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c:WINDOWSsystem nom du fichier = setup



[setup]
help = setup.hlp

Place any programs here that should be run at the end
of setup.
These apps will be run in order of their appearance
here.
[run]

[dialog]
caption = Windows Setup
exit = Exit Windows Setup
title = Installing Windows 3.1
options = In addition to installing Windows 3.1,
you can:
printwait = Please wait while Setup configures your
printers
copywait = Welcome to Microsoft Windows 3.1! -
If youre new to Windows, see A Brief Tour of
Microsoft Windows in the Getting Started book. -
If youve used Windows before, see New in This
Version in the Getting Started book.

copywait4=Make sure you register your copy of
Microsoft Windows 3.1.When you register, Microsoft
will: - Notify you of product updates and new
product releases. - Send you a FREE Windows
newsletter.

copywait5 = This would be a great time to remove
the serial number label from the inside back cover of
the Getting Started with Windowsbook and place it on
your computer for future reference.

[data]
Disk space required
type of setup= Full install space, Min install
space

upd2x386full = 10000000,6144000 10.0 Mb, 6.144 Mb
upd2x286full = 9000000,6144000 9.0 Mb, 6.144 Mb
upd3x386full = 5500000,5000000 5.5 Mb, 5.0 Mb
upd3x286full = 5500000,5000000 5.5 Mb, 5.0 Mb


new386full = 10000000,6144000 10.0 Mb, 6.144 Mb
new286full = 9000000,6144000 9.0 Mb, 6.144 Mb

netadmin = 16000000 16.0 Mb
netadminupd = 16000000 16.0 Mb
upd2x386net = 300000 .3 Mb
upd3x386net = 300000 .3 Mb
upd2x286net = 300000 .3 Mb
upd3x286net = 300000 .3 Mb
new386net = 300000,300000 .3 Mb, .3 Mb
new286net = 300000,300000 .3 Mb, .3 Mb




Defaults used in setting up and names of a few files
startup = WIN.COM
defdir = C:WINDOWS
shortname = Windows
welcome = Windows 3.1
deflang = enu
defxlat = 437
defkeydll = usadll
register = regedit /s /u setup.reg
tutor = wintutor.exe
NetSetup = FALSE
MouseDrv = TRUE
Version = 3.1.040

This is data needed by the MS-DOS half of setup so that
it can copy the
proper kernel and start Windows for the GUI portion of
setup.

** MS-DOS documentation says that first byte of command
line for 4a call
** should be space. == in execcmd RHS leave first
space as it is now
[winexec]
execstd = dosx.exe
execcmd = krnl286.exe /b /q:
exechimem = xmsmmgr.exe
himemcmd =
Krnl386 = 2:krnl386.exe
Krnl286 = 2:krnl286.exe
dosx = 2:dosx.exe

Names of the disks Setup can prompt for.
[disks]
1 =. ,Microsoft Windows 3.1 Disk #1,disk1
2 =. ,Microsoft Windows 3.1 Disk #2,disk2
3 =. ,Microsoft Windows 3.1 Disk #3,disk3
4 =. ,Microsoft Windows 3.1 Disk #4,disk4
5 =. ,Microsoft Windows 3.1 Disk #5,disk5
6 =. ,Microsoft Windows 3.1 Disk #6,disk6
7 =. ,Microsoft Windows 3.1 Disk #7,disk7

[oemdisks]
Z =. ,HP DeskJet Series v2.0 disk from printer box
or contact HP,diskz

[user]
3:setup.ini, noupdate

[windows]
1:setup.hlp
1:setup.txt
1:win.src, Net
2:system.src, Net
1:winhelp.exe
3:control.hlp

[windows.system]
1:gdi.exe
3:user.exe
2:win.cnf
1:lzexpand.dll
2:ver.dll

[windows.system.386]
1:cpwin386.cpl

[386max]
2:386max.vxd
3:windows.lod

[bluemax]
2:bluemax.vxd
3:windows.lod

[shell]
progman.exe, Program Manager

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
: !!! The description strings should not be changed.
!!! Changing description strings can result in old
drivers not being
!!! upgraded since Setup uses the description string to
determine what
!!! driver is installed and whether a new, upgraded
driver is provided
!!! with this version of Windows.
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


[display]
profile = driver, Description of
driver, resolution, 286
grabber, logo code, VDD,
386grabber, ega.sys, logo data, optional work
section

8514 =
1:8514.drv, 8514/a,
100,120,120, 1:vgacolor.2gr, 2:vgalogo.lgo,
2:vdd8514.386, 2:vgadib.3gr,, 3:vgalogo.rle,
8514
8514s = 1:8514.drv, 8514/a Small
fonts, 100,96,96,
1:vgacolor.2gr, 2:vgalogo.lgo, 2:vdd8514.386,
2:vgadib.3gr,, 3:vgalogo.rle, 8514s
plasma = 2:plasma.drv, Compaq Portable
Plasma, 100,96,96,
2:cga.2gr, 3:cgalogo.lgo, 2:vddcga.386,
2:plasma.3gr,, 3:cgalogo.rle
egahires =
2:ega.drv, EGA,
133,96,72, 2:egacolor.2gr, 2:egalogo.lgo,
2:vddega.386, 1:ega.3gr, 2:ega.SYS, 2:egalogo.rle
egahibw = 2:egahibw.drv, EGA black and white 286
only, 133,96,72, 2:egacolor.2gr,
3:cgalogo.lgo,,, 2:ega.SYS,
3:cgalogo.rle
egamono = 2:egamono.drv, EGA Monochrome 286
only, 133,96,72,
2:egamono.2gr,
2:egamono.lgo,,, 2:ega.SYS,
3:egamono.rle
hercules = 2:hercules.drv, Hercules
Monochrome, 133,96,72,
2:hercules.2gr, 2:herclogo.lgo, 2:vddherc.386,
2:herc.3gr,, 2:herclogo.rle
mcga = 2:vgamono.drv, IBM MCGA 286
only, 100,96,96,
1:vgacolor.2gr,
3:cgalogo.lgo,,,,
3:cgalogo.rle, vgamono
olibw = 2:olibw.drv, Olivetti/AT&T Monochrome or
PVC Display, 120,96,80, 2:oligrab.2gr,
3:cgalogo.lgo, 2:vddcga.386, 2:plasma.3gr,,
3:cgalogo.rle
ct441 = 3:vga.drv, QuadVGA, ATI VIP VGA, 82C441
VGAs, 100,96,96, 1:vgacolor.2gr,
2:vgalogo.lgo, 1:vddct441.386, 3:vga30.3gr,,
3:vgalogo.rle
tiga1 = 2:tiga.drv, TIGA Small
fonts, 100,96,96,
1:vgacolor.2gr, 2:vgalogo.lgo, 1:vddtiga.386,
2:vgadib.3gr,, 3:vgalogo.rle, tiga1
tiga2 = 2:tiga.drv, TIGA Large
fonts, 100,120,120,
1:vgacolor.2gr, 2:vgalogo.lgo, 1:vddtiga.386,
2:vgadib.3gr,, 3:vgalogo.rle, tiga2
vga =
3:vga.drv, VGA,
100,96,96, 1:vgacolor.2gr, 2:vgalogo.lgo,
x:*vddvga, 1:vga.3gr,, 3:vgalogo.rle
vga30 = 3:vga.drv, VGA Version
3.0, 100,96,96,
1:vgacolor.2gr, 2:vgalogo.lgo, 1:vddvga30.386,
3:vga30.3gr,, 3:vgalogo.rle
vgamono = 2:vgamono.drv, VGA with Monochrome
display, 100,96,96,
2:vgamono.2gr, 2:egamono.lgo, x:*vddvga,
2:vgadib.3gr,, 3:egamono.rle, vgamono
svga = 2:supervga.drv, Super VGA 800x600, 16
colors, 100,96,96, 1:vgacolor.2gr,
2:vgalogo.lgo, x:*vddvga, 1:vga.3gr,,
3:vgalogo.rle
v7vga = 2:v7vga.drv, Video 7 512K, 640x480 256
colors, 100,96,96, 1:vgacolor.2gr,
2:vgalogo.lgo, 2:v7vdd.386, 2:v7vga.3gr,,
3:vgalogo.rle, v7b
v7c = 2:v7vga.drv, Video 7 512K, 720x512 256
colors, 100,96,96, 1:vgacolor.2gr,
2:vgalogo.lgo, 2:v7vdd.386, 2:v7vga.3gr,,
3:vgalogo.rle, v7c
v7d = 2:v7vga.drv, Video 7 1Mb, 800x600 256
colors, 100,96,96, 1:vgacolor.2gr,
2:vgalogo.lgo, 2:v7vdd.386, 2:v7vga.3gr,,
3:vgalogo.rle, v7d
v7e = 2:v7vga.drv, Video 7 1Mb, 1024x768 256
colors Large fonts,100,120,120, 1:vgacolor.2gr,
2:vgalogo.lgo, 2:v7vdd.386, 2:v7vga.3gr,,
3:vgalogo.rle, v7e
v7f = 2:v7vga.drv, Video 7 1Mb, 1024x768 256
colors Small fonts,100,96,96, 1:vgacolor.2gr,
2:vgalogo.lgo, 2:v7vdd.386, 2:v7vga.3gr,,
3:vgalogo.rle, v7f
xga16 = 3:vga.drv, XGA 640x480, 16
colors, 100,96,96,
1:vgacolor.2gr, 2:vgalogo.lgo, 1:vddvga30.386,
3:vga30.3gr,, 3:vgalogo.rle
xgasm = 1:xga.drv, XGA Small
fonts, 100,96,96,
1:vgacolor.2gr, 2:vgalogo.lgo, 2:vddxga.386,
2:v7vga.3gr,, 3:vgalogo.rle, xgasm
xgalg = 1:xga.drv, XGA Large
fonts, 100,120,120,
1:vgacolor.2gr, 2:vgalogo.lgo, 2:vddxga.386,
2:v7vga.3gr,, 3:vgalogo.rle, xgalg
xgalo = 1:xga.drv, XGA 640x480, 256
colors, 100,96,96,
1:vgacolor.2gr, 2:vgalogo.lgo, 2:vddxga.386,
2:v7vga.3gr,, 3:vgalogo.rle, xgalo


