORD, 1

value = "", Start, REG_DWORD, 0

value = "", Group, REG_SZ, "SCSI miniport"

value = "", ErrorControl, REG_DWORD, 1

value = Parameters\Device, NumberOfRequests, REG_DWORD, 0fe

[HardwareIds.scsi.arcsas]

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_02989005", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_02f21014", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_02999005", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_029A9005", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_02A49005", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_02A59005", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_95801014", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_95401014", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_02A29005", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_02A39005", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_02AC9005", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_02A79005", "arcsas"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_02A99005", "arcsas"

[Files.Scsi.arc]

driver = d2, arc.sys, arc

catalog = d2, arc.cat

inf = d2, arc.inf

[Config.arc]

value = "", Type, REG_DWORD, 1

value = "", Start, REG_DWORD, 0

value = "", Group, REG_SZ, "SCSI miniport"

value = "", ErrorControl, REG_DWORD, 1

value = Parameters\Device, NumberOfRequests, REG_DWORD, 0fe

[HardwareIds.scsi.arc]

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_02859005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_02869005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_02879005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_028A9005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_028E9005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_028B9005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_028F9005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_02909005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_02929005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_02939005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_028C9005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_028D9005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0285&SUBSYS_3227103C", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_029B9005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_029C9005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_029D9005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_029E9005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_029F9005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_02A09005", "arc"

id = "PCI\VEN_9005&DEV_0286&SUBSYS_02A19005", "arc"

#--The following lines give additional USB floppy support

id = "USB\VID_03F0&PID_2001", "usbstor" #--HP

id = "USB\VID_054C&PID_002C", "usbstor" #--Sony

id = "USB\VID_057B&PID_0001", "usbstor" #--Y-E Data

id = "USB\VID_0409&PID_0040", "usbstor" #--NEC

id = "USB\VID_0424&PID_0FDC", "usbstor" #--SMSC

id = "USB\VID_08BD&PID_1100", "usbstor" #--Iomega

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id = "USB\VID_03F0&PID_2001", "usbstor" #--HP

id = "USB\VID_054C&PID_002C", "usbstor" #--Sony

id = "USB\VID_057B&PID_0001", "usbstor" #--Y-E Data

id = "USB\VID_0409&PID_0040", "usbstor" #--NEC

id = "USB\VID_0424&PID_0FDC", "usbstor" #--SMSC

id = "USB\VID_08BD&PID_1100", "usbstor" #--Iomega

id = "USB\VID_055D&PID_2020", "usbstor" #--Samsung

Samsung added to the list...

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I found in my usbstor.inf following entries:

[Generic]

%GenericBulkOnly.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\Class_08&SubClass_02&Prot_50

%GenericBulkOnly.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\Class_08&SubClass_05&Prot_50

%GenericBulkOnly.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\Class_08&SubClass_06&Prot_50

[Mitsumi]

%USB\VID_03EE&PID_0000.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_03EE&PID_0000

%USB\VID_03EE&PID_6901.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_03EE&PID_6901

[HP]

%USB\VID_03F0&PID_0107.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_03F0&PID_0107

%USB\VID_03F0&PID_2001.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_03F0&PID_2001

%USB\VID_03F0&PID_4002.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_03F0&PID_4002

%USB\VID_03F0&PID_6102.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_03F0&PID_6102

[NEC]

%USB\VID_0409&PID_002C.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0409&PID_002C

%USB\VID_0409&PID_0040.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_0409&PID_0040

[sMSC]

%USB\VID_0424&PID_0FDC.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_0424&PID_0FDC

[iBM]

%USB\VID_04B3&PID_4427.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_04B3&PID_4427

[iOData]

%USB\VID_04BB&PID_0301.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_04BB&PID_0301

[FujiFilm]

%USB\VID_04CB&PID_0100.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_04CB&PID_0100

[scanLogic]

%USB\VID_04CE&PID_0002.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_04CE&PID_0002

[Panasonic]

%USB\VID_04DA&PID_0B01.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_04DA&PID_0B01

%USB\VID_04DA&PID_1B00.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CB, USB\VID_04DA&PID_1B00

%USB\VID_04DA&PID_0B03.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_04DA&PID_0B03

[sCM]

%USB\VID_04E6&PID_0001.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CB, USB\VID_04E6&PID_0001

%USB\VID_04E6&PID_0002.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_04E6&PID_0002

%USB\VID_04E6&PID_000A.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_04E6&PID_000A

%USB\VID_04E6&PID_0101.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_04E6&PID_0101

[sony]

%USB\VID_054C&PID_0022.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_054C&PID_0022

%USB\VID_054C&PID_0023.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CB, USB\VID_054C&PID_0023

%USB\VID_054C&PID_0024.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CB, USB\VID_054C&PID_0024

%USB\VID_054C&PID_0025.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CB, USB\VID_054C&PID_0025

%USB\VID_054C&PID_002C.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_054C&PID_002C

%USB\VID_054C&PID_0032.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI_NR, USB\VID_054C&PID_0032

%USB\VID_054C&PID_0037.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_054C&PID_0037

%USB\VID_054C&PID_0046.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_054C&PID_0046

