I have a small army of dos mouse drivers as single *.EXE's if you need them. 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. In other words use the bootdisk you need that matches the OS you want to install ie win95/win98. If you don't know who made your cdrom, you can check for a FCCID number and go to the FCCID search form and try to find out. navigate to this website
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 Finding out the exact hard- and software requirements of your software is the necessary first step. 4th June 2012,14:52 #15 danishdeshmuk View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles I found this out. Please try again. http://cutemouse.sourceforge.net/
It's a special bootdisk you create by putting in a new disk into your A: drive and clicking on doscdrom.exe in Windows. Generally, if you have a mouse.com file, then that is put into the autoexec.bat. What's new?
and MS-DOS version 10th April 2012,20:16 #7 betwixt View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Super Moderator Achievements: Awards: Join Date Jul 2009 Location Aberdyfi, West nothing helped me out in this regard 3rd June 2012,12:06 #9 srizbf View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Advanced Member level 5 Achievements: Join Date Apr 2010 If the EXE is compressed with PKLITE, LZEXE or whatever it must be expanded before, e.g. Cute Computer Mouse Related Links DOS Mouse Driver version 11 by MicrosoftNero Vision Express 126.96.36.199NetGear FA310 driver 4.02NetGear FA311 and FA312 driver 1.8Nvidia ForceWare Graphics Driver 77.72Nvidia GeForce FX 5200 Driver 91.31Nvidia ForceWare Graphics
Supplemental Note #3: In the CMOS, sometimes the cdrom will work best in DOS if it's set to NONE on the channel it's on. Freedos Mouse Driver then look for Boot Sequence and set it so A or Floppy shows up first in the sequence. 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 http://www.bootdisk.com/readme.htm In this case I am naming it tomato, you can name it anything you like but I think it has to be 8 characters or less.
Kesai is the manufacturer of that software interface as indicated in previous posts by other mebmers , check whether you have mouse driver already installed. (it is in config.sys) file. How To Install Cute Mouse v1.10a Supports DOS and Win 3.x/ Win95 Disk 1 of 2 msip11a2.exe 1236KB Microsoft IntelliMouse/IntelliPoint mouse drivers. Terms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News. I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time.
Here's the helpfile. https://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000007.htm See the hardware downloads section to download the mouse.com file. Dos Mouse Driver Virtualbox Keep in mind that after you get the video card working properly with the proper drivers you will most likely have to install/update DirectX. Utilities for Mouse.sys Download 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.
MEMTEST86 (HTML) Another great memory tester; writes a bootable disk that has no filesystem, so don't wonder if the disk appears unreadable... useful reference 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 Also remember to check Add/Remove programs to uninstall any old drivers, if there. You may have to hold your Shift key down when you click on the file to download. Cutemouse
This file will make a mouse driver installation diskette. the software is of a machine thanks 10th April 2012,18:29 #2 FoxyRick View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Advanced Member level 4 Join Date Jan 2004 Location Was wondering if you'd be able to send me your "small army of dos mouse drivers" if possible, can't get my serial mouse to work with Windows for Workgroups 3.11 on my review here Supplemental Note #4: This utility uses dos drivers to make your cdrom work.
UMBOPTI.ZIP UMB-driver from the c't magazine for Opti-492 und Opti-495 UMBSIS.ZIP UMB-driver from the c't magazine for SIS-460, 461 and 471 UNIRFRSH.ZIP or VBEHZ.ZIP Set the refreshrates for VESA graphicmodes on Cute Pc Mouse Check there, look for something that says USB Legacy support or similiar. Find the MS-DOS mouse driver Before placing any information into the Autoexec.bat and Config.sys you need to locate one of those files on your computer.
It can search for a serial mouse at all COM ports or only at a specified port. If ver doesn't work then go to your DOS folder and note the dates on the files as they correspond to the version of DOS you are using. You wont have to worry about finding mscdex.exe or himem.sys. Cute Mouse Cartoon Supplemental Note #3: You can also download a bootdisk and add universal cdrom drivers to it by using thepatch.
Reply With Quote July 10th, 2009,04:04 PM #2 Marrr View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Senior Member Join Date Jan 2009 Location Poland Posts 198 Sent to None. After you are done with your dos work you may have to rem out the lines in config.sys and/or autoexec.bat to make sure your cdrom works in Windows because windows likes http://lifesupportal.com/mouse-driver/mouse-drivers-xp.php EDA Resources Teardown Videos EE Podcasts Datasheets Advanced Search Forum General Computer General Computer How to load the drivers for mouse & keyboard from MS-DOS ? + Post New Thread
if already installed , then you might have connected mouse to com2 instead of com1 , i guess. 3rd June 2012,16:01 #12 FvM View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Register Remember Me? V2.0a Supports DOS and Win 3.x/ Win95 /Win NT3.5 , NT4.0 msip22d.zip 1212KB Microsoft IntelliMouse/IntelliPoint mouse drivers. If you have a drivers disk, the .inf file(s) may be located in the root directory of the disk or in a sub folder called win95 or win98.
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 ? Other popular keys include F1 or F2 and for Compaqs, F10 when the big cursor is in the upper right of the screen for example.