C-Series device users: C-Series mice are not supported under Windows XP, Windows 2000 or Windows ME when connected to the serial port. I've tried using different mice. Select forumWindowsMac OsLinuxOtherSmartphonesTabletsSoftwareOpen SourceWeb DevelopmentBrowserMobile AppsHardwareDesktopLaptopsNetworksStoragePeripheralSecurityMalwarePiracyIT EmploymentCloudEmerging TechCommunityTips and TricksSocial EnterpriseSocial NetworkingAppleMicrosoftGoogleAfter HoursPost typeSelect discussion typeGeneral discussionQuestionPraiseRantAlertTipIdeaSubject titleTopic Tags Select up to 3 tags (1 tag required) CloudPiracySecurityAppleMicrosoftIT EmploymentGoogleOpen SourceMobilitySocial EnterpriseCommunitySmartphonesOperating you're making some headway :> sorry about the bad links ...didn't> >> check them (old)> >>> >> so you have serial ports now...and it won't recognize any mouse drivers > >> Check This Out
Thanks for your input."Marius '95" wrote:> Try loading a mouse driver for MS-DOS before windows starts. No mouse recognition by Windows...I experienced difficulty with two sources of drivers that were recommended: the "A4 Tech drivers @ http://www.ntcompatible.com/story781.html [Haggis] required a "language" [Chinese?] accomodation, which I foolishly [?] since its windows 98 do you have another 98 drive you can load and test the ports on..First thing I would do is update the firmaware on mobo, if possible and Join UsClose 11 Jul 2017 Home Companies Scan Search Microsoft Input Device Drivers Download Microsoft Input Device Drivers - 401 drivers found Filter: Show All • Win • WinXP • http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r13074725-W98-MS-Serial-Mouse-2-1a-drivers-needed
So what do you make of> that?>> "Haggis" wrote:>>> hey! There's not much > detail - just the driver details and the resources.> -- > Jeff Richards> MS MVP (Windows - Shell/User)> "Ron"
It's a double row of pins in an elongated 'D' shell. both a COM port and > > an> > LPT were listed, but double clicking for properties yielded something very> > generic, essentially no properties? Please note the CA and the CE are combination devices and will function on the PS/2 port. Tech Reviews Tech News Tech How To Tech Buying Advice Laptop Reviews PC Reviews Printer Reviews Smartphone Reviews Tablet Reviews Wearables Reviews PC & Laptop Storage Reviews Antivirus Reviews Best Tech
The system I am working on I've worked on before with the same problem. Advanced Search Forum PressF1 Serial mouse not recognised in win98 How fast is your internet? both a COM port> >> >> and an> >> >> LPT were listed, but double clicking for properties yielded something> >> >> very> >> >> generic, essentially no properties? More about the author Thanks for the help [stay posted?]"Jeff Richards" wrote:> If your serial ports are not on the motherboard then they won't be part of > the BIOS.
I'll look at it again when I can > >> >> and> >> >> report back with more specifics if indicated. Don't ask the BIOS to autodetect it. I do not see anything in the instruction manual regarding whether the mouse is or is not serial adaptable.Anyone have a clue??? If this fails, you can always use a program like 'Disk Manager'.2) Has the computer a USB connector port/header?
All gave same message. this page THANKS> >> > "Haggis" wrote:> >> >>> >> "MasterBlaster"
If so, perhaps you can tell me just how to determine if > the> serial ports are indeed working? his comment is here 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 I'll go take a look, in a sec.Thanks for responding, Ken. · actions · 2005-Apr-2 11:58 pm · Anonymous_AnonymousPremium Memberjoin:2004-06-21127.0.0.1 Anonymous_ to drake Premium Member 2005-Apr-3 12:25 am to drakei have Thanks>> > -- >> > Ron>>>>>> HAGGISNov 25, 2004, 7:29 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win95.general.discussion (More info?)"Jeff Richards"
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. Windows does not "see" the mouse...any > >> suggestions/fixes> >> would be most appreciated. I'll have a look at my neighbours PC and make sure any wires I find are well connected.Many thanks for all of your help so far. http://consumer5online.com/driver-mouse/driver-mouse-serial-linux.php THANKS>> >> >>> >> > "Haggis" wrote:>> >> >>> >> >>>> >> >> "MasterBlaster"
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??? Have you tried putting this hard drive in manually? Assuming that this is connection via a thin ribbon cable - are both connected?I have never found it necessary to install drivers for a serial mouse in order to get it
Other members of the forum may also have ideas. You can program your middle key for what you want! FCC No:C3KKSB OR C3KKS8.Or if anyone has any other thoughts on how I can get this mouse detected would they please let me know.Many thanks,Mike sattman 23:31 27 Feb 2005 Delete the existing mouse driver and reboot.It will ask for a mouse driver but will offer to work with a generic driver, you will have to provide the required driver when
I'll let you know how I get on :-)Mike Storik 18:58 28 Feb 2005 "I also have never had to find drivers for a serial mouse but I also have both a COM port and an > LPT were listed, but double clicking for properties yielded something very > generic, essentially no properties? 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 navigate here Thanks for your response.> >>> >> "Richard Goh" wrote:> >>> >>> Have you double checked the BIOS setting to make sure the serial ports > >>> are> >>> working?> >>>> >>>
Unsubscribe About Us Overview Contact Us Take our Site Survey Testimonials Copyright © 1996 - DriverGuide is an iCentric Corporation Company. 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 All rights reserved. All that was detected was com1 and com2 which were of course non plug-and-play hardware.
Thanks for the > >> >> >> >> help> >> >> >> >> [stay> >> >> >> >> posted?]> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> > I always find pictures If so, perhaps you can tell me just how to determine if > >> the> >> serial ports are indeed working? Thanks for your response.>>>> "Richard Goh" wrote:>>>>> Have you double checked the BIOS setting to make sure the serial ports >>> are>>> working?>>>>>> "Ron"
Went back into bios checked mouse enabled...it was. Thanks> >> > -- > >> > Ron> >>> >>> >> > > > RonNov 26, 2004, 5:39 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win95.general.discussion (More info?)Yes the cable is plugged into the Thanks for the help> >> >> >> [stay> >> >> >> posted?]> >> >> >> >> >> > I always find pictures and jumper tables to be a big help....> >> I'll look at it again when I can and>> report back with more specifics if indicated.
It's probably bad.Here is just one.http://www.compuplus.com/insidepage.php3?id=1000087 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - by niggiebro Â· 12 years ago In reply to Poster rated this answer. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - by willcomp I'll look at it again when I can and> > report back with more specifics if indicated. bof:) 00:35 28 Feb 2005 Hi sattman, when I tab across to 'My computer' and press enter, nothing happens. How can I make this OS wanting my mouse????thanks for any ideas... ...don't take it too seriously RE: Serial Mouse not detected - Win98 MrRohan (Programmer) 7 Oct 03 06:42 i
Data caps just cost a customer [Cox] by Winnebago380. Thanks for the>> >> >> >> >> help>> >> >> >> >> [stay>> >> >> >> >> posted?]>> >> >> >> >>> >> >> >> > I always find pictures and Setup .ini file seems to be fine, there are no conflicts in device manager.