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Samsung Cordless Mouse
- Subject: Samsung Cordless Mouse
- From: grog at FreeBSD.org (Greg 'groggy' Lehey)
- Date: Mon Aug 16 19:29:36 2004
More by accident than by design, I find myself the owner of a Samsung
PS/2 Cordless Mouse. To make identification easier, it doesn't have a
model number, so I assume it's the only one they made.
This mouse has five buttons: the normal three on top, and one on each
side. I can't find a way to get the side buttons to work, and looking
on the web hasn't shown anything of interest.
I don't suppose anybody knows this mouse, though I'd be interested in
hearing if somebody has. My real question is: how can I enable the
side buttons? There's obviously some kind of initialization sequence
that is performed by the Microsoft drivers included with the mouse,
but how do I find out what they do? Is there some utility that runs
under Microsoft and snoops what's going on on the PS/2 port? I know
of something similar for USB, but so far I've drawn a blank for PS/2.
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