Optional sections listed in field 9 of the display
secton are intrpreted as follows:

File, Destination, .ini file, Section, LHS, RHS

Where: x:File = Optional file to be copied,
may be left null.
Destination = 0: for windows root or 0:system
for system subdir
where file is to be copied.
.ini file = Optional .ini file to be
modified or created.
Must be included if following
parameters specified.
Section = Section of .ini file to be
modified.
OldLine = Optional old line to be
removed from the .ini file.
Only one occurence of the
specified string is removed.
NewLine = New text line to be written to
the .ini file.

[v7vga]
x:v7vga.vxd, 0:system, system.ini,
386enh, v7device=, display=v7vdd.386

[vgamono]
,,system.ini,386enh,vgamono=,vgamono=TRUE

[8514]
,,system.ini,8514.DRV,dpi=,dpi0

[8514s]
,,system.ini,8514.DRV,dpi=,dpi

[tiga1]
2:tigawin.rlm,0:system,system.ini,tiga.drv,tigafont=,
tigafont=1

[tiga2]
2:tigawin.rlm,0:system,system.ini,tiga.drv,tigafont=,
tigafont=0

[v7b]
,,system.ini,v7vga.drv,WidthXHeight=,WidthXHeightd0x4
80
,,system.ini,v7vga.drv,FontSize=,FontSize=small

[v7c]
,,system.ini,v7vga.drv,WidthXHeight=,WidthXHeightr0x5
12
,,system.ini,v7vga.drv,FontSize=,FontSize=small

[v7d]
,,system.ini,v7vga.drv,WidthXHeight=,WidthXHeight0x6
00
,,system.ini,v7vga.drv,FontSize=,FontSize=small

[v7e]
,,system.ini,v7vga.drv,WidthXHeight=,WidthXHeight24x
768
,,system.ini,v7vga.drv,FontSize=,FontSize=large

[v7f]
,,system.ini,v7vga.drv,WidthXHeight=,WidthXHeight24x
768
,,system.ini,v7vga.drv,FontSize=,FontSize=small

[xgasm]
,,system.ini,XGA_Display,XGA_Resolution=,
,,system.ini,XGA_Display,XGA_Resources=,XGA_Resources=1


[xgalg]
,,system.ini,XGA_Display,XGA_Resolution=,
,,system.ini,XGA_Display,XGA_Resources=,XGA_Resources=2


[xgalo]
,,system.ini,XGA_Display,XGA_Resolution=,XGA_Resolution
=1
,,system.ini,XGA_Display,XGA_Resources=,XGA_Resources=1


copy these fonts depending on the 386 grabber being used
[VGA.3gr]
2:CGA40WOA.FON,2:CGA40850.FON
2:CGA80WOA.FON,2:CGA80850.FON
2:EGA40WOA.FON,2:EGA40850.FON
2:EGA80WOA.FON,2:EGA80850.FON

[VGA30.3gr]
2:CGA40WOA.FON,2:CGA40850.FON
2:CGA80WOA.FON,2:CGA80850.FON
2:EGA40WOA.FON,2:EGA40850.FON
2:EGA80WOA.FON,2:EGA80850.FON

[V7VGA.3gr]
2:CGA40WOA.FON,2:CGA40850.FON
2:CGA80WOA.FON,2:CGA80850.FON
2:EGA40WOA.FON,2:EGA40850.FON
2:EGA80WOA.FON,2:EGA80850.FON

[EGA.3gr]
2:CGA40WOA.FON,2:CGA40850.FON
2:CGA80WOA.FON,2:CGA80850.FON
2:EGA40WOA.FON,2:EGA40850.FON
2:EGA80WOA.FON,2:EGA80850.FON

[vgadib.3gr]
2:CGA40WOA.FON,2:CGA40850.FON
2:CGA80WOA.FON,2:CGA80850.FON
2:EGA40WOA.FON,2:EGA40850.FON
2:EGA80WOA.FON,2:EGA80850.FON

[PLASMA.3gr]
2:EGA40WOA.FON,2:EGA40850.FON
2:EGA80WOA.FON,2:EGA80850.FON

[HERC.3gr]
2:HERCWOA.FON,2:HERC850.FON

[TIGA.3GR]
2:CGA40WOA.FON,2:CGA40850.FON
2:CGA80WOA.FON,2:CGA80850.FON
2:EGA40WOA.FON,2:EGA40850.FON
2:EGA80WOA.FON,2:EGA80850.FON

[keyboard.drivers]
kbd = 2:keyboard.drv
kbdhp = 1:kbdhp.drv

[keyboard.types]
t3s0alat = All AT type keyboards 84 - 86
keys ,nodll
t1s2at&t = AT&T 301
keyboard ,nodll
t1s4at&t = AT&T 302
keyboard ,nodll
t4s0enha = Enhanced 101 or 102 key US and Non US
keyboards ,nodll
t3s0hp1 = Hewlett-Packard Vectra keyboard
DIN ,nodll
t4s40oliv = Olivetti 101/102 A
keyboard ,nodll
t1s0oliv = Olivetti 83 key
keyboard ,nodll
t3s10oliv = Olivetti 86 Key
keyboard ,nodll
t2s1oliv = Olivetti M24 102 key
keyboard ,usadll
t1s42oliv = PC-XT 83 key
keyboard ,nodll
t1s0pcxt = PC/XT - Type keyboard 84
keys ,nodll

[keyboard.tables]
beldll = 2:kbdbe.dll , Belgian
bridll = 2:kbduk.dll , British
cafdll = 2:kbdfc.dll , Canadian Multilingual
dandll = 2:kbdda.dll , Danish
dutdll = 2:kbdne.dll , Dutch
findll = 2:kbdfi.dll , Finnish
fredll = 2:kbdfr.dll , French
candll = 2:kbdca.dll , French Canadian
gerdll = 2:kbdgr.dll , German
icedll = 2:kbdic.dll , Icelandic
itadll = 2:kbdit.dll , Italian
latdll = 2:kbdla.dll , Latin American
nordll = 2:kbdno.dll , Norwegian
pordll = 2:kbdpo.dll , Portuguese
spadll = 3:kbdsp.dll , Spanish
swedll = 3:kbdsw.dll , Swedish
swfdll = 2:kbdsf.dll , Swiss French
swgdll = 2:kbdsg.dll , Swiss German
nodll = , US
usadll = 3:kbdus.dll , US
usddll = 3:kbddv.dll , US-Dvorak
usxdll = 2:kbdusx.dll, US-International

