The SetupDiLoadClassIcon function loads both the large and mini-icon for the specified class.
BOOL SetupDiLoadClassIcon( _In_ const GUID *ClassGuid, _Out_opt_ HICON *LargeIcon, _Out_opt_ PINT MiniIconIndex );
- ClassGuid [in]
A pointer to the GUID of the class for which the icon(s) should be loaded.
- LargeIcon [out, optional]
A pointer to an icon handle that receives the handle value for the loaded large icon for the specified class. This pointer is optional and can be NULL. If the pointer is NULL, the large icon is not loaded.
- MiniIconIndex [out, optional]
A pointer to an INT-typed variable that receives the index of the mini-icon for the specified class. The mini-icon is stored in the device installer's mini-icon cache. The pointer is optional and can be NULL.
The function returns TRUE if it is successful. Otherwise, it returns FALSE and the logged error can be retrieved by a call to GetLastError.
The icons of the class are either predefined and loaded from the device installer's internal cache, or they are loaded directly from the class installer's executable. This function queries the registry value ICON in the specified class's section. If the ICON value is specified, it indicates which mini-icon to load.
If the ICON value is negative, the absolute value represents a predefined icon in the class's registry. See SetupDiDrawMiniIcon for a list of the predefined mini-icons.
If the ICON value is positive, it represents an icon in the class installer's executable image that will be extracted. The value 1 is reserved. This function also uses the INSTALLER32 registry value and then the ENUMPROPPAGES32 registry value to determine which executable image to extract the icons from. For more information about these registry values, see INF ClassInstall32 Section.
When a caller is finished using the icon, the caller must call DestroyIcon (which is described in the Microsoft Windows SDK documentation).
If the LargeIcon parameter is specified, but the ClassGuid parameter does not supply a valid class GUID or the Icon registry value of the class is not valid, SetupDiLoadClassIcon loads the default large icon, returns the handle for the large icon, and, if the MiniIconIndex parameter is specified, returns the index of the default mini-icon.
|Available in Microsoft Windows 2000 and later versions of Windows.|