ALPS LOGITECH PS/2 PORT MOUSE DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS


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Alps Logitech PS/2 Port Mouse Driver

I have an SGI "granite" keyboard. The plug looks OK, but I cannot get it to plug in properly without a ton of wriggling and fiddling and a. (Code 10) Keyboard And Mouse FIX If the "Upperfilters" multi-string value is already there, delete it. KEEMUX® PS/2 KVM switches allow one keyboard, monitor and mouse to control multiple PCs (up to computers). Dedicated internal Alps Glidepoint Touchpad-extended functions (i.e. tapping, etc.) Logitech (and other) 3-button mice.


ALPS LOGITECH PS/2 PORT MOUSE DRIVER WINDOWS

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Alps Logitech PS/2 Port Mouse Driver

Most mice are supported natively, but for any mouse with additional buttons, a scroll wheel or a different communication protocol, the USBHID driver is recommended.

Mouse with scroll wheel. Magic Mouse.

Logitech PS/2 Port Mouse Drivers

Wireless IR mouse. IntelliMouse Optical.

ALPS LOGITECH PS/2 PORT MOUSE DRIVER

Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer. It sometimes takes a long while before the device will respond after reset.

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These options control how long the driver should wait before it eventually gives up waiting. If the driver seems unable to detect your pointing device, you may want to increase these values. The default values are msec for X and 5 for Y. The default debug level is zero.

Serial Mouse with laptop? Tom's Hardware Forum

Driver Flags The psm driver accepts the following driver flags. It must be zero through four. The greater the value is, the finer resolution the device will select. Actual resolution Alps Logitech PS/2 Port Mouse by this field varies according to the model of the device. Typical resolutions are: The smaller the value of this flag is, more sensitive the movement becomes.

The minimum value allowed, thus the value for the most sensitive setting, is one. Setting this flag to zero will completely disables the acceleration effect. If you think your pointing device is not functioning as expected, and the kernel frequently prints the following message to the console, psmintr: Extra features, such as wheels and additional buttons, will not be recognized by the psm driver.

However, because there is no way for the psm driver to know the settings, the device and the driver may not work correctly. The flag should never be necessary under normal circumstances.

This flag will make the psm driver assume that the device behaves this way. It should never be necessary under normal circumstances.

Disable Touchpad or PS/2 mouse - Super User

This will enable psm to handle packets from guest devices sticks and extra buttons. Instead of trying to brute-force kill the device -- check if you can install the driver package for the touchpad. It's likely you have either a Synaptics or Alps touchpad.

In either case, the software has an option to disable the touchpad upon connecting an external mouse haven't looked for an option that disables it for good though. If that doesn't work out -- this is sort of a stretch, but maybe try changing the driver to something that "breaks" that device and prevents it from working? Like intentionally making it throw the yellow exclamation mark Alps Logitech PS/2 Port Mouse Device Manager.

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I'm going to guess disabling it would be bad since that'll likely take out your keyboard too. I proceeded to disable HID mouse thinking that this was causing conflict with the touchpad, immediately my USB mouse stop functioning.

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