I have an own developed WinCE 5.2 target connected to my Windows XP PC via the USB cable using RNDIS. It has been running for several years. Now I need to support connection to WIndows 7 x64 bits PC as well. When plugging in the USB cable from my device to my Win7-PC it appears in Device Manager as a Network Adaptor 'Generic RNDIS (XR ITS)'. When doing 'Update driver software' using Old.inf file, it fails with the message: Windows was unable to install your Generic RNDIS (XR ITS) Windows could not find driver software for your device. So then I tried to use the ' Remote NDIS INF Template ' located at to create a New.inf file. The only thing done to the template in the first place was replacing the VIDxxxx/PIDyyyy with my own. When doing 'Update driver software' in Windows 7 using this new driver, it failed with the message: Windows encountered a problem installing the driver software for your device Windows found driver software for your device but encountered an error while attempting to install it.
Remote NDIS based Device The rquired line was not found in the INF. I have tied to add different stuff from my Old.inf file to see if I can come around this without success. I have no idea what might be the problem and need some help. Is there a way to run.inf in some kind of debug to see what is the problem?
Windows Xp Rndis Driver
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