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You need to download the.inf file with the vendor and device ids, and the.pdb file and compile these files into a.inf file.
A good example can be found on the Davicom website here: http://www.davicom.com/download-davicom-usb-driver-for-win-7/
A lot of them are for Davicom devices, but this is the one I needed:
So the only solution I found, was to use the WinUSB driver, that comes with a lot of third party USB drivers. It is very limited, it enables vendor and device ids to be set but it does not look in the registry, it looks for vendor and device ids in the user's configuration. Not being an expert on winusb I am not sure if this is the right way to do it but it worked and I got my Davicom device to work in Windows 7 with the Davicom driver.
After you have the.inf file and the.pdb file, you can put this in a.inf file and you are done.
I did not find a.pdb file for this USB device, so I just used the.inf file from the original Davicom driver I used before.
I used this command to make a.inf file with my ids:
It's probably the best of the Davicom adapters, the ones that were provided with the X-Fi cards are absolutely crap, incompatible with some USB devices and can only work with the regular Windows audio adapters, so I could never use it with my X-Fi cards. 827ec27edc