netscroll+ mouse driver killed my keyboard under NT

netscroll+ mouse driver killed my keyboard under NT

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Posted by CalamityJake on November 28, 2001 at 03:26:52:

I've downloaded the NetScroll / NetScroll+/
NetScroll+Eye(West Version) driver (file named NS+W.exe) from Genius's site (, run the exe under NT 4.0 SP6, answered yes to restart my computer and then guess what, after the reboot when that dialog appeared saying press Ctrl-Alt-Del to login, there was no way I could login. I mean I pressed Ctrl-Alt-Del a thousand times, in all combinations possible, at different strengts and different ordering( like press Ctrl hard, wait 2 secs, press Alt harder , wait 2^1 secs and press Del gently, and so on ). After a hardware reset, I noticed that the memory test couldn't be stopped by pressing Esc; only after that one was finished I could press the Del key to enter BIOS. I tried rebooting again and again with no results. Can you please tell me how to get rid of that driver and make my NT work again, then I'll be sure to throw away the NetScroll---- mouse and its software to avoid a heart attack. I can boot 95 from another harddisk and work with the NT harddisk as slave or secondary. By the way, I've also installed the software in 95, here I didn't get any lock, but my pointer speed is always the same (the lowest possible). And I'm not on TrueColor display. And scroll by wheel doesn't work on IE5.5 though it works on Windows Explorer. If I switch to Word 97 mode, the reverse happens, works on IE, not on WE.

Thanx for any helpful reply, your mere compassion will be also welcome

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