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fake nt scsi miniport driver

OSR_Community_UserOSR_Community_User Member Posts: 110,217

I'm writing a fake NT SCSI miniport driver that will show a bugus adapter
with a bogus device. So far, I can get the bogus adapter to show up, and I
can even get the bogus devices to show up.

The problem is that the device names shown in the SCSI adapter control panel
applet and registry entries in HKLM\HW\DM\SCSI... are all garbage. If I
manually change the registry entries after my driver is loaded, those
changes are never noticed or displayed.

Where/how in my driver do I specify the bogus device names I want?

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