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From: Andrew Whitaker (andrewTTFN.NET)
Date: Wed Mar 28 2001 - 02:34:01 CST
If you have a "a Pcsc noPnP driver for NT4.0" then simply change your .inf
file manually process the file and the device will appear as a non-pnp
device in the device manager but still works with out any problems although
more than the average number of re-boots are required.
I have done 5 different drivers for different readers that are all non-pnp
and this method works fine.
-- Andrew Whitaker mailto:andrewttfn.net
-----Original Message----- From: Mark Shnaider [mailto:markARX.COM] Sent: 28 March 2001 09:23 To: SmartCardDDKDISCUSS.MICROSOFT.COM Subject: Re: Install NoPnP Device
Hi, I had same problem for our noPnP Smartcard reader. I have solved this problem creating virtual PNP Smartcard reader (VSR). VSR translate all requests to noPNP device. I hope it help you. best regards Mark
Foramitti Laurent wrote:
> Hi all, > > I have already written a Pcsc noPnP driver for NT4.0 and it works fine. > Now I must write a PCSC driver for W2000, but I have a noPnP Smartcard > reader. > > So I think to write a PnP driver for this device, but I must register the > device in the list of new device but I don't know how (to obtain the PDO > parameter). > > Can you help me to register the NoPnP device, or have you an other > solution ??? > > Thanks for your help > > Laurent Foramitti