Alps Touch Pad Driver
Atpua03i.exe (2.4 MB)
126.96.36.199 (2003-02-27) via .inf
Found on Dell's Website. Here are the release notes
Input Alps GlidePoint/StickPointer, Driver, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Multi Language, Multi System, v.188.8.131.52, A03
Improved usability with wide-aspect liquid crystal display (LCD) panels.
I have installed this on a MICRON XKE and it works great with Microsoft IntelliMouse Driver V4.01 on Windows XP. I have only tested for a few hours however. Unlike Version v.184.108.40.206 (a driver I previously posted) this driver maintains all settings when booted.
I have been using the previous release to this driver (v.220.127.116.11) which also worked well with Microsoft IntelliMouse, but seemed to slow mouse response.
SierraTech (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|layout.bin||422 bytes||22 Feb 2003|
|APOINTKR.POP||39.6 KB||11 Nov 2002|
|APOINTJP.POP||41.5 KB||11 Nov 2002|
|Apfiltr.sys||90.8 KB||12 Feb 2003|
|APOINTUS.POP||41.4 KB||11 Nov 2002|
|APOINTCT.POP||34.8 KB||11 Nov 2002|
|Setup.ini||259 bytes||27 Jan 2003|
|APOINTGR.POP||45.5 KB||11 Nov 2002|
|Vxdif.dll||81.7 KB||19 Nov 2002|
|Apfiltr.inf||20.0 KB||27 Feb 2003|
|ezauto.dll||65.5 KB||10 Jul 2002|
|ApInst.dll||61.4 KB||21 Feb 2003|
|APOINTSP.POP||43.8 KB||11 Nov 2002|
|apfiltr.cat||17.6 KB||6 Mar 2003|
|APOINTTH.POP||43.9 KB||15 Nov 2002|
|APOINTCS.POP||35.2 KB||11 Nov 2002|
|ApntEx.exe||32.8 KB||13 Jul 2001|
|Setup.exe||139.3 KB||16 May 2000|
|ELProp.dll||102.4 KB||28 Mar 2000|
|ikernel.ex_||344.9 KB||5 Sep 2001|
|Readme_E.txt||3.3 KB||31 Aug 2001|
|APOINTFR.POP||45.8 KB||11 Nov 2002|
|Ezcapt.exe||147.5 KB||7 Jun 2002|
|Apoint.exe||143.4 KB||22 Aug 2002|
|APOINTBP.POP||42.1 KB||11 Nov 2002|
|Version.txt||438 bytes||3 Jun 2003|
|Readme_J.txt||3.8 KB||31 Aug 2001|
|data1.cab||823.6 KB||27 Feb 2003|
|data2.cab||512 bytes||27 Feb 2003|
|EzLaunch.dll||196.6 KB||7 Jun 2002|
|Uninstap.exe||184.3 KB||22 Feb 2003|
|Apoint.dll||1.1 MB||20 Dec 2002|
|Defsound.wav||15.9 KB||29 Oct 1996|
|Alps Electric Driver Update Utility||DriverEasy_Setup.exe||5.2 MB||195,321||Free Download >>|
|Driver||vgw2k9023.exe||463.9 KB||1,662||Free Download >>|
|Driver||TPADALPS.exe||2.3 MB||129||Free Download >>|
|Driver||ALPSTouchPadDr... 796.exe||3.5 MB||3,574||Free Download >>|
|Driver||Touch_Pad.zip||1.2 MB||123||Free Download >>|
|Driver||Touch_Pad.zip||1.2 MB||150||Free Download >>|
|Driver||Toshiba_Satell... Pad.zip||8.6 MB||254||Free Download >>|
|ALPS Driver||n/a||Alpsw2kXP.zip||1.8 MB||41||Free Download >>|
|Alps Bluetooth USB Adapter Driver||Alps_Bluetooth... ver.zip||1.2 MB||82,826||Free Download >>|
|Alps GlidePoint Driver||Alps_GlidePoin... ver.zip||4.8 MB||156,195||Free Download >>|
|Alps Pointing device Driver||Alps_Pointing_... ver.zip||3.4 MB||73,133||Free Download >>|
|Alps Pointing device for VAIO Driver||Alps_Pointing_... ver.zip||4.8 MB||157,663||Free Download >>|
|Alps Touch Pad Driver||AlpsA00.EXE||1.9 MB||15,215||Free Download >>|
|Alps Winbond Trusted Platform Module 1 2 Driver||Alps_Winbond_T... ver.zip||2.3 MB||126,341||Free Download >>|
|Dual-Point Touch Pad Driver||Tpa00wxp.exe||1.8 MB||3,721||Free Download >>|
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