December 20th, 2007, 04:37 AM
Auto install USB driver
I'm using an USB modem with an .INF file which uses usbser.sys.
When i connect the modem, the user is asked for driver.
The driver works fine.
My problem is, that i use several different modems of the same type and
each time i connect such a modem I'm asked for the driver again.
Is it possible to install the driver once and new modems are automatically
installed without user interaction?
Just like USB Sticks!
Last edited by Tybor; December 20th, 2007 at 05:10 AM.
September 8th, 2011, 09:41 AM
Re: Auto install USB driver
I have the same question. This is quite an old post and I hope to bump it so that someone will answer.
My situation is slightly different. I have my own custom HID USB device and I have created software and an .inf file that works. The only problem I have is implementing the .inf so that when I plug in my custom device things are installed automatically like they would be if I bought a wireless keyboard. When you plug in the USB receiver it starts installing the drivers and notifies you in the system tray. Almost every USB HID has this component and I would like to implement it on my own HID USB. I feel like it is not as user friendly if they have to install the drivers manually.
Look forward to your advice.
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