The O-35M is a type of mouse manufactured by Aopen. Updating this driver fixes tracking problems, intermittent or no connectivity and can unlock some advanced features of your type of mouse. This version of "ao133op.exe" has been downloaded 49 times with a user rating of 5 out of 5 stars, based on 12 reviews. Visitors have successfully installed this driver on PCs running Windows XP. The total disk space used for this update is 597.5 KB.
AOpen PS/2 Port Mouse
AOpen Serial Port Mouse
AOpen Serial Port Wheel Mouse
AOpen USB Port Mouse
USB Human Interface Device
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, DOS
5.10.3000.0 (2001-10-01) via .inf
4.00.3000.0 (2000-10-01) via .inf
3.32 (2001-10-01) via .inf
5.00.3000.0 (2001-10-01) via .inf
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Mice Driver File
Purushothaman (DG Staff Member) on 9-Mar-2006
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|Amfilter.sys||4.7 KB||9 Mar 2002|
|Amouhid.vxd||10.7 KB||9 Mar 2002|
|Amouse.inf||9.7 KB||10 Nov 2002|
|Amouse.vxd||15.2 KB||9 Mar 2002|
|Amps2prt.sys||9.2 KB||9 Mar 2002|
|Amserprt.sys||18.4 KB||9 Mar 2002|
|Amudev98.inf||1.8 KB||28 Oct 2002|
|Amusbdev.inf||2.8 KB||28 Oct 2002|
|Amusbprt.sys||10.0 KB||9 Mar 2002|
|Arfumftr.sys||10.9 KB||17 Dec 2001|
|DOS/INSTALL.EXE||56.7 KB||16 Apr 1998|
|DOS/MOUSE.COM||21.6 KB||12 Jun 1995|
|DOS/TEST.COM||16.3 KB||19 Jun 1991|
|DOSINST.BAT||28 bytes||22 Oct 1996|
|README.TXT||198 bytes||23 Jan 2003|
|Setup.exe||266.2 KB||3 Dec 2002|
|Winnt40/Amouse.inf||4.8 KB||14 Jun 2001|
|Winnt40/Setuphk.dll||28.7 KB||16 Oct 2001|
|Winnt40/ai8042pt.sy_||28.2 KB||17 Oct 2001|
|Winnt40/amserial.sy_||14.3 KB||14 Jun 2001|
|Winnt40/va4tech.sy_||1.9 KB||7 Sep 2000|
|amhooker.dl_||21.5 KB||28 Oct 2002|
|amoucplx.dl_||142.0 KB||3 Dec 2002|
|amoumain.ex_||71.2 KB||3 Dec 2002|
|amoures.dl_||30.3 KB||13 Dec 2000|
|amsample.dl_||68.8 KB||3 Dec 2002|
|amuninst.ex_||31.3 KB||3 Dec 2002|
|setup.ini||243 bytes||4 Dec 2002|
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Select the Driver tab.
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