Micron NBK001371-10 Driver Download (Official)

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Supported Models

NBK001371-10 Driver

Alps GlidePoint Driver



Alps Electric

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95

File Name

alps9x.EXE (458.9 KB)

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Uploader Notes

Operating System : common

Alps touchpad drivers for Windows 95/98. These drivers provide enhanced support for the Alps touchpad including "Intellimouse-like" scrolling, three button mode, sensitivity adjustment, and type-time delay

Uploaded By

John (DG Staff Member) on 5-Jun-2004

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
Apoint.inf 7.9 KB 2 Mar 1998
APOINTJP.POP 30.5 KB 16 Feb 1998
APOINTUS.POP 31.2 KB 16 Feb 1998
APOINTCT.POP 26.1 KB 16 Feb 1998
APOINTGR.POP 34.6 KB 16 Feb 1998
Vxdif.dll 57.3 KB 2 Feb 1998
APOINTSP.POP 33.6 KB 16 Feb 1998
README_E.TXT 6.6 KB 29 Jan 1998
APOINTCS.POP 26.0 KB 16 Feb 1998
APOINTIT.POP 33.6 KB 16 Feb 1998
ELProp.dll 77.3 KB 4 Feb 1998
Apwheel.dll 24.1 KB 18 Feb 1998
APOINTFR.POP 34.9 KB 16 Feb 1998
Ezcapt.exe 172.0 KB 13 Feb 1998
alps9x.txt 103 bytes 19 Jun 2001
Apoint.exe 76.3 KB 10 Feb 1998
EzLaunch.dll 177.7 KB 16 Feb 1998
ApWheel.exe 20.5 KB 6 Feb 1998
Apoint.dll 438.8 KB 18 Feb 1998
README_J.TXT 8.8 KB 29 Jan 1998
Apoint.vxd 23.8 KB 2 Mar 1998
EcapProp.dll 96.8 KB 17 Feb 1998

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