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Re: PS/2 to Microsoft Serialmouse Adapter Converter / Updated First Post / Firmware Update added

I will try the patched Win 3.11 drivers and report back. Working. After a fashion. I could not get the patched Win3.11 drivers on GitHub here to install. The installer kept complaining about an incorrect number of bytes in the readme.txt file, which was odd. So (to assist anyone breadcrumbing …

Re: PS/2 to Microsoft Serialmouse Adapter Converter / Updated First Post / Firmware Update added

I suppose I might have to set the baud rate too 19200 first? I have now been able to do this, and it completely resolves the problem with the 1.3A mouse, in DOS 6.22, using the patched CuteMouse 1.9 drivers. The adapter kept working during testing over 3 hours or so. Given it could not make 5-10 …

Re: PS/2 to Microsoft Serialmouse Adapter Converter / Updated First Post / Firmware Update added

And bought one I have. Very nice product - works right out of the box. I have encountered a bit of a tricky issue with the adapter as I have been using it this past year. I have tried three PS2 mice with it. One was a new cheap PS2 Optical mouse, one is an old bundled mouse branded HP, and one is …

Re: PS/2 to Microsoft Serialmouse Adapter Converter / Updated First Post / Firmware Update added

I'll have to get some kind of Frankenstein Molex -> USB A -> USB MiniB converter, and then I'll be able to power it off the PSU, but in the interim, a battery bank is going to do nicely given the very low power draw. I have now managed to get the Frankenstein's monster power supply for the Adapter …

Re: PS/2 to Microsoft Serialmouse Adapter Converter / Updated First Post / Firmware Update added

This is just ISP Programming Header, there should be none onboard. Don`t be confused. Ah OK, thanks. The D1-D3 red yellow and green LEDs? I would guess they are red = power, green = data from mouse, yellow = wheel presence maybe? Also, this may be of interest for anybody (like me) who does not have …

Re: PS/2 to Microsoft Serialmouse Adapter Converter / Updated First Post / Firmware Update added

https://www.serdashop.com/PS2TOSERIAL Official buyable now :-) And bought one I have. Very nice product - works right out of the box. I am curious, though, about the D1-D3 and J1 parts of the board. I can't seem to find any documentation for this particular version of the board. Any hints? Thanks,

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