[codepages]
Xlat Table OEM Font WOA Font
Description
863 = 1:xlat863.bin, 3:vga863.fon,
1:app850.fon, Canadian-French 863
861 = 2:xlat861.bin, 2:vga861.fon,
1:app850.fon, Icelandic 861
865 = 3:xlat865.bin, 3:vga865.fon, 1:app850.fon, Nordic
865
850 = 1:xlat850.bin, 2:vga850.fon, 1:app850.fon, Multi-
Lingual 850
860 = 2:xlat860.bin, 2:vga860.fon,
1:app850.fon, Portuguese 860
437 = , , 3:dosapp.fon, English
437

[pointing.device]

Note: the VMD field may contain multiple VXDs in the
form x:*vmd,2:1vmd.386.
Please note, however, that if multiple VXDs are
specified in the VMD field
they must be surrounded by double quotes .

profile = mouse driver, Mouse
description, VMD, Optional work
section

hpmouse = 2:hpmouse.drv, HP Mouse HP-
HIL, x:*vmd
lmouse =
2:lmouse.drv, Logitech,
2:lvmd.386, lmouse
ps2mouse = 2:mouse.drv, Microsoft, or IBM
PS/2, x:*vmd
genius1 = 2:mscmouse.drv,Genius serial mouse on
COM1 , 2:mscvmd.386
genius2 = 3:msc3bc2.drv, Genius serial mouse on
COM2 , 2:mscvmd.386
msmouse2 = 2:mscmouse.drv,Mouse Systems serial or bus
mouse, 2:mscvmd.386
msmouse1 = 3:msc3bc2.drv, Mouse Systems serial mouse on
COM2,2:mscvmd.386
nomouse = 2:nomouse.drv, No mouse or other pointing
device, x:*vmd
kbdmouse = 3:kbdmouse.drv,Olivetti/AT&T Keyboard
Mouse, x:*vmd

[lmouse]
2:lmouse.com,0:,,,,

[dos.mouse.drivers]
mouse.sys = 5:mouse.SYS, MS Dos Mouse driver .SYS
ver 7.XX
mouse.com = 4:mouse.com, MS Dos Mouse driver .COM
ver 7.XX
mousehp.sys = 5:mousehp.SYS, HP Dos Mouse driver .SYS
ver 7.XX
mousehp.com = 4:mousehp.com, HP Dos Mouse driver .COM
ver 7.XX

[network]
Prof = Driver, Description,
HelpFile,OptFile,Optional section
nonet = ,No Network
Installed ,,,nonet_stuff
3open = ,3Com 3+Open
3share = ,3Com
3+Share ,,,msnet_s
tuff
lantastic = ,Artisoft LANtastic
banyan = ,Banyan Vines
dlr = ,IBM OS/2 LAN Server
pclp = ,IBM PC LAN Program
lanman = ,Microsoft LAN Manager
msnet = ,Microsoft Network or 100%
compatible, ,,,msnet_stuff
novell = ,Novell NetWare
pathworks = ,DEC PATHWORKS
10net = ,TCS 10Net

[3open.versions]
xx010000=versions 1.X,,3open1
00020000=version 2.0 Basic,,lmbasic
01020000=version 2.0 Enhanced,,lmenh20

[lantastic.versions]
xx000000=versions below 3.0,,unsupported_net
xx030000=versions 3.X,,lant3
xx040000=versions 4.X,lantasti.386,lant4def,lant4

[banyan.versions]
xx000000=versions below 4.0,,unsupported_net
xx040000=versions 4.0X,,ban4
xx041000=version 4.1,z:vines.drv,ban41def,ban41

[pathworks.versions]
xx000000=versions below 4.0,,unsupported_net
xx040000=version 4.0,,dec4
xx040100=version 4.1 or higher,,dec41

[dlr.versions]
xx000000=versions below 1.2,,unsupported_net
00012000=without /API option,,dlr12
01012000=version 1.2 or 1.3,,dlr12
01013000=version 1.3 CSD 5015/5050,,dlr13csd
01020000=version 2.0,,dlr20

[pclp.versions]
xx000000=all versions,,pclp

[lanman.versions]
xx000000=versions 1.X,,lmbasic
00020000=version 2.0 Basic,,lmbasic
01020000=version 2.0 Enhanced,,lmenh20
00021000=version 2.1 Basic,,lmbasic21
01021000=version 2.1
Enhanced,lanman21.drv,lmenh21nodrv,lmenh21

[novell.versions]
00000000=shell versions below 3.01,,unsupported_net
00030100=shell versions below 3.21,,novell301
00032100=shell versions 3.21 and above,,novell321
00032600=shell versions 3.26 and above,,novell326

[10net.versions]
xx000000=versions below 4.1,,unsupported_net
00041000=versions 4.1X,,10net41
01041000=versions 4.1X with DCA 1M card,,10net41a
xx042000=versions 4.2 and
above,wtnet.drv,10net42def,10net42
xx050000=version 5.0,wtnet.drv,10net42def,10net50

[nonet_stuff]
vxd=x:*dosnet,x:*vnetbios

[msnet_stuff]
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*dosnet,x:*vnetbios
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSection,10000
system.ini86Enh,UniqueDOSPSP,TRUE
system.ini86Enh,PSPIncrement,5

[3open1]
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet,2:lanman10.386
warning=2
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSection,10000
system.ini86Enh,UniqueDOSPSP,TRUE
system.ini86Enh,PSPIncrement=5

[unsupported_net]
warning=1

[lant3]
warning=2
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet
system.ini86Enh,INDOSPolling,TRUE
system.ini86Enh,EMMExclude,D800-DFFF
system.ini86Enh,NetHeapSize,76
win.ini=Ports,LPT1.DOS,
win.ini=Ports,LPT2.DOS,
win.ini=Ports,LPT3.DOS,
system.ini86Enh,NetAsynchTimeout,50
system.ini86Enh,NetAsynchFallback,true

[lant4]
driver=1:msnet.drv
system.ini86Enh,network,lantasti.386, *vnetbios
system.ini86Enh,EMMExclude,D800-DFFF
system.ini86Enh,PerVMFiles,0
system.ini86Enh,NetHeapSize,64
system.ini86Enh,NetAsynchTimeout,50
system.ini86Enh,NetAsynchFallback,true

[lant4def]
warning=3
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet
system.ini86Enh,EMMExclude,D800-DFFF
system.ini86Enh,PerVMFiles,0
system.ini86Enh,NetHeapSize,64
system.ini86Enh,NetAsynchTimeout,50
system.ini86Enh,NetAsynchFallback,true

[ban4]
warning=2
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet,2:baninst.386
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSectionP00
system.ini86Enh,UniqueDOSPSP,TRUE
system.ini86Enh,PSPIncrement,5

[ban41]
paths other than windows disk only works for sysdir or
windir
sysdir=z:vines.drv,z:vvinesd.386
sysdir=z:vnsapi.dll,z:vnsapi.dll,z:vines.dll,z:ddeli
b.dll
system.ini=boot,network.drv,vines.drv
system.ini86Enh,network,*vnetbios,*dosnet,vvinesd.386
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSection,5000
system.ini86Enh,UniqueDOSPSP,TRUE
system.ini86Enh,PSPIncrement,5

[ban41def]
warning=3
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSectionP00
system.ini86Enh,UniqueDOSPSP,TRUE
system.ini86Enh,PSPIncrement,5

[dec4]
warning=2
driver=2:pcsa.drv
vxd=x:*dosnet,2:decnet.386,2:decnb.386
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSection,10000

[dec41]
driver=2:pcsa.drv
vxd=x:*dosnet,2:decnet.386,2:decnb.386
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSection,10000

[dlr12]
warning=2
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet

[dlr13csd]
warning=3
driver=2:lanman.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet
sysdir=2:netapi20.dll,2:pmspl20.dll
update=3:lanman.hlp,3:winpopup.hlp,2:winpopup.exe

[dlr20]
system.ini=boot,network.drv,lansrv.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet
update=3:winpopup.hlp,2:winpopup.exe

[pclp]
warning=2
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet
system.ini86Enh,INDOSPolling,TRUE

