Windows USB Mouse

Category: USB
Manufacturer: Windows
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 530.27K
Operating System: Windows NT, XP, 2000, 98
Latest Version / Release Date: / 10 May 2002

Windows device driver information for Windows USB Mouse

To use Windows USB mouse less than 3 kilobytes of Code are needed. It operates with AT90USB micro controllers and has a USB device that has a low powered bus. It works in any PC that uses Windows. USB mouse is a new version of the older PS/2 interface that is now faced out. This change goes hand in hand with the change of pointing gadgets so as to accommodate a trouble free connection to new Personal Computer. The application of USB mouse needs several hardware. They are a Universal Serial Bus cable which ranges from standard A to Mini B. It also needs an AVR Universal Serial Bus microcontroller and evaluation board including STK526, STK525 and AT90USBKey amongst others. In order to program the gadget, several methods can be employed. The parallel programming can be used with the STK 600 or 500, the SPI interface, the Universal Serial Bus interface or the JTAG interface.

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It has a high sensitivity meaning that the user does not have to move their hand across their working surface so much and is also accurate. It is comfortable to use such that it can be utilized for long without making the user uncomfortable. The user should refer to the user guide for the hardware so as to know how the device can be programmed using these dissimilar methods. There is software called flip given by manufacturers that enables the user to line up the AVR Universal Serial Board devices through their interface. A mouse demonstration can be done once the user's device has been programmed with the mouse. In the mouse is a joystick that is used to move the pointer in various ways such as left, down, right and centre. For the left button the HWB button is utilized. Data exchange between the mouse and the Personal Computer is enabled by the USB application of the mouse. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Windows USB Mouse errors before installing any driver updates.