DOS 6.22 MOUSE DRIVER DOWNLOAD
Just a theory that I have as to what can be the issue. Shouldn’t affect the mouse at all. ZIP Old boot-manager from , makes a primary partition valid, the remaining invalid; it’s completely whithin the MBR; only for users who know what they do SYS; no 32MB limit;. Those cakes make you sick I tell Board index All times are UTC. Users browsing this forum:
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How to get the mouse to work in MS-DOS
Another thing you can do, is to take a look inside the BIOS setup. Doesn’t matter if I use LH. The ports might be turned off, if the BIOS supports this. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here.
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May I need to crack this machine open again after all? So check the COM port settings. PCI sound cards vs. New since August The mouse worked fine under Windows 95 when it was installed. SYS – no effect.
Mouse in MS-DOS 6.22 (and Windows 3.11)
ZIP datefile gives on 1st Feb. Current cards usally have a larger BIOS that contain the 8×14 font again. This site hosts no abandonware. If it’s a serial mouse, make note to which COM port it is connected to and tell that to driver. I did make a jumper change when I installed thebut all this does is bypass the soldered SX.
ZIP Creates a large file with desired size; useful to force other eos to the end of the disk, e. SYS, it says on boot: Or just use Cutemouse. ZIP Logitech mouse driver V6.
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Utilities for DOS and Windows. ZIP reads and writes 1: SYS; no 32MB limit. ZIP Installs an 8×14 font because many graphics cards vendors removed this font from their products for some time and a lot of software relies an that font.
Just a theory that I have as to what can be the issue. DOS Sound Blaster compatibility: COM don’t work seems to suggest that there’s something wrong on a lower level than the driver – so Mpuse thinking maybe I should fiddle with the P5 jumper before trying the alternative drivers which, believe me, have been duly noted.
Possible there is options for forbid mouse ZIP Logitech mouse driver V7.
ZIP Mouse Reset; can help when the mousepointer hangs. I recall DOS-era Microsoft mouse drivers were for serial mice only. Return to General Old Hardware. Users browsing this forum: This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA.
There’s nothing in the documented jumper settings for this – only on boards. In any case, enabling it had no effect.