[lmbasic]
warning=2
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*dosnet,x:*vnetbios,2:lanman10.386

[lmbasic21]
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*dosnet,x:*vnetbios,2:lanman10.386

[lmenh20]
warning=2
driver=2:lanman.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet
sysdir=2:netapi20.dll,2:pmspl20.dll
update=3:lanman.hlp,2:winpopup.exe,3:winpopup.hlp

[lmenh21nodrv]
warning=3
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*dosnet,x:*vnetbios

[lmenh21]
warning=2
system.ini=boot,network.drv,lanman21.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet
update=2:winpopup.exe,3:winpopup.hlp

[novell301]
warning=2
driver=2:netware.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,2:vnetware.386,2:vipx.386
sysdir=3:netware.hlp,3:nwpopup.exe
sysdir=2:ipx.obj,3:netx.com
sysdir=3:ipxodi.com,2:lsl.com
sysdir=3:tbmi2.com
win.ini=windows,load,nwpopup.exe
system.ini86Enh,OverlappedIO=off

[novell321]
warning=2
driver=2:netware.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,2:vnetware.386,2:vipx.386
sysdir=3:netware.hlp,3:nwpopup.exe
sysdir=2:ipx.obj,3:netx.com
sysdir=3:ipxodi.com,2:lsl.com
sysdir=3:tbmi2.com
win.ini=windows,load,nwpopup.exe
system.ini86Enh,OverlappedIO=off

[novell326]
driver=2:netware.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,2:vnetware.386,2:vipx.386
sysdir=3:netware.hlp,3:nwpopup.exe
sysdir=2:ipx.obj,3:netx.com
sysdir=3:ipxodi.com,2:lsl.com
sysdir=3:tbmi2.com
win.ini=windows,load,nwpopup.exe
system.ini86Enh,OverlappedIO=off

[10net41]
warning=2
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSection,10000

[10net41a]
warning=2
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSection,10000
system.ini86Enh,UniqueDOSPSP,TRUE
system.ini86Enh,PSPIncrement,5
system.ini86Enh,INDOSPolling,TRUE

[10net42]
system.ini=boot,network.drv,wtnet.drv
vxd=x:*vnetbios,x:*dosnet
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSection,10000
windirnet.ini

[10net42def]
warning=3
driver=1:msnet.drv
vxd=x:*dosnet,x:*vnetbios
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSection,2000

[10net50]
warning=3
system.ini=boot,network.drv,wtnet.drv
vxd=x:*dosnet,x:*vnetbios
system.ini86Enh,TimerCriticalSection,2000
windirnet.ini

[sysfonts]
2:egasys.fon,EGA 640x350 resolution System
Font, 133,96,72
2:vgasys.fon,VGA 640x480 resolution System
Font, 100,96,96
2:8514sys.fon,8514/a 1024x768 resolution System
Font, 100,120,120
2:egasys.fon,AT&T 640x400 resolution System
Font, 120,96,80

[fixedfonts]
1:egafix.fon,EGA 640x350 resolution Fixed System
Font, 133,96,72
2:vgafix.fon,VGA 640x480 resolution Fixed System
Font, 100,96,96
2:8514fix.fon,8514/a 1024x768 resolution Fixed System
Font, 100,120,120
1:egafix.fon,AT&T 640x400 resolution Fixed System
Font, 120,96,80

[oemfonts]
2:egaoem.fon,EGA 640x350 resolution Terminal Font
USA/Europe, 133,96,72,1
2:vgaoem.fon,VGA 640x480 resolution Terminal Font
USA/Europe, 100,96,96,1
2:8514oem.fon,8514/a 1024x768 resolution Terminal Font
USA/Europe, 100,120,120,1
2:egaoem.fon,AT&T 640x400 resolution Terminal Font
USA/Europe,120,96,80,1

The win.copy section is a list of files or sections
to copy to the WINDOWS
directoy.

FORMAT from,to

IE
1:foo.txt, 0: copy foo.txt from disk 1 to
the windows directory
#386, 0:system copy all files in the 386
SECTION to the


[win.copy]
copy this section for setup on 286 machines
#net, 0:
#win.shell, 0:
#win.other, 0:system

[win.copy.net]
copy this section for network setup on 286 machines
#net, 0:

[win.copy.net.win386]
copy this section for network setup on 386 machines
#net, 0:

[win.copy.win386]
copy this section for full setup on 386 machines
#net, 0:
#win.shell, 0:
#pwin386, 0:system
#win.other, 0:system

[net]
6:CONTROL.SRC, Windows User Files
5:WINVER

[win.devices]
These devices will be copied on all machines
4:HIMEM.SYS, XMS Memory Manager
5:SMARTDRV.EXE, Disk Caching Program
5:RAMDRIVE.SYS, RAM Drive Program

[win.devices.win386]
These devices will be copied on 386 machines only
4:HIMEM.SYS, XMS Memory Manager
4:EMM386.EXE, LIM Expanded Memory Manager
5:SMARTDRV.EXE, Disk Caching Program
5:RAMDRIVE.SYS, RAM Drive Program

[win.other]
5:WINOLDAP.MOD, Windows Drivers
4:WIN87EM.DLL
5:SYSEDIT.EXE
4:COMMDLG.DLL
5:DDEML.DLL
4:OLECLI.DLL
5:OLESVR.DLL
5:DSWAP.EXE
5:WSWAP.EXE
6:SETUP.REG
5:SHELL.DLL
5:MAIN.CPL
4:MIDIMAP.DRV
6:MIDIMAP.CFG
6:SND.CPL
5:DRIVERS.CPL
5:MMSYSTEM.DLL
6:MMTASK.TSK
3:TIMER.DRV
5:MCISEQ.DRV
6:MCIWAVE.DRV
6:CONTROL.INF
6:APPS.INF
5:TOOLHELP.DLL

[win.shell]
4:PROGMAN.EXE, Program Manager
6:TASKMAN.EXE, Task Manager
4:WINFILE.EXE, File Manager
4:CLIPBRD.EXE, Clipboard Viewer
4:CONTROL.EXE, Control Panel
5:PIFEDIT.EXE, PIF Editor
3:REGEDIT.EXE, Registration database
4:PRINTMAN.EXE, Print Manager
5:MSD.EXE, Microsoft Diagnostics
6:msd.ini
3:WRITE.EXE, Write Word Processor
4:WRITE.HLP, Write Word Processor Help
4:moricons.dll Icons

[pwin386]
4:WINOA386.MOD, 386 Enhanced Mode files
6:WIN386.PS2
5:WIN386.EXE
3:VTDAPI.386

[DelFiles]
Statically initialize the list of files that will be
DELETED during the
3.0 to 3.1 up-grade process. Add or remove items from
this list at will,
Wildcards accepted in list
The first files in the list are deleted from Windows
system dirlocal setup.
Nb : Note that DelFiles section always is processed
before RenFiles section.
tmsr?.fon
helv?.fon
swapfile.exe
kernel.exe
pmspl.dll
netapi.dll
midi.cpl
_default.pif
All files in the list AFTER this point will be deleted
from Windows dir.
WARNING: The .. is needed, the code depends on it!!!
..setup.inf
shell.dll
olecli.dll
olesvr.dll
commdlg.dll
ver.dll
toolhelp.dll
*.pcl
3270.txt
networks.txt
printers.txt
readme.txt
sysini?.txt
winini?.txt
DRWATSON.EXE
Various names for old Windows SETUP.EXE
SETUP.EXE
INSTALL.EXE
ASETTA.EXE
CONFIG.EXE
INSTALAR.EXE
KURMA.EXE

[RenFiles]
Similar section but for file renaming to create .bak if
needed
MIDIMAP.CFG,MIDIMAP.OLD
ADLIB.DRV,MSADLIB.DRV


The win.apps, win.games, win.scrs, win.bmps, and
win.readme sections are
all formatted as described below.

X:FileName, Description, FileSize, Profile
String

Where profile string is used by setup.exe to lookup
the item in the
appropiate progman groups section to determine if and
how the item is
to be added to a Program manager group via DDE. The
profile string is
also used to lookup and needed dependent files in the
[win.dependents]
section.

