Kensington MouseWorks Download Drivers

Available 5 files for MouseWorks
Company
Kensington
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Kensington MouseWorks
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Mac OS 9.x & 8.x
Version Driver
5.7
Size Driver
5Mb
File Name
mouseworks-5_7_installer.hqx
Company
Kensington
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Kensington MouseWorks
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Mac OS X
Version Driver
2.1b1
Size Driver
20Kb
File Name
m502b1.zip
Company
Kensington
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Kensington MouseWorks
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
MS-Dos
Version Driver
5.0
Size Driver
20Kb
File Name
m502b1.zip
Company
Kensington
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Kensington MouseWorks
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 3.1x-95-98-98Se-NT3.5x-4.0-MS-Dos
Version Driver
5.04
Size Driver
2.2Mb
File Name
mouseworks-5_04.exe
Info
1. Installation Instructions
2. Addendum To The Kensington Mouse User Manual
3. Known Driver Problems
4. How to Contact Kensington
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
---------------------------

To install the Kensington MouseWorks software onto your DOS system:

1. Insert the Kensington MouseWorks floppy disk into the disk drive.

2. Type "A:\DOSSETUP.EXE". This assumes that your Kensington MouseWorks
software installation diskette is in the A: drive.

3. Follow the prompts and directions on screen. Simply hitting return at
each screen will select the defaults. This is appropriate for the vast
majority of users.

For complete details on the Setup process, including What Goes Where,
please see the file called SETUP.TXT.
ADDENDUM TO THE KENSINGTON MOUSE USER MANUAL:
--------------------------------------------------

Some applications ask what kind of mouse you are using. If available,
select Expert Mouse, Thinking Mouse or Kensington Mouse. If not, select
IBM or Microsoft Mouse. Kensington input devices are compatible with
these devices.

DOSSETUP: If you have trouble using the Dossetup program, try disabling
any virus programs and retry the installation.

PORTABLE COMPUTERS: Some portable computers have built in input devices,
or emulate a mouse with the keyboard. The hardware will work fine on
these machines, but on some machines you may have to tell the software
what port contains the hardware so it will ignore the built in devices.
For example, if the hardware is plugged into the serial port COM1, and
it is not being automatically recognized, you may need to add the -1 to
the mouse command line. On some machines you may need to use the
software provided with the machine to turn off the built in device.

COMPAQ IPD: The internal pointing device on some Compaq portables (LTE
Lite) may be used if you add "/nCF8,F" on the command line.

HIGH MEMORY: Using DOS 5.x, DOS 6.x, Quaterdeck QEMM, or Qualitas
386Max, both MOUSE.COM and CONTROL.EXE may be loaded into high memory.

DOSJ: The -J parameter on the MOUSE.COM command line will disable
automatic DOSJ support of 2 byte characters in video mode 3.

WORD PERFECT FOR DOS: You have a choice of mouse drivers. You may
select "Kensington Expert Mouse" in the list. This will use
WordPerfect's mouse handling directly and will bypass the Kensington
mouse driver. This choice allows the use of extra video modes supported
by WordPerfect and saves RAM. However, you do not get the value added
features of the Kensington mouse driver.

QUARTERDECK DESQVIEW: We recommend you use the MOUSE -OA1
Ctrl+Shift+button option to avoid alt key conflicts. We also recommend
"Virtualize text/graphics" be turned off to avoid Control Panel
conflicts.

TEST.EXE: This program may not work correctly in a DOS window in
Microsoft Windows.

MOUSE COMMAND LINE: MOUSE -OM# where # is D, H or N for scaling of
Double, Half or Normal.

MOUSE COMMAND LINE: MOUSE -gs
Skip the search for Kensington input devices.
Company
Kensington
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Kensington MouseWorks
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-Me-NT4-2000-XP
Version Driver
5.61
Size Driver
4Mb
File Name
mouseworks-5_61.exe
Info
Table of Contents
=================

I. Installation Instructions
II. Things to Watch Out For
III. History of Changes
IV. Known Issues
V. Control Key Special Effects
VI. How to Contact Kensington
I. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
============================

WARNING! - Before starting the install process, close all active
======= running applications, and save your data.

IMPORTANT NOTE: According to Microsoft, Windows 2000 and Windows XP require
your machine to have a minimum of 64 MB of RAM. Although it is sometimes
possible to run these operating systems with less memory, installing
Kensington MouseWorks on such a machine is not supported. Installing
MouseWorks with less than 64 MB of RAM may result in your machine failing to
boot.

Before you try to install MouseWorks, make sure that you are logged onto your
Windows 2000 or Windows XP system with an account that has sufficient user
privileges to modify the registry and install device drivers.
Installing MouseWorks from CD-ROM
---------------------------------

Insert the MouseWorks Installation CD into your CD-ROM drive. The
Setup application should launch automatically, but if it does not, then

1. Click the Start button and choose 'Run.'

2. Then, click the Browse button and choose the CD-ROM drive.

3. Select Mworks\setup.exe and click 'OK' and install the software.

4. Follow the prompts and directions on screen. Simply hitting return
at each screen will select the defaults. This is appropriate for the
vast majority of users.
II. THINGS TO WATCH OUT FOR
===========================

1. Certain newer Kensington devices, when used with MouseWorks on SMP
(symmetric multiprocessor) machines running Windows 2000, sometimes
cause random freezes or crashes. The cause of this is unknown and is
being investigated. If this happens to you, uninstall MouseWorks. The
devices which may be affected by this problem include the TurboBall,
Expert Mouse Pro, and TurboRing trackballs and the MouseWorks mouse.

2. Mouse speed and acceleration of Kensington devices are completely
controlled by the Kensington MouseWorks control panel. If you are also
using a non-Kensington mouse, only the Windows Mouse control panel
settings apply to that mouse.

3. If you are left-handed, use the Kensington MouseWorks Control Panel to
change the Right button to produce a Left button response and the Left
Button to produce a Right button response. You must do so in that order,
since at least one button must be defined as producing a Left button
action at all times. Note that MouseWorks controls the button mapping
only for Kensington input devices; for non-Kensington devices, use the
"Buttons" tab of the Windows Mouse Control Panel.

4. In the Windows 2000 Device Manager, Kensington mice are labelled either
HID-compliant mouse, Microsoft PS/2 Mouse, or Microsoft Serial Mouse.
This is normal, because the MouseWorks driver simply hooks into the data
stream that is provided by the standard Microsoft drivers.
HelpDrivers Since March 2000