README.TXT Driver File Contents (netmouse-.exe)

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                 Welcome  to  WheelMouse!
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====== CONTENTS ========================================================
 
 1. Windows Software Installation 
 2. Setup Modifications
 3. WheelMouse Uninstallation
 4. General Notes 



========= 1. WINDOWS SOFTWARE INSTALLATION =============================
                    
1)  Connect WheelMouse to your Computer.

2)  Turn on your computer, Windows NT/95/98 will start.

3)  Insert the backup copy of your WheelMouse 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 WheelMouse.



====== 2. SETUP MODIFICATIONS ==========================================

The Windows setup procedure expands the following files from 
the WheelMouse 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 destination directory (ie. C:\Gmouse)
   gnetmous.exe    (WheelMouse execute file)
   gnetcpl.dll     (dll file for WheelMouse Control Panel)
   And some other files about help and readme.

3) To the "destination directory\uninst" (ie. C:\Gmouse\uninst)
   uninst.exe      (WheelMouse uninstall execute file)
   And some other files necessary for WheelMouse uninstall
   
4) To the WINNT\INF subdirectory (for Windows NT 4.x):
   gnetmous.inf    ( INF file for WheelMouse )
 

---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 )

2) To the Windows\INF
   gnetmous.inf    ( INF file for WheelMouse )

3) To the destination directory (ie. C:\Gmouse)
   gnetmous.exe    (WheelMouse execute file)
   gnetcpl.dll     (dll file for WheelMouse Control Panel)
   And some other files about help and readme.

4) To the "destination directory\uninst" (ie. C:\Gmouse\uninst)
   uninst.exe      (WheelMouse uninstall execute file)
   And some other files necessary for WheelMouse uninstallation.



=========3. WheelMouse Uninstallation ===================================


The uninstall program will remove all WheelMouse driver files.


--- Uninstall WheelMouse from Windows NT3.5x ---

Setp 1. Select WheelMouse group on Program Manager\Startup.

Step 2. Double Click on the Uninstall WheelMouse item.


--- Uninstall WheelMouse 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 WheelMouse and press the Remove
        button.

  Method 2:
    Click Start button and select Programs. Then select WheelMouse and
    double Click Uninstall WheelMouse .

====== 4. GENERAL NOTES ================================================


*  Some applications are programmed in non-standard ways, which limits
   their compatibility with other software, including WheelMouse.To avoid
   headaches, some special WheelMouse functions have been disabled when
   using applications known to cause problems.

*  WheelMouse 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.
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How To Update Drivers Manually

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.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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