Have a way to remove a binl driver?

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Have a way to remove a binl driver?

Postby Nixie » Wed Feb 27, 2008 12:22 pm

HI
i am a new user and not an expert on linux os
can anyone help me to remove a unwanted driver (wrong 64bit driver )
from BINL database?

TNX in advance

(and of course for this wonderfull job)
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Re: Have a way to remove a binl driver?

Postby the_dude » Fri Feb 29, 2008 7:50 am

There's no way in the GUI to remove the driver, best thing to do is do it from the commandline. You have to remove the .sys and the .inf file, stop the vinl service, rebuild the database and start the binlservice again.

Here's (from the top of my head) how to do this for a windows XP driver
On the console login as root (default password is test)
cd /var/public/tfproot/WINXP_SYS
rm <filename.sys>
cd /var/public/tfproot/WINXP_INF
rm <filename.inf>
/etc/init.d/binl stop
/var/public/bin/infparser.py
/etc/init.d/binl start
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Re: Have a way to remove a binl driver?

Postby notafake » Mon Jan 31, 2011 10:04 am

Just tried to remove a WinPE Driver and it always sais "Driver [DRIVERNAME] not found".
It isn't in use any more.
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Have a way to remove a binl driver?

Postby radio123 » Tue Sep 20, 2011 9:19 am

hi,this is the one of the feature of Can be used as a filter driver for existing, already installed devices. This feature allows libusb-win32 to communicate with many installed USB device. The filter driver may cause problems for certain device, including potential BSODs for certain setup. Therefore it should not be used by inexperienced end users.
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Re: Have a way to remove a binl driver?

Postby robertwood » Fri Nov 25, 2011 7:24 am

The binl driver service answers clients and passes client information to and from the server. The Microsoft BINL protocol handles a number of requests/responses, however we only require it for identifying and supplying the correct driver for the client PC's network card.
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Re: Have a way to remove a binl driver?

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