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because I am not hardware saavy enough to replace the port or connect a USB port. I'll look at it again when I can >> >> and>> >> report back with more specifics if indicated. Depending on the age of the computer - and I managed to get a 15GB hard drive to run quite happily on an old Pentium 266MX machine. Thanks>> -- >> Ron>>try installing this driver (after checking BIOS :> ) I've had good luck with it (enables scroll in win95 ) HAGGISNov 24, 2004, 10:46 PM Archived from groups: http://ipodebookmaker.com/driver-mouse/driver-mouse-serial-windows-98.html
Depending on the age of the motherboard, your COM ports may well be "built in", but just in case, I thought it was worth mentioning.Storik Pages 1 2 >> Next… This I have the same problem now.:o( ...don't take it too seriously RE: Serial Mouse not detected - Win98 rockerfellerz (IS/IT--Management) 6 Oct 03 10:30 Agree that a true serial mouse should I'll have a look at my neighbours PC and make sure any wires I find are well connected."This of course is not necessarily so. You can safely attach a Serial Mouse now."FYI, I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling all ports, Mouse drivers, and even editing the Registry.
Can't say the same about PS/2 mice.DaltonDalton 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - by niggiebro Â· 12 years ago In reply to willcomp,FYI, at the time of the when I first installed Thanks> -- > Ron RonNov 24, 2004, 7:39 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win95.general.discussion (More info?)Part of my problem has had to do with the BIOS on this particular motherboard. Are the ribbon cables for the serial ports plugged in properly? · actions · 2005-Apr-2 11:51 pm · drakeBack to backMVMjoin:2002-06-10Baldwin, NY drake MVM 2005-Apr-2 11:58 pm My previous serial mouse What motherboard do you have, I took special note when you stated the same problem occured before on the same machine..
Also, mind you, there's a message that appears upon boot-up, about missing mouse, or something related to it.Many thanks in advance. · actions · 2005-Apr-2 10:55 pm · Ken PetersonPremium Memberjoin:2000-12-081 both a COM port >> and an>> LPT were listed, but double clicking for properties yielded something >> very>> generic, essentially no properties? It's a double row of pins in an elongated 'D' shell. RonNov 26, 2004, 10:35 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win95.general.discussion (More info?)"cables are good" [?]...should be as I have tried more than one connector...As a matter of fact, I do have additional
maybe the jumpers were not correct on card>> 2. Upload Driver or firmware or documentation Membership Free Premium Plus Premium Pro Site Beginner's Guide F.A.Q. Since one row is one pin longer than the other, it's simply not possible to plug it in the wrong way around.Unless you're talking about connecting the backplane connector panel to http://www.pcguide.com/vb/archive/index.php/t-11539.html I do not see anything in the instruction manual regarding whether the mouse is or is not serial adaptable.Anyone have a clue???
If you Modem is in Com3, put the mouse in Com2. Windows does not "see" the mouse...any >> suggestions/fixes>> would be most appreciated. I would've went that route, if it's was an option. · actions · 2005-Apr-3 12:54 am · SandmanPremium Memberjoin:2002-07-10Strafford, MO
Sandman to drake Premium Member 2005-Apr-3 5:24 am to drakeHave you Ausb card and mouse should work, but the best would be to find a serial mouse( as stated above)..
It wouldn't by chance have a PS/2 mouse port, would it? · actions · 2005-Apr-3 12:44 am · drakeBack to backMVMjoin:2002-06-10Baldwin, NY