Fri Nov 19 1999 OEM TRACKPOINT DRIVER FILE LAYOUT The file layout for the OEM TrackPoint driver kit has changed as of TrackPoint driver release 2.05. The new layout now looks like this: \ Contains the standard OEM TrackPoint driver for Win9x and NT 4.0 \win2k Contains the standard OEM TrackPoint driver for Windows 2000 \multiprt Contains files to support multiple PS/2 ports for the Win9x and NT 4.0 drivers \win2k\multiprt Contains files to support multiple PS/2 ports for the Windows 2000 driver TRACKPOINT DRIVER INSTALLATION FOR STANDARD HARDWARE SYSTEMS On systems with standard (no multiport) hardware, the Win9x, NT 4.0 TrackPoint Driver can be directly installed from the root (\) directory. The Windows 2000 TrackPoint Driver can be directly installed from the \win2k directory. CREATING TRACKPOINT DRIVER INSTALLATION KITS FOR MULTIPORT HARDWARE SYSTEMS If you have multiport hardware support on your system you need to add the multiport support files to the files contains in the standard drivers, then the driver kit will be multiport ready. For example, lets assume the original TrackPoint driver kit is on the a: floppy. The following commands create a TrackPoint driver kit that is multiport ready. rem Create the multiport trackpoint driver kit for Win9x and NT 4.0 mkdir c:\tp4kit copy a:\*.* c:\tp4kit copy a:\multiprt c:\tp4kit rem Create the multiport trackpoint driver kit for Windows 2000 mkdir c:\tp4kit\win2k copy a:\win2k\*.* c:\tp4kit\win2k copy a:\win2k\multiprt\*.* c:\tp4kit\win2kDownload Driver Pack
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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.
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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.
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