CuteMouse can also install itself in upper memory, when available, without requiring external utilities such as the LH (LoadHigh) command. Or is there no PS/2 anymore on your new machine? MS Virtual PC or VirtualBox), install MS DOS or FreeDOS inside and run your legacy games under an up to date operating system as Windows 7. Targaff Member Posts: 244Joined: 2002-11-19 @ 17:40 Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Post a reply 2 have a peek at these guys
When I plug it into USB directly on some machine it work or my new ASUS motherboard it does not. User Name Remember Me? Another choice might be one of the little touchpad keyboards that uses a ps/2 to infrared connection, but they're clunky and less than a pleasure to use.SkipAudares Juvo Report • #2 Topic Tools #1 December 9th, 2004, 08:37 PM IainElder Member Join Date: Nov 2004 O/S: Windows XP Pro Location: St Andrews, Scotland Age: 29 Posts: 56 USB Mouse directory
Supports wheel testing, so removed wheeltst. removed "XMS UMB" allocate / free: only DOS UMB worked anyway do not disablePS2 right before enablePS2 (IRQ/settings) store only CRTC port (3d4/3b4), not full videoregs structure explicitly set "blit mode" The problem is though, my mouse and keyboard are USB devices. No room for legacy box, all in one system.
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? Wouldn't that be the solution? UHCI appeared to detect it correctly, but whenever I run a program in DOS that looks for a mouse, my keyboard and mouse both freeze and I have to switch my I am just really surprised noone had written a 3rd party driver for something like this.
dropped packed / unpacked distinction, but feel free to aPack binaries yourself (upx somehow refuses to compress ctmouse?). directory structure changed to something more elaborate, with bin/, doc/ctmouse/ and source/ctmouse/ with subdirectories. This also allows easy installation in FreeDOS, just unzip. Last time I tried a virtual machine, it did not recognize things like that and used default General Midi and graphics drivers.
The problem is though, my mouse and keyboard are USB devices. An important CuteMouse feature is its small memory footprint: the resident part (TSR) occupies less than 3.5K. If you have a PS/2 mouse, you won't have to worry about loading USB drivers for DOS and simply running mouse.com should give you a mouse pointer in ghost for DOS. Thanks anyway, Renegade.
Are there no generic drivers anywhere? http://assistepc.com/logitech-usb/logitech-usb-mic-drivers.php It's a DOS-based game, so I should be able to boot up on my MS-DOS v5.0 partition and play it from there. vogons.org will not be held responsible for users' posts. Discussion Thread Date Logitech y-x5a77 (Windows 7 x64) May 19, 2015 Logitech m-bt96a (Windows Vista) [USB] 1 reply Jan 19, 2013 logitech y-rb6 (Windows XP Professional) 1 reply Dec 5, 2012
If it's the PS2 one, or they do have an adapter, a generic driver should work - try CTMouse or something. Post a reply 2 posts • Page 1 of 1 Reply with quote DOS Drivers for Logitech "Click! errrr.. check my blog All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users.
Several functions may not work. Any advice would be most appreciated!!See More: How to use a Wireless USB Mouse and Keyboard in MS-Dos Report • #1 SkipCox August 12, 2013 at 21:47:37 ✔ Best AnswerFrankly, believe The mouse.com file used to come with Windows 98 I think but not sure about Windows ME.....
Back to top Back to FreeDos and Dos 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear reboot.pro → Groups → Windows It works fantastic on Windows 98 with some open source updated USB and Kernel drivers I was able to find, but many of the games cannot run in Windows and need All those classic oldies.I am having one slight problem though. Unsubscribe About Us Overview Contact Us Take our Site Survey Testimonials Copyright © 1996 - DriverGuide is an iCentric Corporation Company.
Disabled many macros. Is there any recommended mouse driver for DOS ? Forum Archive Cyber Tech Help Forums RSS Help Forums | Tutorials | Downloads | News | Other Resources Home | Site Help | About Us | Subscriptions | Services | Contact http://assistepc.com/logitech-usb/logitech-mic-drivers-xp.php I have a P-II Vectra - maybe they didnt put USB legacy support in it until the P-III model.
This manufacturer makes Input Devices (mouse, etc.), Other Devices, Scanner. As far as I know, DOS doesn't normally have USB support. If CTH has helped you, please consider liking and sharing us on Facebook Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... The old BC3.1 mousetst was very un-portable to another C.
I don't really feel like searching through hundreds of drivers to find just the right one. this version comes with TASM and JWASMD binaries so you can compare them: ctmouse binaries are byte identical with the exception of protocol.com where I had to fix a bug. This site hosts no abandonware. Thankyou for your time and any help or adivce that you can give me.
I have even tried OHCI.EXE and UHCI.EXE, which are supposed to make USB mouses work in DOS. Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Devilot Newbie Posts: 2Joined: 2004-8-21 @ 05:05 Top Reply with quote Re: DOS Drivers for Logitech "Click! V2.1 branch uses BIOS to handle PS/2 mice but also supports the wheel, combining the best of V1.9 and V2.0.
The message tells that this CuteMouse version does not support non-VGA plain EGA hardware. I am running PhoenixBIOS 4.0 Release 6.0.L - HP Revision HN.02.04.US on an HP Vectra VL 6/400 Series 8 and there is no Legacy Support option with the BIOS (of course 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 - It may say something about Dos support or similar and not 'legacy'.
I am using usb mouse. 1.