%USB\VID_054C&PID_004A.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_054C&PID_004A

%USB\VID_054C&PID_0056.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI_NR, USB\VID_054C&PID_0056

%USB\VID_054C&PID_0058.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_054C&PID_0058

%USB\VID_054C&PID_0069.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI_NR, USB\VID_054C&PID_0069

[YEData]

%USB\VID_057B&PID_0000.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_057B&PID_0000

%USB\VID_057B&PID_0001.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_057B&PID_0001

%USB\VID_057B&PID_0010.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_057B&PID_0010

[iomega]

%USB\VID_059B&PID_0001.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_059B&PID_0001

%USB\VID_059B&PID_0030.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_059B&PID_0030

%USB\VID_059B&PID_0031.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_059B&PID_0031

%USB\VID_059B&PID_0032.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_059B&PID_0032

%USB\VID_059B&PID_0060.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_059B&PID_0060

[LaCie]

%USB\VID_059F&PID_A601.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CB, USB\VID_059F&PID_A601

%USB\VID_059F&PID_A602.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CB, USB\VID_059F&PID_A602

[TEAC]

%USB\VID_0644&PID_0000.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CBI, USB\VID_0644&PID_0000

%USB\VID_0644&PID_1000.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0644&PID_1000

[Hagiwara]

%USB\VID_0693&PID_0002.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0693&PID_0002

%USB\VID_0693&PID_0003.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0693&PID_0003

%USB\VID_0693&PID_0005.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0693&PID_0005

%USB\VID_0693&PID_0006.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0693&PID_0006

%USB\VID_0693&PID_0007&MI_00.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0693&PID_0007&MI_00

%USB\VID_0693&PID_000A.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0693&PID_000A

[imation]

%USB\VID_0718&PID_0002.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0718&PID_0002

%USB\VID_0718&PID_0003&MI_00.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0718&PID_0003&MI_00

[sanDisk]

%USB\VID_0781&PID_0001.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CB, USB\VID_0781&PID_0001

%USB\VID_0781&PID_0002&MI_00.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0781&PID_0002&MI_00

%USB\VID_0781&PID_0100.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_CB, USB\VID_0781&PID_0100

[Casio]

%USB\VID_07CF&PID_1001.DeviceDesc%=QV2KUX, USB\VID_07CF&PID_1001

[DioGraphy]

%USB\VID_0892&PID_0101.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0892&PID_0101

[M-Sys]

%USB\VID_08EC&PID_0010.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_08EC&PID_0010

[Addonics]

%USB\VID_0BF6&PID_1234.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0BF6&PID_1234

%USB\VID_0BF6&PID_0103.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_0BF6&PID_0103

[OnSpec]

%USB\VID_55AA&PID_0102.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_55AA&PID_0102

%USB\VID_55AA&PID_0103.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_55AA&PID_0103

%USB\VID_55AA&PID_1234.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_55AA&PID_1234

%USB\VID_55AA&PID_B004.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_55AA&PID_B004

%USB\VID_55AA&PID_B200&MI_00.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_55AA&PID_B200&MI_00

%USB\VID_55AA&PID_B204&MI_00.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_55AA&PID_B204&MI_00

%USB\VID_55AA&PID_B207&MI_00.DeviceDesc%=USBSTOR_BULK, USB\VID_55AA&PID_B207&MI_00

Is this possible to add this also in txtsetup.sif and/or dosnet.inf if needed?

Example:

Add following lines under section:

[HardwareIdsDatabase]

...

I don't know the correct syntax to implement this, maybe someone else has better knowledge to add those extra usb-floppy devices?

Greets from Belgium!

usbstor.inf

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Hi guys,

I tried this solution with a USB KEY and it doesn't work at all ! It's weird because the USB KEY use exactly the same principle.

1) - Get the USB\VID adress :

With Devcon I list all the " hardware ID's of devices. " with the command line : Devcon /hwids * > OUT.TXT

#-----------------------------------------------------#

USB\VID_0930&PID_6540F8125605192D91E

Name: USB Mass Storage Device

Hardware ID's:

USB\Vid_0930&Pid_6540&Rev_0200

USB\Vid_0930&Pid_6540

#-----------------------------------------------------#

2) - Add the new ID within the " txtsetup.oem "

#--The following lines give additional USB floppy support

id = "USB\VID_03F0&PID_2001", "usbstor" #--HP

id = "USB\VID_054C&PID_002C", "usbstor" #--Sony

id = "USB\VID_057B&PID_0001", "usbstor" #--Y-E Data

id = "USB\VID_0409&PID_0040", "usbstor" #--NEC

id = "USB\VID_0424&PID_0FDC", "usbstor" #--SMSC

id = "USB\VID_08BD&PID_1100", "usbstor" #--Iomega

id = "USB\VID_055D&PID_2020", "usbstor" #--Samsung

id = "USB\Vid_0930&Pid_6540", "usbstor" #--MY USB KEY *

3) - Go to the BIOS configuration and enable the floppy emulation over the USB KEY

On theory everything is fine, except the fact that it doesn't work :unsure: , any ideas ?

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