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Driver installation utility

Binaries - drv_ctl_v1b.rar/tgz (14.8 Kb/15.4 Kb)
Sources - drv_ctl_v1b_src.rar/tgz (4.1 Kb/4.2 Kb)

Improved command prompt driver install/uninstall utility.

Usage:
    drv_ctl --inst <driver name> <.sys location>
        to install and start a kernel-mode device driver
    drv_ctl --inst-nostart <driver name> <.sys location>
        to install (without starting) a kernel-mode device driver
    drv_ctl --remove <driver name> 
        to remove a kernel-mode device driver
Example:
    drv_ctl --inst simpldrv M:\work\dev_zero\inst_drv\Release\obj\i386\simpldrv.sys

PS. I'm planning significant extension of capabilities of this utility.

See also Windows NT Services and Drivers


Fixed bugs with command line parsing. I'm sorry, I didn't check the previous build
Binaries - drv_ctl_v1b.rar/tgz (14.8 Kb/15.4 Kb)
Sources - drv_ctl_v1b_src.rar/tgz (4.1 Kb/4.2 Kb)
2004.10.27

Version v1a has different command line syntax. I have also added capability of installing drivers without autostart. It is better to avoid starting some drivers from User Mode :)
Unfortunately, I have not checked it before publishing. It was buggy. So use the next build v1b
2004.10.10

The original version (by Microsoft), compiled by me from DDK sources:
Binaries - inst_drv_v1.rar/tgz (14.7 Kb/15.3 Kb)
Sources - inst_drv_v1_src.rar/tgz (3.9 Kb/4 Kb)

Command prompt driver install/uninstall utility

Usage:
    instdrv <driver name> <.sys location>
           to install and start a kernel-mode device driver, or:
    instdrv <driver name> remove
           to remove a kernel-mode device driver
Example:
    instdrv simpldrv M:\work\dev_zero\inst_drv\Release\obj\i386\simpldrv.sys
2004.08.19



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