[win.apps]
5:CALC.EXE, Calculator , 43072,
calc
4:CALENDAR.EXE, Calendar , 59824,
calendar
4:CARDFILE.EXE, Cardfile , 93184,
cardfile
4:CLOCK.EXE, Clock , 16416,
clock
3:NOTEPAD.EXE, Notepad , 32736,
notepad
5:PBRUSH.EXE, Paintbrush , 183168,
pbrush
4:TERMINAL.EXE, Terminal , 148160,
terminal
5:CALC.HLP, Calculator Help , 18076
5:CALENDAR.HLP, Calendar Help , 20656
4:CARDFILE.HLP, Cardfile Help , 24810
4:NOTEPAD.HLP, Notepad Help , 13894
4:PBRUSH.HLP, Paintbrush Help , 40269
3:RECORDER.EXE, Recorder , 39152,
recorder
3:RECORDER.HLP, Recorder Help , 18200
4:TERMINAL.HLP, Terminal Help , 36279
4:PACKAGER.EXE, Object Packager , 76480,
packager
3:PACKAGER.HLP, Object Packager Help , 21156
3:CHARMAP.EXE, Character Map , 22016,
charmap
4:CHARMAP.HLP, Character Map Help , 10797
5:MPLAYER.EXE, Media Player , 33312,
mplayer
3:MPLAYER.HLP, Media Player Help , 12825
4:SOUNDREC.EXE, Sound Recorder , 51241,
soundrec

3:SOUNDREC.HLP, Sound Recorder Help , 17730
6:CLIPBRD.HLP, Clipboard Viewer Help , 13071
4:DRWATSON.EXE, Dr. Watson System Utility , 26864
5:PIFEDIT.HLP, PIF Editor Help , 33270
4:PRINTMAN.HLP, Print Manager Help , 40879
5:PROGMAN.HLP, Program Manager Help , 30911
6:REGEDIT.HLP, Registration Help , 22681
5:REGEDITV.HLP, Registration Advanced Help, 15731
3:WINFILE.HLP, File Manager Help , 76855
3:WINTUTOR.EXE, Windows Tutorial , 124416,
wintutor
3:WINHELP.HLP, Help Utility Help , 26960
3:GLOSSARY.HLP, Glossary Help , 46570
3:EXPAND.EXE, File Expansion Utility , 15285
diskspace06946

[win.dependents]
pbrush = 4:PBRUSH.DLL
recorder = 3:RECORDER.DLL
wintutor = 4:WINTUTOR.DAT

[win.games]
4:SOL.EXE, Solitaire , 180688, sol
4:WINMINE.EXE, Minesweeper , 27776, winmine
5:SOL.HLP, Solitaire Help , 13753
4:WINMINE.HLP, Minesweeper Help , 12754
diskspace#4971

[win.scrs]
4:SCRNSAVE.SCR, Default Screen Saver , 5328
4:SSMARQUE.SCR, Marquee Screen Saver , 16896
4:SSMYST.SCR, Mystify Screen Saver , 19456
4:SSSTARS.SCR, Stars Screen Saver , 17536
3:ssflywin.scr, Flying Windows Screen Saver, 16160
diskspaceu376

[win.bmps]
4:256COLOR.BMP, 256-Color Wallpaper , 5078
6:ARCADE.BMP, Arcade Wallpaper , 630
4:ARCHES.BMP, Arches Wallpaper , 10358
3:ARGYLE.BMP, Argyle Wallpaper , 630
3:CARS.BMP, Cars Wallpaper , 630
6:CASTLE.BMP, Castle Wallpaper , 778
5:CHITZ.BMP, Chitz Wallpaper , 19918
5:EGYPT.BMP, Egypt Wallpaper , 630
3:FLOCK.BMP, Flock Wallpaper , 1630
4:HONEY.BMP, Honey Wallpaper , 854
4:MARBLE.BMP, Marble Wallpaper , 27646
4:RIVETS.BMP, Rivets Wallpaper , 630
3:REDBRICK.BMP, Red Brick Wallpaper , 630
6:SQUARES.BMP, Squares Wallpaper , 630
4:TARTAN.BMP, Tartan Wallpaper , 32886
4:THATCH.BMP, Thatch Wallpaper , 598
4:WINLOGO.BMP, Windows Logo Wallpaper , 38518
3:ZIGZAG.BMP, Zigzag Wallpaper , 630
6:LEAVES.BMP, Leaves Wallpaper , 15118
5:ding.wav, Ding Sound , 11598
3:chord.wav, Chord Sound , 24982
4:chimes.wav, Chimes Sound , 15920
4:tada.wav, Trumpet Sound , 27804
5:canyon.mid, Canyon MIDI Song , 33883
diskspace'2609

[win.readme]
3:readme.wri, General Readme , 92928,
readme
3:networks.wri, Networks Readme , 62336
3:winini.wri, Win.ini Readme , 31104
3:sysini.wri, System.ini Readme , 52864
3:printers.wri, Printers Readme , 41984
3:apps.hlp, Application Compatibility Help,
15930
diskspace)7146

The [*.groups] sections maps a group section to the
group name used in
Program Manager.

Section Name = Progman group name, Min/Max switch. 1
= Max, nothing = Min.

This section is used for upgrading from 3.X to 3.1.
[new.groups]
group7=Main,1
group1=StartUp
group2cessories
group6=Games

This section is for new install.
[progman.groups]
group3=Main,1
group4cessories
group5=Games
group1=StartUp

Progman DDE control section. This section controls the
progman DDE and defines which
.exes will be added to which groups. The
[progman.groups] sections lists section
names that each describe the contents of that group.

Description string, .EXE name, Icon extraction .EXE,
Icon extraction index, profile

If the profile field is left NULL, the item will always
be added to the group. Otherwise
the item will only be added if it was installed via the
partial install dlg.


NOTE: If EXE name is NULL item will be deleted from the
group if it exists there.


[group3]
File Manager, WINFILE.EXE
Control Panel, CONTROL.EXE
Print Manager, PRINTMAN.EXE
Clipboard Viewer, CLIPBRD.EXE
MS-DOS Prompt, DOSPRMPT.PIF, PROGMAN.EXE, 9
Windows Setup, SETUP.EXE
PIF Editor, PIFEDIT.EXE
Read Me,
README.WRI,,, readme

[group4]
Write, WRITE.EXE
Paintbrush,
PBRUSH.EXE,,, pbrush
Terminal,
TERMINAL.EXE,,, terminal
Notepad,
NOTEPAD.EXE,,, notepad
Recorder,
RECORDER.EXE,,, recorder
Cardfile,
CARDFILE.EXE,,, cardfile
Calendar,
CALENDAR.EXE,,, calendar
Calculator,
CALC.EXE,,, calc
Clock,
CLOCK.EXE,,, clock
Object Packager,
PACKAGER.EXE,,, packager
Character Map,
CHARMAP.EXE,,, charmap
Media Player,
MPLAYER.EXE,,, mplayer
Sound Recorder,
SOUNDREC.EXE,,, soundrec

[group5]
Solitaire,
SOL.EXE,,, sol
Minesweeper,
WINMINE.EXE,,, winmine

[group1]
Dr. Watson

[group2]
Object Packager,
PACKAGER.EXE,,, packager
Character Map,
CHARMAP.EXE,,, charmap
Media Player,
MPLAYER.EXE,,, mplayer
Sound Recorder,
SOUNDREC.EXE,,, soundrec
PIF Editor
Write, WRITE.EXE

[group6]
Solitaire,
SOL.EXE,,, sol
Minesweeper,
WINMINE.EXE,,, winmine

[group7]
PIF Editor, PIFEDIT.EXE
Read Me
DOS Prompt
MS-DOS Prompt, DOSPRMPT.PIF, PROGMAN.EXE, 9
Read Me,
README.WRI,,, readme
Tutorial

[fonts]
6:SSERIFB.FON, MS Sans Serif 8,10,12,14,18,24 EGA
res, 133,96,72
5:SSERIFE.FON, MS Sans Serif 8,10,12,14,18,24 VGA
res, 100,96,96
5:SSERIFF.FON, MS Sans Serif 8,10,12,14,18,24 8514/a
res, 100,120,120

6:COURB.FON, Courier 8,10,12,15 EGA
res, 133,96,72
6:COURE.FON, Courier 10,12,15 VGA res, 100,96,96
6:COURF.FON, Courier 10,12,15 8514/a
res, 100,120,120

