AOpen Serial Port Wheel Mouse Free Driver Download
O-35G, AOpen Serial Port Mouse, AOpen PS/2 Port Mouse, AOpen USB Port Mouse
Keyboard Drivers, Mouse Drivers, Mouse
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3.31 (1 Oct 2001)
Supported Operating Systems
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, DOS
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No FCC ID. Only FCC DoC label.
These are drivers from the original floppy for the AOpen O-35G Optical 5 button, 2 scroll wheel "4D" mouse.
Floppy label shows no specific operating system support. INF file reveals support for Windows 98, Millenium and 2000. I have personally installed these on Windows XP Professional with no problems whatsoever. There is a folder on the disk for NT4.0 and DOS.
I would think that the drivers would work for Windows 95 and Windows NT 3.51.
Included along with an INF is a setup program to install the software to make the second scroll wheel work properly. Installation is suggested.
Todd Karasick (DG Member) on 6/25/2005
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