Would you use Snapchat filters on your dog? If it’s a serial mouse, make note to which COM port it is connected to and tell that to driver. I have a mouse adapter attached already, and the PS2 mouse works on my XP desktop computer fine, I have a two button serial mouse that works fine, but the software needs three buttons. Shouldn’t affect the mouse at all. Does anyone know of a downloadable software that will make the serial port read the ps2? All times are GMT Originally Posted by Ole Juul.
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Yes No I don’t have a dog. It said it installed on COM1, so maybe that’s why it’s not loading anything? The time now is Many people here swear by ctmouse. SYS, it says on boot: Good Luck – Keep us posted. If the software did not include physical dongles with it I would move the hard drive to the other computer and be done. This computer is DOS 6.
In what to one race is no time at all, another race can rise and fall Does anyone know of a downloadable software that will make the serial port read the ps2?
How do I get it working in layman’s terms? Net is the opinions of its users. Or just use Cutemouse.
Utilities for DOS and Windows. I then checked my autoexec. I think you’d be better off just using a regular serial mouse for DOS.
How to get the mouse to work in MS-DOS
ZIP Logitech mouse driver V6. I run the ctmouse. Thread Tools Show Printable Version.
So recognizing this, the author went back to the BIOS method for mous. The mouse worked fine under Windows 95 when it was installed.
Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to ds used at your own risk. Problem enabling mouse under DOS 6. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Users browsing this forum: A trackball mouse may not work with a generic driver so the one that’s loading for the old one may not work with your new one.
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There’s nothing in the documented jumper settings for this – only on boards. Like in most DOS programs, the documentation is built in. I did not install the common non-ctmouse mouse driver for DOS though DOS Sound Blaster compatibility: You can always try out the CuteMouse driver: Sorry i’m such a noob.
Don’t eat stuff off a 15 year old never cleaned cpu cooler. ZIP Wipes the free areas of a logical drive; works with drive of each size; overwrites mouae to Gigabytes should be enough for the next years Hi, I find Cindy’s references to combo and ‘mouse adapter’ confusing, a I thought a combo was simply when the keyboard and mouse were purchased as a pair combination and matched each other in looks.
In any case, enabling it had no effect. Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4 Last Jump to page: