Hey guys,

I want to make this work also on Windows 7, if possible.

This is the product: USB-C Headphone Jack Adapter Mobile Accessories - EE-UC10JUWEGUS | Samsung US
In Windows 7, it presents itself as: "Samsung Type-C to 3.5pi gender adapter"
But device manager also specifies: "This device cannot start. (Code 10)"

On Windows 10, it seems to use this one automatically: AudioEndpoint.inf

[Version]Signature="$Windows NT$"
Provider=%MSFT%
ClassGUID={C166523C-FE0C-4A94-A586-F1A80CFBBF3E}
Class=AudioEndpoint
DriverVer = 12/06/2019,10.0.19041.1


[ControlFlags]
BasicDriverOk=*
ExcludeFromSelect=*
PreConfigureDriver=*


[ClassInstall32]
AddReg = ClassInstall_AddReg


[ClassInstall_AddReg]
HKR,,,0,%ClassName%
HKR,,NoInstallClass,,1
HKR,,SilentInstall,,1
HKR,,IconPath,%REG_MULTI_SZ%,"%%SystemRoot%%\system32\mmres.dll,-3004"


[Manufacturer]
%MSFT%=Microsoft, NTamd64


[Microsoft.NTamd64]
%MSFT.AudioEndpoint% = NO_DRV,MMDEVAPI\AudioEndpoints


[NO_DRV]


[NO_DRV.Services]
AddService = , %SPSVCINST_ASSOCSERVICE% ; null service install


[strings]
;Localizable Strings
MSFT = "Microsoft"
ClassName = "Audio inputs and outputs"
MSFT.AudioEndpoint = "Audio Endpoint"


;Non-Localizable Strings
SPSVCINST_ASSOCSERVICE = 0x00000002

REG_MULTI_SZ = 0x00010000
I tried to add this AudioEndpoint.inf as driver in Windows 7, but it doesn't see it.

Any ideas?