6:SERIFB.FON, MS Serif 8,10,12,14,18,24 EGA
res, 133,96,72
6:SERIFE.FON, MS Serif 8,10,12,14,18,24 VGA
res, 100,96,96
5:SERIFF.FON, MS Serif 8,10,12,14,18,24 8514/a
res, 100,120,120

6:ARIALB.FON, Arial 8,10 EGA res, 133,96,72
6:TIMESB.FON, Times New Roman 8,10 EGA
res, 133,96,72

6:SYMBOLB.FON, Symbol 8,10,12,14,18,24 EGA
res, 133,96,72
6:SYMBOLE.FON, Symbol 8,10,12,14,18,24 VGA
res, 100,96,96
3:SYMBOLF.FON, Symbol 8,10,12,14,18,24 8514/a
res, 100,120,120

6:SMALLB.FON, Small Fonts EGA res, 133,96,72
6:SMALLE.FON, Small Fonts VGA res, 100,96,96
6:SMALLF.FON, Small Fonts 8514/a res, 100,120,120

6:ROMAN.FON, Roman Plotter, CONTINUOUSSCALING
6:SCRIPT.FON, Script Plotter, CONTINUOUSSCALING
6:MODERN.FON, Modern Plotter, CONTINUOUSSCALING

[ttfonts]

Font Header file, Description string, Font
file, FontFamily/Flags

Flags: 0000 = Normal weighted font.
0100 = Bolded font.
1000 = Italic font.
NOTE: Flags not currently used.

NOTE: The first letter of each word in the font
desctiption string needs
to be capitalized.

6:ARIAL.FOT, Arial TrueType,
6:arial.ttf,
6:ARIALBD.FOT, Arial Bold TrueType,
6:arialbd.ttf, Arial0100
6:ARIALBI.FOT, Arial Bold Italic TrueType,
6:arialbi.ttf, Arial1100
6:ARIALI.FOT, Arial Italic TrueType,
6:ariali.ttf, Arial1000
6:COUR.FOT, Courier New TrueType,
6:cour.ttf,
6:COURBD.FOT, Courier New Bold TrueType,
6:courbd.ttf, Courier0100
6:COURBI.FOT, Courier New Bold Italic TrueType,
6:courbi.ttf, Courier1100
6:COURI.FOT, Courier New Italic TrueType,
6:couri.ttf, Courier1000
6:TIMES.FOT, Times New Roman TrueType,
6:times.ttf,
6:TIMESBD.FOT, Times New Roman Bold TrueType,
6:timesbd.ttf, Times New Roman0100
6:TIMESBI.FOT, Times New Roman Bold Italic TrueType,
6:timesbi.ttf, Times New Roman1100
6:TIMESI.FOT, Times New Roman Italic TrueType,
6:timesi.ttf, Times New Roman1000
6:SYMBOL.FOT, Symbol TrueType,
6:symbol.ttf,
6:WINGDING.FOT,WingDings TrueType,
6:wingding.ttf,

If any of these drivers are found in the config.sys
file, Setup removes them.
[compatibility]
icache.sys
ibmcache.sys
cache.sys
cache.exe
mcache.sys
fast512.sys

Known TSRs and drivers which may result in a hang or
crash
during execution of Setup or Windows.

filename = description string
[incompTSR1]
ep.exe = Norton Desktop/Windows Erase Protect TSR
qmaps.sys = QMAPS Memory Manager
qcache.exe = 386 Max Disk Cache Utility
cache.exe = Disk Cache Utility
flash.exe = Flash Disk Cache Utility
hyper386.exe= Hyper Disk Cache Utility
hyperdkx.exe= Hyper Disk Cache Utility
hyper286.exe= Hyper Disk Cache Utility
hyperdke.exe= Hyper Disk Cache Utility
hyperdkc.exe= Hyper Disk Cache Utility
ncache.exe = Norton Disk Cache Utility
pc-kwik.exe = PC-Kwik Disk Cache Utility
pc-cache.com= PC Tools Disk Cache Utility
superpck.exe= Super PC-Kwik Disk Cache Utility
vdisk.sys = IBM RAM Disk Utility
allemm4.sys=All Charge 386
anarkey.com=Anarkey
vsafe.sys = Central Point Anti-Virus
vsafe.com = Central Point Anti-Virus TSR
vdefend.sys=PC Tools VDefend
vdefend.com=PC Tools VDefend
kbflow.exe=KBFlow TSR by Artisoft
s-ice.exe=SoftIce
desktop.exe=PC Tools Desktop TSR
sk2.exe=Sidekick Version 2.0
sk.com=Sidekick Version 1.0
skplus.exe=Sidekick Plus
print.exe=MS-DOS PRINT Utility
pyro.exe=Pyro! Screen Saver
xgaaidos.sys14 emulation driver
asplogin.exe=ASP Integrity Toolkit
lsallow.exe=Lansight Network Utilities TSR
lansel.exe=Lansight Network Utilities TSR
vaccine.exe=Vaccine Antivirus Program
newspace.exe=Newspace Disk Compression Utility
newres.exe=Newspace Disk Compression Utility
tscsi.sys=Trantor T100 SCSI driver
pcpanel.exe=Lasertools Printer Control Panel
hpemm386.sys = HP Expanded Memory Manager
hpemm486.sys = HP Expanded Memory Manager
ramtype.sys = Ramtype Utility
iemm.sys = Memory Manager
ilim386.sys = Intel Expanded Memory Emulator
cmdedit.com = Command Line Editor
hpmm.sys = HP Memory Manager
ced.exe = PCED Command Line Editor
ced.com = CED Command Line Editor
umbpro.sys = UMB Pro Memory Manager
rm386.sys = NetRoom Memory Manager

Known TSRs and device drivers which can! potentially
cause problems
if running during Setup or Windows

filename = description string
[incompTSR2]
ndosedit.com = Command Line Editor
doscue.com=DOSCUE Command Line Editor
datamon.exe=PC Tools Datamon
subst.exe=MS-DOS SUBST Utility
join.exe=MS-DOS JOIN Utility
viralert.systa Physician Plus TSR
graphics.com=MS-DOS GRAPHICS Utility
le.com=Le Menu Menuing Package
assign.com=MS-DOS ASSIGN Utility
append.com=MS-DOS APPEND Utility
diskmon.exe=Norton Disk Monitoring TSR
dubldisk.sys=Double Disk Data Compression Utility
pa.exe = Printer Assist
speedfxr.com = Speedfxr
pcsxmaem.sys = pcsxmaem Utility
xmaem.sys = xmaem Utility
cubitr.exe = Cubit

[block_devices]
tscsi.sys
tcscsi.sys
atdosxl.sys
dmdrvr.bin
drdrive.sys

[Installable.Drivers]
key = filename, types, description,
VxDs, Default Params
msadlib = 3:msadlib.drv, MIDI, Ad Lib,
3:vadlibd.386,
lapc1 = 4:mpu401.drv, MIDI, Roland
LAPC1,,
midimapper = 4:midimap.drv, MidiMapper, MIDI
Mapper,,
mpu401 = 4:mpu401.drv, MIDI, Roland MPU-
401,,
sequencer = 5:mciseq.drv, Sequencer, [MCI] MIDI
Sequencer,,
soundblaster = 3:sndblst.drv, Wave,MIDI, Creative
Labs Sound Blaster 1.0, 3:vsbd.386,, msadlib
soundblaster2 = 3:sndblst2.drv, Wave,MIDI, Creative
Labs Sound Blaster 1.5, 3:vsbd.386,, msadlib
timer = 3:timer.drv, Timer, Timer,
3:vtdapi.386,
thunder = 3:sndblst2.drv, Wave, Media Vision
Thunder Board, 3:vsbd.386,, msadlib
wave = 6:mciwave.drv, WaveAudio, [MCI]
Sound,, 4
cdaudio = 5:mcicda.drv, CDAudio, [MCI] CD
Audio,,

This section translates Windows 3.0 OEMSETUP.INF
entries to their 3.1
equivalents. The disk names should be the first entries
in the list.

