On Thu, Mar 5, 2015 at 4:34 AM,  <f4tm...@web.de> wrote:
> I simply took another PC, now it works. Got freedos on the hd.
> Only thing that would be neat is USB mouse support. Read about USBMOUSE and
> added
> dos=high
> device=himem.exe
> device=usbaspi.sys
> device=di1000dd.sys
> to FDCONFIG.SYS - unfortunatelly without success.

First of all, where did you read about this? AFAIK, things like
"usbaspi.sys" and "di1000dd.sys" are not provided by FreeDOS (probably
for licensing reasons), only third-party sites. I'm not aware of any
"good" place that recommends these drivers.

> Is a special driver for that 25pin serial interface necessary?

No idea. And USB overall isn't well-supported. The most FreeDOS
supports is Bret's tools, but I can't guarantee it'll work for you.
IIRC, it's "old" UHCI only. Try it and see.


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