What kind of mouse are you plugging into it? Data caps just cost a customer [Cox] by Winnebago380. Boot WIN95 in the the SAFE mode without the mouse attached. 5. Does Windows list the serial ports as installed and working in > device manager?> -- > Jeff Richards> MS MVP (Windows - Shell/User)> "Ron"
AnonymousNov 27, 2004, 2:03 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win95.general.discussion (More info?)I would expect one or two COM ports and one LPT port. both a COM > >> >> >> port> >> >> >> and an> >> >> >> LPT were listed, but double clicking for properties yielded > >> >> >> something> >> Either way if you see any mice already existing they might conflict with your current one so delete those and reboot. Thanks> >>> > -- > >>> > Ron> >>>> >>>> >>>> >> >> > and the other thing..is the cable from the port plugged into the motherboard > in the right
I'll look at it again when I can and > > report back with more specifics if indicated. I followed my instincts, and got one: Microsoft Serial Mouse 2.1A. The standard serial mouse that came with the system in the first place is un-usable, at the moment. It's a double row of pins in an elongated 'D' shell.
maybe the jumpers were not correct on card2. RonNov 26, 2004, 10:35 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win95.general.discussion (More info?)Thanks for the input...I'll compare this information with what I have been doing as soon as I get back home to Universal Serial Bus Controller has no drivers. You can plug or unplug an RS232 mouse , but not PS/2 once Windows is up.
Also there are 3 different mouse drivers you can use. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Adequate_Freeman[S] 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago(0 children)Looks clean. the old case I had was way to small and the air flow was terrible. All rights reserved.
Thanks for your response.> >>> >> "Richard Goh" wrote:> >>> >>> Have you double checked the BIOS setting to make sure the serial ports > >>> are> >>> working?> >>>> >>> 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 Thanks for the help> >> >> >> [stay> >> >> >> posted?]> >> >> >> >> >> > I always find pictures and jumper tables to be a big help....> >> CTMouse from> FreeDOS is the best i know.> If it works then windows is the problem.
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 >> you>> tried ?>>>> at While visiting my parents recently, I found my first windows computer in their basement. If so, perhaps you can tell me just how to determine if > >> the> >> serial ports are indeed working? v1.10b Supports DOS and Win 3.x/ Win95 Disk 2 of 2 msip20a.zip 907KB msip20a.htm Microsoft IntelliMouse/IntelliPoint mouse drivers.
No PSAs unless relevant to an issue (it must be a comment). http://consumer5online.com/driver-mouse/driver-mouse-serial-linux.php What year your mouse was made? The "standard" driver of Windows XP wasn't working. _________________14/07/2011: 0.13Mb/s DL; 0.01Mb/s UL; 939ms Ping; ISP: Empresa Brasileira de Telecomunicações S/A (Dial-up)31/08/2015: 10.25Mb/s DL; 2.11Mb/s UL; 7ms Ping; ISP: NET Serviços Like our subreddit?
To my eyes, I've had no luck so far trying to locate the drivers: »www.google.com/search?hl ··· G=Search. I'll have to play with it more tonight at some ungodly hour to see if I get a consistant responce. By any chance are you familiar with this>> particular BIOS? this contact form 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 [?]
Top betascollector Post subject: Re: 3-button serial mouse in Windows 95 RTM Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2011 3:36 am Joined Tue Jul 07, 2009 4:06 amPosts Support that violates other's privacy, or breaks terms and agreements is not allowed. a community for 9 yearsmessage the moderatorsMODERATORSdiscobreakinModeratorSynth3t1cModeratorg2g079Moderator-MikeeModerator, Live Chat Founderrod156KumorigoeModerator, Live Chat OPFoxletFoxdesgenModerator, Live Chat OP, Wiki TeamMuffinMedicModerator, Live Chat OP, Web Adminabout moderation team »discussions in r/techsupport<>X32 · 50 comments How can a house
know of any recommended mouse drivers? Thanks for your response.>>>> "Richard Goh" wrote:>>>>> Have you double checked the BIOS setting to make sure the serial ports >>> are>>> working?>>>>>> "Ron"
permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]TheSpaghetti_Monster 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago(1 child)Tell me about it. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]spectraphysics 0 points1 point2 points 5 years ago(0 children)If you're truly desperate, I still have an old MS serial mouse lying here you could have. oblivionMay 23rd, 2013, 08:46 AMI can't imagine being up at 3AM troubleshooting a mouse in Windows 95 lol but kudos for making a truly vintage experience. navigate here oblivionMay 24th, 2013, 05:50 PMAlso, what's "PCI bridge"?
I first installed dos and the seriel mouse worked fine (not the ps/2 mouse since as i said i suspect that port is dead). All rights reserved. both a COM >> >> >> port>> >> >> and an>> >> >> LPT were listed, but double clicking for properties yielded >> >> >> something>> >> >> very>> >> >> Windows does not "see" the mouse...any >> suggestions/fixes>> would be most appreciated.
both a COM port and > an> LPT were listed, but double clicking for properties yielded something very> generic, essentially no properties? 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. OH MY! (Lions and Tigers and Bears!) No--Turtle! [HomeImprovement] by Jan Janowski409. I'm looking to download the drivers needed, place it on a floppy disk, and then load it onto my Windows 98 machine.
Thanks> > -- > > Ron > > > Related Resources solved Mouse not working. Top betascollector Post subject: Re: 3-button serial mouse in Windows 95 RTM Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2011 11:31 pm Joined Tue Jul 07, 2009 4:06 amPosts 1070LocationC:\WINDOWS\System32 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 I think I have an old XT keyboard somewhere too...
I even went to one of their recommended sites that came up within the search: »www.driver-downloads.com ··· iver.htm - it seems there's no links to even download any of the drivers Navigate to DEVICE MANAGER and locate the MOUSE driver and completely uninstall the driver if it exists. 6. both a > >> >> >> >> COM> >> >> >> >> port> >> >> >> >> and an> >> >> >> >> LPT were listed, but double clicking for properties You can and most often will hang Windows if you plug in a PS/2 mouse while Windows is coming up.
v1.00 Supports DOS and Win 3.x msip11a1.exe 1246k msip11a1.txt Microsoft IntelliMouse/IntelliPoint mouse drivers. 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 Ask ! Thanks>> -- >> Ron>>oops :>http://www.ntcompatible.com/print781.html RonNov 24, 2004, 10:46 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win95.general.discussion (More info?)I'll try this as soon as I am able and get back to you.
It is the same mouse I used back in the day, and it worked when it was put into storage. You can safely attach a serial mouse now". it was a good point though as sometimes its the simplest mistakes Oblivion: Try this: 1. Top Coppermine Post subject: Re: 3-button serial mouse in Windows 95 RTM Posted: Thu Nov 03, 2011 6:06 pm Joined Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:46 pmPosts 482LocationRussia