Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Contour Design USB PerfitMouse
Contour Perfit Mouse USB README File
1. BEFORE YOU BEGIN
To update an existing Contour USB Mouse driver set,
follow the instructions for a first time install.
Removing the existing driver is not necessary.
NOTE: The USB mouse driver requires Windows 98, ME,
2000 or XP. Windows 95 and NT are not supported.
Other mouse software may interfere with installation or
use of the Contour Mouse driver, and should be removed
for best results:
- From the Start menu, select Settings, Control Panel,
then Add/Remove Programs.
- Select any mouse software that appears on the list.
- Click Add/Remove to remove the mouse software.
Restart Windows and confirm that only the standard
Mouse Properties pages are present:
Windows 98: Buttons, Pointers, Motion
Windows ME: Buttons, Pointers, Pointer Options
Windows 2000: Buttons, Pointers, Motion, Hardware
Windows XP: Buttons, Pointers, Pointer Options,
If other pages remain, check your existing mouse
documentation for removal instructions.
2. DRIVER INSTALLATION
For best results, start by connecting the Contour Mouse
to any available USB port, and allow Windows to install
its default driver. Windows ME, 2000 and XP do this
automatically. Windows 98 displays the Add New Hardware
Wizard which asks you where to look for drivers. Do not
supply the driver disk at this time. Just accept the
standard search without options (no floppy drive, CD-
ROM or user specified location). In some cases, you may
be prompted to insert the Windows 98 CD-ROM for
necessary system files.
After Windows installs the default USB driver, the
mouse will be operational. You can then upgrade your
installation to use the enhanced Contour driver set:
NOTE: Installing Windows 2000 or XP drivers requires
system-adminstrator security privileges.
- Insert the driver disk in your floppy drive.
- From the Start menu, select Run, type "A:\SETUP" and
- Follow the prompts to install the driver.