[translate]
WinDiskName&,Microsoft Windows 3.0 Disk
WinDiskName,Windows Disk #
*vddvga=1:vddvga30.386
cti.lgo=2:herclogo.lgo
herclogo.rle=2:herclogo.rle
vddega=2:vddega.386
vgacolor.gr2=1:vgacolor.2gr
vgalogo.lgo=2:vgalogo.lgo
vgalogo.rle=3:vgalogo.rle
rgdi.lgo=2:vgalogo.lgo
rgdi.rle=3:vgalogo.rle
vga.gr3=3:vga30.3gr
v7vga.gr3=2:v7vga.3gr
cga40woa.fon=2:cga40woa.fon
cga40850.fon=2:cga40850.fon
cga80woa.fon=2:cga80woa.fon
cga80850.fon=2:cga80850.fon
ega40woa.fon=2:ega40woa.fon
ega40850.fon=2:ega40850.fon
ega80woa.fon=2:ega80woa.fon
ega80850.fon=2:ega80850.fon
vgasys.fon=2:vgasys.fon
vgafix.fon=2:vgafix.fon
vgaoem.fon=2:vgaoem.fon
8514sys.fon=2:8514sys.fon
8514fix.fon=2:8514fix.fon
8514oem.fon=2:8514oem.fon
helvb.fon=6:sserifb.fon
helve.fon=5:sserife.fon
helvf.fon=5:sseriff.fon
courb.fon=6:courb.fon
coure.fon=6:coure.fon
courf.fon=6:courf.fon
tmsrb.fon=6:serifb.fon
tmsre.fon=6:serife.fon
tmsrf.fon=5:seriff.fon
symbolb.fon=6:symbolb.fon
symbole.fon=6:symbole.fon
symbolf.fon=3:symbolf.fon
roman.fon=6:roman.fon
script.fon=6:script.fon
modern.fon=6:modern.fon
kbdbe.dll=2:kbdbe.dll
kbduk.dll=2:kbduk.dll
kbdda.dll=2:kbdda.dll
kbdne.dll=2:kbdne.dll
kbdfi.dll=2:kbdfi.dll
kbdfr.dll=2:kbdfr.dll
kbdca.dll=2:kbdca.dll
kbdgr.dll=2:kbdgr.dll
kbdic.dll=2:kbdic.dll
kbdit.dll=2:kbdit.dll
kbdla.dll=2:kbdla.dll
kbdno.dll=2:kbdno.dll
kbdpo.dll=2:kbdpo.dll
kbdsp.dll=3:kbdsp.dll
kbdsw.dll=3:kbdsw.dll
kbdsf.dll=2:kbdsf.dll
kbdsg.dll=2:kbdsg.dll
kbdus.dll=3:kbdus.dll
kbddv.dll=3:kbddv.dll
kbdusx.dll=2:kbdusx.dll
xlat863.bin=1:xlat863.bin
xlat861.bin=2:xlat861.bin
xlat865.bin=3:xlat865.bin
xlat850.bin=1:xlat850.bin
xlat860.bin=2:xlat860.bin
vga863.fon=3:vga863.fon
vga861.fon=2:vga861.fon
vga865.fon=3:vga865.fon
vga850.fon=2:vga850.fon
vga860.fon=2:vga860.fon
win.cnf=2:win.cnf

Used to update files that already exist on the disk

[Update.Files]
0:system,3:sndblst.drv
0:system,3:sndblst2.drv
0:system,4:mpu401.drv
0:system,3:msadlib.drv
0:system,3:vtdapi.386
0:system,3:vsbd.386
0:system,3:vadlibd.386
0:system,5:mcicda.drv

Used to update dependents of files in the
[Update.Files] section.

[Update.Dependents]
msadlib.drv = 3:vadlibd.386
sndblst.drv = 3:vsbd.386
sndblst2.drv = 3:vsbd.386

This section is processed by both the DOS and WINDOWS
portions of setup
for temporarily renaming profile strings during setup.
THE RENAME
OPERATION WILL ONLY TAKE PLACE IF THE ORIGINAL PROFILE
STRING EXISTS AND HAS
A RIGHT HAND SIDE STRING.

.ini file, section name, temporary profile name,
Original profile name.

[ini.upd.patches]
system.ini, Boot, olddrivers ,drivers
win.ini , Desktop, oldwallpaper ,wallpaper
system.ini, Boot, oldtaskman ,taskman.exe
system.ini, Boot, oldshell ,shell

Used by the windows half to shrink the memory needed to
hold this pig.

[blowaway]
this line needed

[ini.upd.31]

WARNING: This section only works on win.ini or
system.ini !!

.ini file, section, old line to be replaced, new
line, rename operater.

If the old line to be replaced field is empty, setup
will assume that
the new line is to be added. The rename operater tells
setup to retain the RHS
of the profile. This is used as a renaming mechanism
during upgrades.
Nb : Simple string substitution is implemented :
?P means any valid MS-DOS path

system.ini,
Boot, , taskman.exe=
system.ini,
mci, waveaudio= , WaveAudio=mciwave
..drv
system.ini,
mci, sequencer= , Sequencer=mciseq.
drv
system.ini,
mci, cdaudio= , CDAudio=mcicda.dr
v
system.ini,
drivers, , timer=timer.drv
system.ini,
drivers, midimapper= , midimapper=midima
p.drv
system.ini,
drivers, midilib.drv , midi=msadlib.drv
,rename
system.ini,
drivers, midi1lib.drv , midi1=msadlib.drv
,rename
system.ini,
drivers, midi2lib.drv , midi2=msadlib.drv
,rename
system.ini,
drivers, midi3lib.drv , midi3=msadlib.drv
,rename
system.ini,
drivers, midi4lib.drv , midi4=msadlib.drv
,rename
system.ini, 386Enh, keyboard=?Pbpvkd.386,
system.ini,
386Enh, keyboard= , keyboard=*vkd
,noclobber
system.ini,
386Enh, device=vpicda.386, device=*vpicd
system.ini,
386Enh, device=*vhd , device=*blockdev
system.ini, 386Enh, device=*vpd ,
system.ini,
386Enh, device=vdmad.386 , device=*vdmad
system.ini,
386Enh, device=vdmadx.386, device=*vdmad
system.ini,
386Enh, , device=*pagefile
system.ini, 386Enh, device=?
Pvtdapi.386 , device=vtdapi.386
system.ini,
NonWindowsApp,localtsrs= , localtsrs=dosedit
,ced ,noclobber
win.ini ,
Sounds, SystemDefault= , SystemDefault=din
g.wav, Default Beep ,noclobber
win.ini ,
Sounds, SystemExclamation= , SystemExclamation
=chord.wav, Exclamation ,noclobber
win.ini ,
Sounds, SystemStart= , SystemStart=tada.
wav, Windows Start ,noclobber
win.ini ,
Sounds, SystemExit= , SystemExit=chimes
..wav, Windows Exit ,noclobber
win.ini ,
Sounds, SystemHand= , SystemHand=chord.
wav, Critical Stop ,noclobber
win.ini ,
Sounds, SystemQuestion= , SystemQuestion=ch
ord.wav, Question ,noclobber
win.ini ,
Sounds, SystemAsterisk= , SystemAsterisk=ch
ord.wav, Asterisk ,noclobber
win.ini , mci
extensions, , wav=waveaudio
win.ini , mci
extensions, , mid=sequencer
win.ini , mci
extensions, , rmi=sequencer
win.ini ,
FontSubstitutes, , Helv=MS Sans
Serif
win.ini ,
FontSubstitutes, , Tms Rmn=MS Serif
win.ini , FontSubstitutes, Courier=Courier New ,
win.ini ,
FontSubstitutes, , Times=Times New
Roman
win.ini ,
FontSubstitutes, , Helvetica=Arial
win.ini , Microsoft Word
2.0, HPDSKJET= , HPDSKJET=+1 ,noclobb
er

Remove these Win 3.0 font entries from win.ini
because they have either
been replaced or removed for Win 3.1

win.ini, Fonts, Helv 8,10,12,14,18,24 CGA res=
win.ini, Fonts, Helv 8,10,12,14,18,24 EGA res=
win.ini, Fonts, Helv 8,10,12,14,18,24 60 dpi=
win.ini, Fonts, Helv 8,10,12,14,18,24 120 dpi=
win.ini, Fonts, Helv 8,10,12,14,18,24 VGA res=
win.ini, Fonts, Helv 8,10,12,14,18,24 8514/a res=
win.ini, Fonts, Tms Rmn 8,10,12,14,18,24 CGA res=
win.ini, Fonts, Tms Rmn 8,10,12,14,18,24 EGA res=
win.ini, Fonts, Tms Rmn 8,10,12,14,18,24 60 dpi=
win.ini, Fonts, Tms Rmn 8,10,12,14,18,24 120 dpi=
win.ini, Fonts, Tms Rmn 8,10,12,14,18,24 VGA res=
win.ini, Fonts, Tms Rmn 8,10,12,14,18,24 8514/a res=

