Category: Input Device
Manufacturer: A4 Tech
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 921.8¬†KB
Operating System: Win 2000, Win 98, Win NT and Win XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.10.3004.0 / 29 Jul 2006
In the computing world, the mouse device is primarily a pointing tool that works by sensing two-dimensional motion that is relative to the surface that is supporting it. The physical aspect of the mouse consists of an item that is held beneath one of the hands belonging to the user with 1 or 2 buttons. The device comes with other elements at times and such elements could be like ‚Äúwheels' which let the user perform various operations that are independent of the system. Extra features or buttons can contribute additional dimensional or control input. The motion of the mouse characteristically translates into pointer upon display motion which lets Graphical User Interface fine control. Some of the models that are related to the A4Tech Serial Port Wheel Mouse driver include A4Tech Serial Port Wheel Mouse, NVIDIA(R) nForce(TM) Analog Front and A4Tech PS/2 Port Mouse.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
When installing the A4Tech Serial Port Wheel Mouse driver the user has to download it first, save it upon their computer and then unzip it. Connection of the mouse to the computer is the next step. Right click onto My computer then move on to the Hardware tab. Next, click onto the button of the Device Manager. Get the new mouse from the mouse category then double click onto device and then press the button written ‚ÄòReinstall Driver' Choose Install from a particular location, then check Include the location and then click on Browse button so as to choose the A4Tech Serial Port Wheel Mouse driver to continue. Subsequently, click Finish in order to complete the installation. After the completion of the above procedure the A4Tech Serial Port Wheel Mouse driver should be visible in the device manager. A user can perform the installation on their own or get an expert to do it. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and A4Tech Serial Port Wheel Mouse errors before installing any driver updates.