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When I call
newdev.dll:UpdateDriverForPlugAndPlayDevices() in a clean system my driver is installed and
oem2.inf is created.
When I call the function again with a newer signed driver package (including newer DriverVersion in the inf) I get
oem3.inf created. I was expecting oem2.inf to be replaced. If I used
devcon update it behaves the same way, creating an additional oem.inf file.
Littering the system with old oem.inf files seems wrong. It appears I must manually check for these and
My net searches have come up empty. Thanks for your input.
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