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filename Specifies the name of the program. Not the case with the old regular keyboard. YES! nothing helped me out in this regard 3rd June 2012,12:06 #9 srizbf View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Advanced Member level 5 Achievements: Join Date Apr 2010

Be sure to specify different values for x and y, or the text will not be readable. I've got new Microsoft IntelliType Pro Keyboard USB, with built-in USB hub with another two ports. Then run a SCANDISK/all. Color values Valid values for y are from 0 to 15, as follows: Value Color Value Color 0 Black 8 Gray 1 Blue 9 Bright blue 2 Green 10 Bright green

Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsMS/PC-DOSHardware Problems Solved How to use a Wireless USB Mouse and Keyboard in MS-Dos Tags:Logitech Wireless combo mk270usb xxaj1356xx August 12, 2013 at 20:25:33 The mem /module command displays all the areas of memory allocated by the specified program, and shows the segment address and size of each allocation. Include the appropriate keyb command in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file.

SERIAL 2.02 1999-09-30 18k Shows the status of your serial (COM) ports on screen. one newegg currently sells, even comes with a ps/2 adapter. Rugxulo Usono, 07.12.2008, 20:35 @ RayeR Any USB HID (keyboard) driver for DOS?Post reply > > DOSEMU, perhaps? Related Command For information about checking the amount of space available on a disk, see the chkdsk command.

I also upgraded RAM with > 256MB SODIMM so now have 292MB total. enabling USB support in the BIOS doesn't load>any DOS drivers. The value you specify represents the last valid drive MS-DOS is to recognize. All those classic oldies.I am having one slight problem though.

Do you remember the idea of an AC'97 SoundBlaster emulation for Jemm? Back to the board Thread viewMix viewOrder 15032 Postings in 1344 Threads, 240 registered users, 14 users online (0 registered, 14 guests)DOS ain't dead | Admin contact powered by my little The graphics command supports the CGA, EGA, and VGA graphics display modes. Top Of Page Memmaker Starts the MemMaker program, which optimizes your computer's memory by moving device drivers and memory-resident programs to upper memory.

How to put in autoexec.bat ? 10th April 2012,18:41 #4 mgate View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Full Member level 4 Join Date Apr 2012 Location Portugal Goto Archived content. It works alright, a> couple instances of the mouse becoming inactive (place the mouse in> the charger base for a moment re-activates it again). it may be working now.

Finally I took old HDD where left my prevous debian and I compiled it here. Or maybe it would be easier to make some HW mod adding some MCU which will emulate 8042 connected on system bus, I don't know... Any help will be highly appreciated ... ------------------ It's Nice To Be Important, But It's More Important To Be Nice ... This are examples of the autoexec.bat part of keyboard codepage definition and mouse driver loading...

I'd liked to, but I'm an absolute USB ignorant, that is, I would have > needed at least 3-4 weeks for the implementation. If you specify 0 as a value for n, Interlnk redirects only printers. /noprinter Specifies that printers not be redirected when you install INTERLNK.EXE. This device driver must be loaded by a device or devicehigh command in your CONFIG.SYS file. What is happening is that the keyboard BIOS on those particular computers is incompatible with Scan Code Typing Method 2 (if you have absolutely no idea what a "Scan Code Typing

OHCI.EXE says that controller was initialized but then it hangs.---DOS gives me freedom to unlimited HW access. Effect on memory The graphics command decreases the amount of available conventional memory. If not, I can sometimes add options to an existing program to have it do exactly what you want.

To do this, add the following commands to your AUTOEXEC.BAT file: c:\dos\doskey doskey mem=mem.exe $* /p Displaying memory status MS-DOS displays the status of extended memory only if you have installed

After enabling that option and> re-booting, there is now keyboard support in DOS.Thanks for the feedback. And Georg is still maintaining the project; probably he > could help you with it. This switch is necessary only if the drive letter of your startup disk drive has changed since your computer started. (The drive letter sometimes changes because of disk swapping performed by If your computer's clock speed changes when you install Himem, specifying /cpuclock:on may correct the problem; however, enabling this option slows down Himem.

RayeR CZ, 05.12.2008, 22:57 @ mr Any USB HID (keyboard) driver for DOS?Post reply > drivers by Symantec' and tell us the results but it was for mice, not > keyboard. Using loadhigh in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file The most convenient way to use the loadhigh command is to include it in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file. (If you use the MemMaker program, it automatically Then load the USBKEYBD.COM But only if the system supports UHCI. To restore these functions, quit the server.

Is that "big money"? It's Nice To Be Important, But It's More Important To Be Nice ... The drive must be one that was redirected when you started Interlnk. Switches /e Specifies that an enhanced keyboard is installed.

Note: The datasheet is talking about USB legacy kbd support but not much detailed. What was asurprise though, is that there is no DOS support. You initially asked for mouse and keyboard driver, but I guess the keyboard is working? 3rd June 2012,16:01 3rd June 2012,21:26 #13 danishdeshmuk View Forum Posts Private Message View The A20 handler gives your computer access to the HMA.

The Type column shows how the program is using that particular area of memory. The default value is 115200. /b Displays the Interlnk server screen in black and white. cm Germany, 05.12.2008, 17:00 @ RayeR Any USB HID (keyboard) driver for DOS?Post reply > > http://www.unet.univie.ac.at/~a0503736/php/drdoswiki/index.php?n=Main.KeyboardAndMouse > > Hm, I already have seen this page but what's there releated to All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices