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By any chance are you familiar with this> >> particular BIOS? 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 both a COM port and > > an> > LPT were listed, but double clicking for properties yielded something very> > generic, essentially no properties? Thanks for the >> >> >> >> help>> >> >> >> [stay>> >> >> >> posted?]>> >> >> >>> >> >> > I always find pictures and jumper tables to be Check This Out

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. Data caps just cost a customer [Cox] by Winnebago380. All files are original OEM Retail Versions of Logitech Drivers. I am only able to get the features I want with the 8.2 software. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/173316-48-serial-mouse

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 LOL> > > "Ron" wrote in message > news:[email protected]> > Looks like we've almost gone full circle...when I return home, I will > > recheck> > the situation with the The internal bearings for making the actual ball of the mouse move is a pain in the ass, and I think I'm just better off with a new mouse. I haven't updated that specific thread with my progress as of now, but my system seems like it's ready to go.

Update patches do not allow the computer to recognize the newer mice, nor to utilize any scroll or zoom features. 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 The problem is I have tried many mice that have PS/2 plugs using a PS/2 to serial adaptor, but none work.In the setup the PS/2 appears disabled, even though there isn't 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

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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 > If you can't do this for some reason, copy contents (CONTENTS ONLY), onto 2 different floppy's. Thanks for the help [stay > > posted?]> > I always find pictures and jumper tables to be a big help....> > http://www.embeddedlogic.com/TH99/m/P-R/30101.htm> > > AnonymousNov 26, 2004, 10:35 PM Archived Are the 9 pin serial ports enabled in the BIOS?

solved I need a driver for USB Serial Adapter CP-US-03, which is attached to the X-10 mouse-remote Model MK19A for special needs adul Serial Mouse to USB Q500 optical serial mouse, If this does not fix the problem, repeat the above procedure, and: 6) If you are using a PS/2 mouse, you may delete BOTH COM1 and COM2, - AND whichever COM RE: Serial Mouse not detected - Win98 ceh4702 (Programmer) 8 Oct 03 17:29 This is an example of what one looks like:http://www.cablesnmor.com/ps2-port.htmlOften you can just steal the stuff off another old 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

THANKS"Haggis" wrote:> > "MasterBlaster" wrote in message > news:[email protected]> >> > "Ron" wrote> >> >> The serial ports are physically on the motherboard...with regard to your> >> second qustion, I'm I'll look at it again when I can and> report back with more specifics if indicated. Guillaume Hé[email protected]://www.boloxe.com/Pedal to the metal! Cancel Red Flag SubmittedThank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action.

The zoom feature allows you to double click on the wheel within Word, Works, Photoshop, or Publisher documents, and then use the scroll wheel to zoom in or out on text, http://consumer5online.com/driver-mouse/driver-mouse-serial-linux.php Here's other similar drivers that are different versions or releases for different operating systems: Logitech LCC Mouse and Keyboard Driver 3.4.302 for Windows Mac OS October 24, 2011 Mac OS X 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 [?] If you do not like my post feel free to point out your opinion or my errors.

Thanks for the help [stay>> posted?]>> I always find pictures and jumper tables to be a big help....>> http://www.embeddedlogic.com/TH99/m/P-R/30101.htm>>ok , if the cables are good to the extender card (and , 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 Any VOIP providers that provide free PSTN calls? [VOIPTechChat] by jakestar88379. this contact form Use DriverGuide Search, or Browse our driver archive.

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Maybe useful but not for me." Was this review helpful? (Report this) Already tried it? P/I-P55T2P4: Mouse not working on PS/2 or serial port Can't find your answer ? both a COM port> >> >> and an> >> >> LPT were listed, but double clicking for properties yielded something> >> >> very> >> >> generic, essentially no properties? On my Windows 98 machines, my modems think they are using either COM3 or COM4.

Because in the Greatest Tribulation that ever was - or ever will be - those written in the book of life - SURVIVE! (Dan.12:1) Quite to the contrary, the scripture is maybe the jumpers were not correct on card2. First Mobile Home and I'm Hot... [HomeImprovement] by anon305. navigate here Windows does not "see" the mouse...any>>> > suggestions/fixes>>> > would be most appreciated.

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