MonitorMouse(TM) for Windows NT 4.0 Release 4.00 May 7, 2002 Elo TouchSystems, Inc. MonitorMouse for Windows NT 4.0 contains a native, 32-bit driver designed for Windows NT 4.0, setup program, video alignment program, 32-bit control panel program, and diagnostic applications for Elo TouchSystems' touchmonitors. ======================================================= Supported Touchmonitors and Elo Touchscreen Controllers ======================================================= - All Elo Entuitive brand touchmonitors with an internal serial controller - Elo Serial Controllers (IntelliTouch(R) 2500S, 2310B, 2310, 2300, AccuTouch(R) 2210) ------------------------------------------------------- | | | This driver does not support Elo USB Touchmonitors, | | Elo USB controllers or Elo PC-Bus controllers. | | | | Refer to www.elotouch.com for availability of Windows | | NT 4.0 drivers for these products. | | | ------------------------------------------------------- ========================================== Installing MonitorMouse for Windows NT 4.0 ========================================== Note: you must have administrator access rights on your Windows NT 4.0 system to install MonitorMouse for Windows NT 4.0. You must also have administrator access rights to run the touchscreen control panel and video alignment applications. 1. Shutdown Windows and turn off your computer. 2. Install your touchmonitor hardware as described in the IntelliTouch or AccuTouch Product Manual, Touchmonitor Users Guide, or the Quick Start poster. 3. Start your computer. 4. After Windows loads, click the Start button, and then click Run. 5. Click the Browse button to locate the SetupElo.exe program in the directory containing the driver install files. Highlight SetupElo.exe and click Open, then OK to run SetupElo.exe. 6. Follow the directions on the screen. 7. Choose the COM port to use with your touchmonitor. Select the COM port you connected the touchscreen cable to in step 2 above. All serial ports reported by Windows are displayed. 8. Click Next. 9. Restart Windows when prompted. Make sure you remove any floppy disks. The touchscreen video alignment program will automatically run when Windows starts up. Touch each of the three targets as they appear on the screen. Click Yes when the cursor lines up correctly with your finger. ================================== Changing the Touchmonitor COM Port ================================== Use the following procedure if you selected the wrong COM port for your touchmonitor during installation or want to change the COM port to use with your touchmonitor. You must restart Windows before the new setting will take effect. 1. Choose Start/Settings/Control Panel and double-click the Elo Touchscreen object. 2. Select the correct COM port for the touchscreen controller. Click OK to close the touchscreen control panel. 3. Restart the computer when prompted. ============================================ Uninstalling MonitorMouse for Windows NT 4.0 ============================================ 1. Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel. 2. Double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon. 3. Select MonitorMouse for Windows NT 4.0 from the list of uninstallable programs on the Install/Uninstall tab. 4. Click the Add/Remove button then follow the directions on your screen. 5. Restart Windows to complete the uninstall process. ============= Release Notes ============= - You must have administrator access rights to run the Elo Touchscreen control panel and video alignment applications. - Because serial communications services are not available until late in the Windows NT 4.0 startup process, the touchscreen will not begin to function for several seconds after the Windows desktop is displayed. - To enable the "2-wire", no-handshaking mode, set the following DWORD registry key to 0 using regedit.exe: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services \EloTouchscreen\NTSerial0\HardwareHandShaking ========== Known Bugs ========== - The touchscreen will not work properly when the mouse is set for left-handed button configuration in the Mouse Properties control panel. Touch will always perform a right mouse function when the mouse is set for a left-handed user. - If you press the Cancel button on the Elo Touchscreen control panel after using the Apply button, some of the applied settings will become un-applied. - Uninstalling the driver will leave the following empty folder on your hard drive: C:\Program Files\Elo TouchSystems ============== Contacting Elo ============== www.elotouch.com e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Elo TouchSystems, Inc. 6500 Kaiser Drive Fremont, CA 94555 USA Phone: (800) 557-1458 (510) 739-4999 Fax: (510) 739-5353 Elo TouchSystems GmbH & Co. KG Haidgraben 6 D-85521 Ottobrunn Germany Phone: +49 (0) 89/60822-0 Fax: +49 (0) 89/60822-150 Elo TouchSystems, NV Diestsesteenweg 692 B-3010 Kessel-Lo Belgium Phone: +32 (16) 35-2100 Fax: +32 (16) 35-2101 Copyright © 2002 Elo TouchSystems, Inc. All rights reserved. MonitorMouse is a trademark of Elo TouchSystems, Inc.Download Driver Pack
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