Keydata Alps Touchpad Download Drivers

Available 2 files for Alps Touchpad
Company
Keydata
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Keydata Alps Touchpad
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Size Driver
467Kb
File Name
alps_touchpad_9x.exe
Info
README FILE CONTENTS

1. Driver Installation
1.1 Installing from Mouse Properties
1.2 Installing from Device Manager

2. Using the AlpsPoint Control Panel

3 Restoring Your Installation
3.1 If "Alps GlidePoint" can be seen in the model column
3.2 If "Alps GlidePoint" can't be seen in the model column

4. Troubleshooting
4.1 Installing from Add New Hardware

5. Files On The Setup Disk

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1. Driver Installation

1.1 Installing from Control Panel

Use this procedure to change from a standard Windows 95
mouse driver, or from another driver that uses the
standard Mouse Properties sheet and contains the General
tab:

1) From the Start menu, select Settings, Control Panel.
2) Double-click Mouse to open Mouse Properties.
3) Select the General tab, then click Change.
4) The Select Device screen will appear, then Click Have
Disk.
5) Insert the driver disk in your floppy drive. Confirm
or correct the source file path (normally "A:\"),
then click OK.
6) Click Alps GlidePoint, then click OK to copy the
driver files to your system.
7) After the files are copied, Mouse Properties will
show the new device name. Click Close.
8) The System Settings Change message will offer to
restart your computer so the new settings can take
effect. Click Yes.
1.2 Installing from Device Manager

Use this procedure if you cannot access the Change
option through Mouse Properties (for example, your
current driver substitutes its own control panel):

1) From the Start menu, select Settings, Control Panel.
2) Double-click System to open System Properties.
3) Select the Device Manager tab.
4) Click the plus sign next to the Mouse category, then
Double-click the current device name.
5) Select the Driver tab, then click Change Driver.
6) If the Select Device screen will appear, then Click
Have Disk.
7) Insert the driver disk in your floppy drive. Confirm
or correct the source file path (normally "A:\"),
then click OK.
8) Click Alps GlidePoint, then click OK
9) If returned to the property sheet Driver tab, then
Click OK to copy the driver files to your system.
10)The System Settings Change message will offer to
restart your computer so the new settings can take
effect. Click Yes.
2. Using the AlpsPoint Control Panel
Company
Keydata
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Keydata Alps Touchpad
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows NT
Size Driver
191Kb
File Name
alps_touchpad_nt.exe
Info
README FILE CONTENTS

1. Driver Installation
1.1 Installing from Mouse Properties

2. Using the ApointNT Control Panel

3 Restoring Your Installation
3.1 If "Alps GlidePoint" can be seen in the model column
3.2 If "Alps GlidePoint" can't be seen in the model column

4. Using Another Mouse
4.1 How to attach the PS/2 mouse

5. Troubleshooting
6. Files On The Setup Disk

____________________________________________________________

1. Driver Installation

1.1 Installing from Control Panel

Use this procedure to change from a standard Windows NT
mouse driver, or from another driver that uses the
standard Mouse Properties sheet and contains the General
tab:

1) From the Start menu, select Settings, Control Panel.
2) Double-click Mouse to open Mouse Properties.
3) Select the General tab, then click Change.
4) The Select Device screen will appear, then Click Have
Disk.
5) Insert the driver disk in your floppy drive. Confirm
or correct the source file path (normally "A:\"),
then click OK.
6) Click Alps GlidePoint, then click OK to copy the
driver files to your system.
7) After the files are copied, Mouse Properties will
show the new device name. Click Close.
8) The System Settings Change message will offer to
restart your computer so the new settings can take
effect. Click Yes.
1.2 Installing from Device Manager

Use this procedure if you cannot access the Change
option through Mouse Properties (for example, your
current driver substitutes its own control panel):

1) From the Start menu, select Settings, Control Panel.
2) Double-click System to open System Properties.
3) Select the Device Manager tab.
4) Click the plus sign next to the Mouse category, then
Double-click the current device name.
5) Select the Driver tab, then click Change Driver.
6) If the Select Device screen will appear, then Click
Have Disk.
7) Insert the driver disk in your floppy drive. Confirm
or correct the source file path (normally "A:\"),
then click OK.
8) Click Alps GlidePoint, then click OK
9) If returned to the property sheet Driver tab, then
Click OK to copy the driver files to your system.
10)The System Settings Change message will offer to
restart your computer so the new settings can take
effect. Click Yes.
2. Using the ApointNT Control Panel
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