Custom USB inf file creation

Greetings,    I am trying to teach myself how to write windows usb drivers using the osrusbfx2 kit.        I have their INF file and changed the hw id's on the ARM board firmware to match the osr usb inf.    The driver "loads" but does not start code 10 which means it failed during the initialization part.  

I also tried replacing the hw id's inside the inf file to match the board and the board has a problem and it fails.   And the chkinf tool gives we errors about unidentified symbols in the file, so it isn't generic enough to be a good example.

Can anyone point me to a simple generic usb inf file that will enable me to configure a usb device,    I am going to do bulk data transfers between an XP PC and an embedded board.  

I have attached the inf file (in text format) to demonstrate what I am trying to get working on my board.  I built the inf using the Win DDK example.          

Ph0en1x3College InstructorAsked:
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I think you should check the driver source code to see what exits with error code 10.
Is the driver you used compatible with the chipset that is on the board?
Ph0en1x3College InstructorAuthor Commented:
To resolve the problem I had to change the Hardware ID's inside the board to match the INF file.    I had to then go in and clear out all my corrupt registry values through regedit.    Once I had a clean registry and created a device that matched the inf file, the device successfully loaded and I am able to conduct USB transfers.

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Ph0en1x3College InstructorAuthor Commented:
I don't really understand what I am doing but I am following directions
Ph0en1x3College InstructorAuthor Commented:
I resolved the question myself after pulling out all my hair and biting my fingernails to the quick  ;-)
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