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Mystilleef



Joined: 17 Nov 2003
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Mystilleef
Hello,

I learnt about MenuetOS via osnews and found the concept fascinating. I successfully downloading and created a floppy image. Everything works excellently, except my USB mouse. Unfortunately, I can't use the keyboard to navigate around the MenuetOS. Any suggestions are appreciated.

Mouse Spec.

Gateway Logitech USB mouse.
Post 17 Nov 2003, 07:11
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Mystilleef



Joined: 17 Nov 2003
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Mystilleef
Hmmm...I guess I'm the only person experiences this problem then.
Post 18 Nov 2003, 00:23
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fasm9



Joined: 19 Jun 2003
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fasm9
http://menuetos.free.fr/forum/index.php?tree=false&page=1

Toni Ruottu wrote:
I've a Logitech too and it works.

I think that it will work only,
if your bios emulates the ps/2 mouse.
(This means that you plug it in usb and
bios then tells Menuet that it is a ps/2 mouse)

You might be able to enable this feature in your bios setup.
I have an Award bios.


If you can't make it that way you can always use an usb->ps/2 adapter
and plug your mouse into the ps/2-slot. My mouse had an adapter included
in the package.

Heres a picture of a green one Smile
http://www.ramelectronics.net/html/usb-ps2-adapter.htm

Vincent wrote:
Hi, i now have a usb logitech mouse and it does not work in menuet. Is there a way to make it work?
Post 18 Nov 2003, 02:13
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Mystilleef



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Mystilleef
Ah, thank you very much.
Post 18 Nov 2003, 11:56
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DarkAngel



Joined: 25 Nov 2003
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DarkAngel
If your mouse is not detected (or you don´t have mouse), you can use "a virtual mouse". Press ALT+F4 when you see the mouse pointer, press ALT+left, ALT+right, ALT+up or ALT+down to move the mouse pointer. to simulate the click, just press ALT+F4.
regars
DarkAngel
Post 25 Nov 2003, 10:18
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