Reply 40 of 63, by Jo22
Ok, so maybe pojo is right. This mouse could be indeed one of these dual-mode mice. This would also make the most sense.
Maybe it was aimed at Amiga users, but because this platform was doomed, it was nolonger worth to produce special hardware for it.
Can't think of another reason they've named one switch postion "PC AT" (meaning PC and AT) and the other "MS AM" (MouSe AMiga).
If it was MS Mouse, "MS MA" would have been more appropriated. If it supports bus mouse, you could use a mouse driver that supports bus mouse
over serial connectiion instead of that ISA card (if one exits).
Or you could try to get PC/AT mode working. I bet it uses Mouse Systems mode or similar then and not MS Mouse.
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