Boeder M-7 Bitstar Mouse Download Drivers

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Boeder M-7 Bitstar Mouse
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1. General description
This mouse can emulate either the Microsoft mouse (2 buttons MS mode)
or the Mouse System mouse (3 buttons PC mode). While turning on the
computer without any button pressed , it will act as a Microsoft
mouse ; otherwise, it will act as a Mouse System mouse. The
innovative Mouse Driver can automatically recognize the exact mode
without any soft command. And 10 additional resolutions provide you
to adjust your favorite moving speed and accuracy.

2. System requirements
(1) Computer : Compatible with IBM-PC/XT/AT and PS/2
(2) Disk : A 3.5" floppy disk drive.
(3) DOS version : V3.0 and above.
(4) Memory : above 256K RAM.
(5) Mouse port : Serial mouse port: Com1 to Com4.
(6) Adapter : optional DB-25S to DB-9P adapter.

3. Mode settings
This mouse will set into Microsoft mouse mode while turning on the
power of computer without any button pressed and hold. And vice versa
,it will set into Mouse System mouse mode while turning on the power
of computer with any of the three buttons pressed and hold. If you
are not sure about what mode you have set , you can run the
TRMOUSE.EXE and TRTEST.EXE which contained in the Mouse Driver
diskette at DOS prompt to check it out. The exact mode setting will
be displayed on the test screen.

4. Installation
(1) Before connecting this mouse, please turn off your computer
(2) Directly plug the mouse cable to DB-9P serial port on the
computer or use an optional DB-25S to DB-9P adapter to attach
to a DB-25P serial port.
(3a) As a Microsoft mouse, simply turn on the computer.
(3b) As a Mouse System mouse, pressed and hold any button of the
mouse and then turn on the computer.
(4a) For DOS environment, run the INSTALL.EXE program from the
Mouse Driver diskette to copy all the necessary files to your
hard disk. It will modify the Autoexec.bat file as well in
order to load the mouse driver automatically when you boot up
the computer next time. For more details, please refer to DOS
manual .
(4b) For Windows 3.X environment, double click Windows Setup in
the Main Group and choose either the "Microsoft, or PS/2" or
"Mouse Sytems serial" as the System Default Mouse Driver.
(4c) For Windows 95 environment, simply choose Standard Serial
Port Mouse for the exact mode setting.
(5) Restart or warm-booting computer to take the Driver setting
into effect.

5. Supports Com1 and Com2, Com3, Com4 serial ports.
You can choose any of them to install this mouse. And in DOS
environment, the Mouse Driver (Trmouse.exe) has a default searching
priority from PS/2 first and then Com1 to Com4. As long as the first
one response to the mouse driver, the respective port will be
considered as the system mouse port. Furthermore, you can still use
the following soft command to override the searching priority in case
of mixing-up chaos with other serial devices.

Command format : TRMOUSE /n

Where n starts from 1 to 4 which refers to Com1 to Com4, the serial
communication port number where the mouse was installed.
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