3 BUTTON PROMOUSE ON COM1 DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||2.9 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows XP 64-bit, Mac OS X, Mac OS X 10.4, Mac OS X 10.5|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
3 BUTTON PROMOUSE ON COM1 DRIVER
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To connect a Bluetooth mouse to your computer, follow the steps below. Open the Bluetooth utility on your computer and make sure Bluetooth is turned on. The Bluetooth utility, if enabled, can usually be found in the 3 Button ProMouse on COM1 areawith an icon that looks like the Bluetooth symbol. Check the Bluetooth utility to see if it detects the Bluetooth mouse. When the Bluetooth utility finds the Bluetooth mouse, select the mouse in the Bluetooth device list and click the Pair button.
If successful, the mouse will be connected to the computer. Tip If the Bluetooth utility does not detect the Bluetooth mouse, check the bottom of the mouse or inside the battery compartment for a small button.
If found, press the button, as it may be required for the mouse to be discoverable by the computer. If no button is found and the mouse came with a software installation disc, install the mouse software on the computer.
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After installing, check the Bluetooth utility to see if it detects the Bluetooth mouse. Connecting a serial mouse Note When connecting or disconnecting a serial mouse, make sure the computer is turned off. Connect the mouse to the serial port on the back of the computer. If you have more than one 3 Button ProMouse on COM1 port on the computer, we recommend connecting the mouse to the first port. Today, most computers no longer have serial ports. Most serial mice are specialized, so to use one, you need to install the software included with the mouse, or from the mouse manufacturer's website.
Tip If you are having problems connecting a serial mouse to a computer either because it does not have a serial port, or the serial port 3 Button ProMouse on COM1 not working, consider 3 Button ProMouse on COM1 a serial to USB adapter. Do I need mouse drivers? 3) Run Device Manager with Environment variable. Type the following Remove COM1 device in the list of ports, and optionally others that are. 3-Button Mouse Drivers for Windows NT and Windows 95 Serial Mouse (such as our PRO Mouse ) to be used with Windows NT 3.x or Windows NT INF and select COM1, COM2 or PS2 depending on the port your mouse uses.