Category: Input Device
Manufacturer: KYE Systems Corp.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 918.95 KB
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 6.00.00 / 6/15/07
The Genius NetMouse Wheel is a type of human interface device which is hosted on the computer system either from the serial or the PS/2 communication port. The device driver for the supported hardware component must be installed in order to make it operational and functional. Essentially this specific hardware component is built with an add-on feature by its manufacturer. The Genius NetMouse Wheel is equipped with a magic button which can function as a type or roller or wheel that will make the action of scrolling through pages faster and easier. Basically newer operating system platforms have their own generic versions of the device driver for the human interface device. These generic drivers are designed merely to make the hardware component operational. These generic drivers likewise will not activate the magic button feature of the mouse pointing device and prevent the computer user from taking advantage of the functionality.
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
This type of human interface device is likewise referred to as IntelliMouse which translates to Intelligent Mouse. This connotation is based on the ability of the pointing device to help the computer user scroll through pages merely by using the roller. This roller can also be used to function as a third mouse button based on how the computer user will configure the Genius NetMouse Wheel. The process of configuration is made possible by the installation of the device driver that creates the communication layer between the hardware component and the host computer system. The device driver can also be used to provide support for operating systems that are not inherently supported by the manufacturer. These types of device drivers are usually created by third party developers and may not be officially recognized by the manufacturer. The device driver provides these third party developers with the necessary details on how to configure the Genius NetMouse Wheel correctly to use it with basically unsupported operating system environments. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Genius NetMouse Wheel (Serial) errors before installing any driver updates.