Windows 10: Modifying an old driver (inf file) to work with Win10?

  1.    02 Jan 2016 #1

    Modifying an old driver (inf file) to work with Win10?


    I have an old UPS Powerware 9120 that used to work with on Win7 x64 with XP or Vista x64 drivers. However win10 refuses to work with the same inf file so I was wondering whether it's possible to write some lines in the file to make it work. I'm attaching the file and any help would be appreciated.
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