======================================================================== Welcome to Genius NetScroll! ======================================================================== ====== CONTENTS ======================================================== 1. Windows Software Installation 2. Setup Modifications 3. NetScroll Uninstallation 4. General Notes ========= 1. WINDOWS SOFTWARE INSTALLATION ============================= 1) Connect Genius NetScroll to your Computer. 2) Turn on your computer, Windows NT/95/98 will start. 3) Insert the backup copy of your NetScroll floppy disk to floppy drive A:(or B:). 4) Select Run under the Start button (for Windows 95/98/NT4.x) or from the Program Manager/File Manager (for Windows NT3.5x). Type A:\SETUP (or B:\SETUP) and click OK. or Find a:\setup.exe(or b:\setup.exe) in My Computer or Windows Explorers and double click. Follow the instructions on the screen. 5) Restart Windows to activate NetScroll. ====== 2. SETUP MODIFICATIONS ========================================== The Windows setup procedure expands the following files from the NetScroll floppy disk to the system. --- WINDOWS NT SETUP MODIFICATIONS --- Here the WINNT directory means the subdirectory of Windows NT installed. 1) To the WINNT\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS subdirectory: gensmser.sys (Serial port driver) gensmps2.sys (PS2 port driver) 2) To the WINNT\SYSTEM32 subdirectory: gnetcpl.dll (dll file for NetScroll Control Panel) 3) To the destination directory (ie. C:\Gmouse) gnetmous.exe (NetScroll execute file) And some other files about help and readme. 4) To the "destination directory\uninst" (ie. C:\Gmouse\uninst) uninst.exe (NetScroll uninstall execute file) And some other files necessary for NetScroll uninstall 5) To the WINNT\INF subdirectory (for Windows NT 4.x): gnetmous.inf ( INF file for NetScroll ) ---WINDOWS 95/98 SETUP MODIFICATIONS--- Here the Windows directory means the subdirectory of Windows 95/98 installed. 1) To the Windows\SYSTEM subdirectory: gnsmouse.vxd (Virtual driver ) gnetcpl.dll (dll file for NetScroll Control Panel) 2) To the Windows\INF gnetmous.inf ( INF file for NetScroll ) 3) To the destination directory (ie. C:\Gmouse) gnetmous.exe (NetScroll execute file) And some other files about help and readme. 4) To the "destination directory\uninst" (ie. C:\Gmouse\uninst) uninst.exe (NetScroll uninstall execute file) And some other files necessary for NetScroll uninstallation. =========3. NetScroll Uninstallation =================================== The uninstall program will remove all NetScroll driver files. --- Uninstall NetScroll from Windows NT3.5x --- Setp 1. Select Genius NetScroll group on Program Manager\Startup. Step 2. Double Click on the Uninstall Genius NetScroll item. --- Uninstall NetScroll from Windows NT4.x/95/98--- Method 1: Click on the Add/Remove Programs icon in the Windows NT/95/98 Control Panel then select Uninstall Genius NetScroll and press the Remove button. Method 2: Click Start button and select Programs. Then select NetScroll and double Click Uninstall Genius NetScroll . ====== 4. GENERAL NOTES ================================================ * Some applications are programmed in non-standard ways, which limits their compatibility with other software, including NetScroll.To avoid headaches, some special NetScroll functions have been disabled when using applications known to cause problems. * NetScroll is primarily a Windows product. It cannot provide the Pan function in DOS due to the limitations of DOS. However, if you are running DOS programs in a Windows environment you can still use many of the special features as long as your DOS sessions are windowed (i.e. not full screen). * The Button Find feature does not always work. This is due to the use of non-standard windows in some applications and is common to other implementations of this feature.Download Driver Pack
After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.
Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).
If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.
Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.
Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.
Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.
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