Remove these font entries if they exist because
these .ini entries
are obsolete. We use TrueType rather than Scalable

win.ini, Fonts, Arial Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Arial Bold Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Arial Bold Italic Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Arial Italic Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Courier Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Courier Bold Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Courier Italic Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Courier Bold Italic Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Courier TrueType
win.ini, Fonts, Courier Bold TrueType
win.ini, Fonts, Courier Bold Italic TrueType
win.ini, Fonts, Courier Italic TrueType
win.ini, Fonts, Times New Roman Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Times New Roman Bold Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Times New Roman Bold Italic Scalable
=
win.ini, Fonts, Times New Roman Italic Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Symbol PS Scalable=
win.ini, Fonts, Symbol Scalable=

Remove these font entries if they exist because
these .ini entries
are obsolete. We use Plotter rather than All res
Also, 8 point was
added to the EGA res courier so we remove the
old Courier 10,12,15 font.

win.ini, Fonts, Roman All res=
win.ini, Fonts, Script All res=
win.ini, Fonts, Modern All res=
win.ini, Fonts, Courier 10,12,15 EGA res=

The following lines will cause the MS-DOS half of
setup to effectivly
rename the [Fonts] section in win.ini. Setup does
this by adding the
[wt4gpi8s56bz] string to the [Fonts] section and then
deleting the
[Fonts] section string. Later, in the windows half of
setup, it will
rename [wt4gpi8s56bz] back to [Fonts]. Do not change
these names!

win.ini, Fonts, , [wt4gpi8s56bz]
win.ini, Fonts, [Fonts] ,

The following line makes USER skip persistent net
connections
USER immediately deletes the entry so it is a onetime
thing.
win.ini, windows,, SetupWin=1

The following lines fix problems with APPS
win.ini, Compatibility,NOTSHELL=, NOTSHELL=0x0001
win.ini, Compatibility,WPWINFIL=, WPWINFIL=0x0006
win.ini, Compatibility,CCMAIL=, CCMAIL=0x0008
win.ini, Compatibility,AMIPRO=, AMIPRO=0x0010
win.ini, Compatibility,REM=, REM=0x8022
win.ini, Compatibility,PIXIE=, PIXIE=0x0040
win.ini, Compatibility,CP=, CP=0x0040
win.ini, Compatibility,JW=, JW=0x42080
win.ini, Compatibility,TME=, TME=0x0100
win.ini, Compatibility,VB=, VB=0x0200
win.ini, Compatibility,WIN2WRS=, WIN2WRS=0x1210
win.ini, Compatibility,PACKRAT=, PACKRAT=0x0800
win.ini, Compatibility,VISION=, VISION=0x0040
win.ini, Compatibility,MCOURIER=, MCOURIER=0x0800
win.ini, Compatibility,_BNOTES=, _BNOTES=0x24000
win.ini, Compatibility,MILESV3=, MILESV3=0x1000
win.ini, Compatibility,PM4=, PM4=0x2000
win.ini, Compatibility,DESIGNER=, DESIGNER=0x2000
win.ini, Compatibility,PLANNER=, PLANNER=0x2000
win.ini, Compatibility,DRAW=, DRAW=0x2000
win.ini, Compatibility,WINSIM=, WINSIM=0x2000
win.ini, Compatibility,CHARISMA=, CHARISMA=0x2000
win.ini, Compatibility,PR2=, PR2=0x2000
win.ini, Compatibility,PLUS=, PLUS=0x1000
win.ini, Compatibility,ED=, ED=0x00010000
win.ini, Compatibility,PP=,
win.ini, Compatibility,APORIA=, APORIA=0x0100
win.ini, Compatibility,EXCEL=, EXCEL=0x1000
win.ini, Compatibility,GUIDE=, GUIDE=0x1000
win.ini, Compatibility,NETSET2=, NETSET2=0x0100
win.ini, Compatibility,W4GL=, W4GL=0x4000
win.ini, Compatibility,W4GLR=,W4GLR=0x4000
win.ini, Compatibility,TURBOTAX=,TURBOTAX=0x00080000

[system]
The various SYSTEM.DRV, SOUND.DRV, COMM.DRV

These are the drivers which may vary from system
to system,
but are selected only by the [machine] menu -- they
do not have
special menus for their selection.
system = 2:system.drv
sound = 2:mmsound.drv
comm = 2:comm.drv
hpsystem = 2:hpsystem.drv

[machine]
This section defines default machine selections. The
system
description from each entry will appear in the
initial machine
selection menu of Setup.

An * means that setup will use the device specified
here and override
the detected device, this applies to keyboards, mice,
and displays.

Each entry contains a descriptive line for the system-
selection menu,
followed by the filenames of the drivers in fixed order.

Field 1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11
prof_str = Desc Str, System drv, kbd drv, kbd
type, mouse drv, disp drv, sound drv, comm drv, himem
switch, ebios, cookies

ibm_compatible = MS-DOS
System,system,kbd,t4s0enha,nomouse,egahires,sound,comm,,e
bios,
ast_386_486 = AST Premium 386/25 and 386/33
CUPID,system,kbd,t4s0enha,nomouse,egahires,sound,comm,,
ebios,ast_cookz
at_and_t = AT&T PC,system,kbd,t4s0enha,nomouse,!
olibw,sound,comm,,ebios,
everex_386_25 = Everex Step 386/25 or
Compatible,system,kbd,t4s0enha,nomouse,egahires,sound,co
mm,,ebios,everex_cookz
hewlett_packard = Hewlett-Packard: all
machines,hpsystem,kbdhp,t4s0enha,nomouse,egahires,sound,c
omm,,hpebios,
ibm_ps2_70p = IBM PS/2 Model
P70,system,kbd,t4s0enha,nomouse,!vga,sound,comm,,ebios,
ibm_ps2_l40sx = IBM PS/2 Model L40sx,system,kbd,!
t4s0enha,nomouse
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~Jean-Marc~ [MVP]
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Salutations *Mack* !

tu nous disais :
jutilise win xp jai touver ce fichier merci de votre
aide je ne sais pas quoi faire voici le fichier
c:WINDOWSsystem nom du fichier = setup.inf
[snip]

copywait4=Make sure you register your copy of
Microsoft Windows 3.1.nWhen you register, Microsoft
will:nn - Notify you of product updates and new
product releases.nn - Send you a FREE Windows
newsletter.
[snip]


Marrant ça, j'ai aussi ce fichier. On dirait un fichier d'installation
de fichiers système pour windows 3.1 !!!

Si il ne te gène pas et surtout ne provoque pas de soucis, n'y
touche pas.

@+

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WebLog : http://msmvps.com/docxp/
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~Jean-Marc~ [MVP]
Le #548983
*~Jean-Marc~ [MVP]* tu nous disais :
Salutations *Mack* !
tu nous disais :
jutilise win xp jai touver ce fichier merci de votre
aide je ne sais pas quoi faire voici le fichier
c:WINDOWSsystem nom du fichier = setup.inf
[snip]

copywait4=Make sure you register your copy of
Microsoft Windows 3.1.nWhen you register, Microsoft
will:nn - Notify you of product updates and new
product releases.nn - Send you a FREE Windows
newsletter.
[snip]


Marrant ça, j'ai aussi ce fichier. On dirait un fichier d'installation
de fichiers système pour windows 3.1 !!!

Si il ne te gène pas et surtout ne provoque pas de soucis, n'y
touche pas.


Ce fichier est là pour la compatibilité avec les vieux programmes...

Donc, ne pas y toucher...

@+

--
~Jean-Marc~ MSAE & MVP Windows XP Fr
Site Doc'XP : http://perso.wanadoo.fr/doc.jm/
WebLog : http://msmvps.com/docxp/
FAQ XP : http://a.vouillon.free.fr/faq-winxp.htm


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