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RAR and ZIP commands used: rar a -m5 -r -s -tl x.rar * and zip -r9 -o x.zip * The latest beta version in the 2.1 branch is v2.1 beta 4. Try that. V1.9 branch uses BIOS to handle PS/2 mice. Finally, assure that the Onboard FDC Swap A & B is set to No Swap if your 1.44 is at the end of your floppy cable.
They are beginning to put special un-installers for download that you can use. Microsoft dir command help. V2.1 branch uses BIOS to handle PS/2 mice but also supports the wheel, combining the best of V1.9 and V2.0. Leave them in however if working on a win3X PC.
Now you have two options: First, install your drivers the standard way according to the docs for your specific card, or Second, reboot again and if Windows asks for the correct vBulletin Optimisation by vB Optimise. --[[ ]]-- Jump to content Forum Downloads Tutorials More Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic ForumMembersHelp Files Downloads Tutorials reboot.pro → http://www.uwe-sieber.de/util_e.html CTmouse CTMOUSE19.ZIP Logitech mouse driver LOGI650.ZIP MS Mousedriver V6.24 for DOS from 1988 Please advice and thank you. Cute Computer Mouse It's 156K bytes so you may have to remove some of the utils on your bootdisk if you don't have enough room for the scsi drivers.
and exit autoexec.bat then ? Or, Download mouse.zip to an empty folder on your hard drive and and unpack it. I WANT A MOUSE IN DOS The easiest way to test and/or get a standard serial or ps/2 mouse working in DOS is to download mouse.com to C:\ and C:\Windows and More hints From a DOS boot, or a boot to Command Prompt Only from the win95/98 menu, type win /d:m for Safe Mode with CDrom support.
The TSR cannot detect and fix that mode change. How To Install Cute Mouse DOS) and here you can use your keyboard & the keyboard works fine at DOS environment ............ 3rd June 2012,21:26 4th June 2012,09:35 #14 FvM View Forum Posts Private A proper bootdisk also contains the utilities you will need, like format, fdisk, sys, edit, qbasic, copy, xcopy, label, chkdsk, himem, etc. If you know the brand of the card or type of chip, sometimes the card makers have ID utilities that you can download to properly identify the specific model so you
If Windows 98 doesn't install the correct drivers "automatically" or ask for the location of the correct drivers then right click on the desktop, select Properties | Settings | Advanced | http://driverzone.com/drivers/microsoft/ It's the best. Dos Mouse Driver Virtualbox the system has MS-DOS and a bootable software that always boots up automatically in MS-DOS whenever the PC is turned on ... Mouse.sys Download Originally Posted by danishdeshmuk nothing helped me out in this regard (in your first post you wrote:) How to load the drivers for mouse & keyboard from MS-DOS ?
Reply With Quote February 21st, 2012,08:40 AM #6 Chuck(G) View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Senior Member Join Date Jan 2007 Location Pacific Northwest, USA get redirected here If Windows 95 doesn't install the correct drivers "automatically" then right click on the desktop, select Properties | Settings | Advanced Properties | Adapter | Change. When I plug it into PS/2 slot (with adaptor) the USB mouse will work on any machine.Does it include your new ASUS motherboard? See the hardware downloads section to download the mouse.com file. Cutemouse
If you are using Win98 and your video drivers disk only has a Win95 folder then its certainly time to download the latest files for your video adapter from the manufacturers I use CTMOUSE (CuteMouse) because it takes up a lot less RAM than the official Microsoft driver, and works just as well. V2.0a Supports DOS and Win 3.x/ Win95 /Win NT3.5 , NT4.0 msip22d.zip 1212k Microsoft IntelliMouse/IntelliPoint mouse drivers. navigate to this website It's a special bootdisk you create by putting in a new disk into your A: drive and clicking on doscdrom.exe in Windows.
Very often have to take out your video card from the computer to properly Identify it so you can find the right drivers. Cute Pc Mouse but it does work when i exit the application (software) then a black screen comes up (i.e. I have tried the following mouse driver but still does not work.
You often have to look at the chipset to find the numbers you need to locate and download the proper drivers. Is there any recommended mouse driver for DOS ? In other words use the bootdisk you need that matches the OS you want to install ie win95/win98. Cute Mouse Cartoon Or, another way: Do a sys a: from a C:\_ prompt and then download shebang2 to an empty folder on your hard drive, click on it and copy the contents to
yeah in ms dos ........ Also did you try mouse.com? I am using usb mouse. 1. my review here V2.0a Supports DOS and Win 3.x/ Win95 /Win NT3.5 , NT4.0 msip22d.zip 1212KB Microsoft IntelliMouse/IntelliPoint mouse drivers.
The files are also quite large and use a lot of base ram. Did you see the Panasonic copyright notice when DOS started etc? If all that evaluates to yes then I am out of ideas Back to top #8 betrand betrand Frequent Member Advanced user 467 posts France Posted 23 July 2011 - Sometimes it works best if set to AUTO.
DOS- and Windows EXE files VB40032.EXE Visual Basic 4.0 32bit Runtimes ZE11.ZIP ZIP Eject; ejects ZIP disks and other removable media by a click on a systray icon Counter since Was this page useful? Supplemental Note #1: To make a better Windows 98 bootdisk then the one that came with your Windows CD, put in your CD and seek out \tools\mtsutil\fat32ebd\fat32ebd.exe and double click on msip10.zip 932KB msip10.htm Microsoft IntelliMouse/IntelliPoint mouse drivers.
Kesai is the manufacturer of that software interface 3rd June 2012,15:53 #11 srizbf View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Advanced Member level 5 Achievements: Join Date Apr ZIP format RAR format New in v2.0 alpha 4 since v1.9.1, changes by Nagy Daniel, Jason Burgon and Arkady Belousov: Hardware PS/2 handling reintroduced Added new wheel API Added wheel tester When I plug it into PS/2 slot (with adaptor) the USB mouse will work on any machine. 2. Hidusb.sys is actually a Microsoft USB driver originally from Win98 but included in later Windows versions, too: Just search your system for the file, and it probably will be there.
This may happen when you add a new pci card or just swap slots, add other new hardware, experience a surge, or reinstall Windows. The mouse.com file used to come with Windows 98 I think but not sure about Windows ME..... Before you use this disk your hard drive has to be partitioned and formatted and made bootable with the sys c: command. Supplemental Note #4: After you make any bootdisk using any method even an image program the very first thing to do is WRITE PROTECT it.
Reminder, you should have at least a basic disk that at least starts your computer before you apply thepatch. serial interface yeah the software of a machine ..... Additional information Autoexec.bat and config.sys help. serial interface yeah the software of a machine .....
This also allows easy installation in FreeDOS, just unzip. GETXMS.ZIP Allocates an XMS block temporarely HIRAM.ZIP Hardware UMBs for 386 and 486 computers INFORMER.ZIP An excellent system information tool; Freeware; MAXLLF.ZIP Low Level formatter from Maxtor; Old version that works Selection #1 works 99% of the time. First, make sure the bios knows that you have a 1.44 floppy installed.