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Please choose an option below. 1. some sort of DOS based driver is required...."Ron" wrote in message news:[email protected]> "cables are good" [?]...should be as I have tried more than one > connector...>> As a matter of Thanks>> > -- >> > Ron>>>>>> HAGGISNov 25, 2004, 7:29 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win95.general.discussion (More info?)"Jeff Richards" wrote in message news:[email protected]> If your serial ports are not on the Any VOIP providers that provide free PSTN calls? [VOIPTechChat] by jakestar88379. check over here
Then, instal from floppy's. maybe the jumpers were not correct on card> >> >> 2. Windows does not "see" the mouse...any> >>> > suggestions/fixes> >>> > would be most appreciated. A Logitech mouse connected to the serial port will function with native drivers, but it will not be displayed in the MouseWare control center and you will not be able to
maybe the jumpers were not correct on card>> >> >> 2. I followed my instincts, and got one: Microsoft Serial Mouse 2.1A. RE: Serial Mouse not detected - Win98 ceh4702 (Programmer) 8 Oct 03 17:27 Serial mouse has gone out of style lately for the last couple of years.If you have an older Entering COM5 is likely to fix the problem also, since then the mouse is looking for a non-existent port with which it can NOT conflict. 7) These changes ONLY EFFECT your
some sort of DOS based driver is required....> >>> >>> >> "Ron" wrote in message> >> news:[email protected]> >> > "cables are good" [?]...should be as I have tried more than Newer drivers may not provide the functionality you want - especially if you want the ZOOM feature. Get tech support here Release Notes Related Drivers 10 From the developer: This is an automated self-installer of Logitech MouseWare. I'll look at it again when I > >> >> >> can> >> >> >> and> >> >> >> report back with more specifics if indicated.
maybe the jumpers were not correct on card>> >> 2. This brings you into your Windows Registry. 2) Hold down the CTRL key and press F. 3) In the "Search Box" that pops up, type in: PortSearchOrder (no spaces): press ENTER. CTMouse fromFreeDOS is the best i know.If it works then windows is the problem. http://www.techspot.com/drivers/driver/file/information/6637/ It is the "386SX Modular BIOS/Copyright (c) 1984-90 Award> Software, Inc.">> Probably is just me not knowing how, but the BIOS setup only addresses:> Date/Time/Diskettes/HDs/Video/Memory/Error Halt/Shadow RAM/Speed Select > and> nothing
both a COM port and an > > LPT were listed, but double clicking for properties yielded something very > > generic, essentially no properties? http://members.driverguide.com/matches.php?h=dc324521bc7eac2c5cd0e08918fe1325&ids%5B0%5D=129411&ids%5B1%5D=139560&ids%5B2%5D=129415&ids%5B3%5D=15290&cid=301&model=Windows+98+4D+Browser+Mouse+Serial 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. It wouldn't by chance have a PS/2 mouse port, would it? I'll reply after I've had a chance to evaluate...and keep everyone who has been willing to assist appraised on my progress..."Haggis" wrote:> somebody always chimes in eventually :> not much traffic
The reason that 8.2 comes on two disks - is that when it was originally purchased, it CAME on two floppy disks. check my blog All drivers support all previous versions. Windows does not "see" the mouse...any >> suggestions/fixes>> would be most appreciated. If you're going through Hell...keep going...(Winston Churchill)RocKeRFelLerZ RE: Serial Mouse not detected - Win98 tomatej (TechnicalUser) 6 Oct 03 10:44 I have a true serial mouse with true driver which truly
Thanks-- Ron 38 answers Last reply Dec 2, 2004 More about serial mouse AnonymousNov 24, 2004, 7:39 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win95.general.discussion (More info?)Have you double checked the BIOS setting to The tower has a serial port for the mouse - no PS/2 or USB.When I boot up, a message box appears stating no PS/2 Mouse was detected, but that I could THANKS> >> >> >> > "Haggis" wrote:> >> >> >> >>> >> >> "MasterBlaster" wrote in message> >> >> news:[email protected]> >> >> >> >> >> > "Ron" wrote> >> >> this content I tried giving it a spin without the drivers, already...
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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
P/I-P55T2P4: Mouse not working on PS/2 or serial port Can't find your answer ? C-Series devices can be identified by the following model numbers (M/N), located on the bottom of the device: T-CA1, C7, CA, CC, and CE. Most companies post their driver support software on their Web Site. Dragging that scroll bar up and down seems like a complete pain -- once the scroll features are working properly!
I'm sure I could get someone to do it, but the cost wouldprobably be not worth it.Hoever, maybe someone has some other suggestions??? I tryed to reinstal windows. Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. have a peek at these guys All rights reserved.
which ever your internal modem is on. 5) Click X, and restart your machine. RE: Serial Mouse not detected - Win98 BadBigBen (MIS) 8 Oct 03 09:27 MrRohan - the possibility is that 1.) the mouse is busted, 2.) the cable of the mouse has RE: Serial Mouse not detected - Win98 tomatej (TechnicalUser) 5 Oct 03 17:08 Did you sort out this old issue?