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A4Tech A4Tech Serial Port Mouse Driver
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Standardized protocols Mouse device drivers in your OS may use the standardized protocol regardless of the model or the class of the mouse. For example, SVR4 systems may support "Xqueue" protocol. Please refer to the OS support section of this file for A4Tech A4Tech Serial Port Mouse information.
The old Pointer section has been replaced by a more general InputDevice section. The following is a minimal example of an InputDevice section for a mouse: Currently there is no reliable way to automatically detect the correct number.
This option is the only means for the X server to obtain it. The default value is three.
Note that if you intend to assign Z axis movement to button events using the ZAxisMapping option below, you need to take account of those buttons into N too. Option "Buttons" "N" This option maps the Z axis wheel motion to buttons or to another axis.
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The third example will map negative Z axis motion to the button N1 and positive Z axis motion to the button N2. If this option is used and the A4Tech A4Tech Serial Port Mouse N1 or N2 actually exists in the mouse, their actions won't be detected by the X server.
The last example is useful for the mouse with two wheels of which the second wheel is used to generate horizontal scroll action, and the mouse which has a knob or A4Tech A4Tech Serial Port Mouse stick which can detect the horizontal force applied by the user. Double-click the System icon.
Click the Device Manager tab. Expand Mouse, and then verify that your device is listed.
Restart the computer in safe A4Tech A4Tech Serial Port Mouse Windows 7 or Windows Vista Click Startclick the arrow next to the Lock buttonand then click Restart. Use one of the following methods: If the computer has a single operating system installed, repeatedly press the F8 key as the computer restarts.
You must press F8 before the Windows logo appears. If the Windows logo appears, you must try again. If the computer has more than one operating system, use the arrow keys to highlight the operating system that you want to start in safe mode, and then press F8.
Click Restart the computer, and then click Yes.