Cannot get Focus CommandPost to work in Windows 2000 SP4.
I recently purchased the MGI bundled VideoWave 4 with Focus Enhancements CommandPost for a cheap $1 at a garage sale. I still had a PC around with Windows 2000 on it, which this software is supposed to be compatible with. I installed according to directions, the CommandPost installed fine on it's own. But, I found out after I ran VideoWave, the CommandPost does now work to with any of the keys. I am despertely trying to see if there is some kind of patch or something that fixes this that is somewhere on the internet.
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I am not exactly sure what you mean by "can i update computer using usb w/driver for newer mouse", but if you want to know if you can update the USB component of Windows 98 I regret to say to you that it's not possible. USB support on Windows 98 always been tricky and Microsoft never officially supported it before Windows 98 SE. I don't know what version you have, but either way USB support under Windows 98 never been great. You also need to keep in mind that Windows 98 is quite an old system and no recent hardware like mouse, keyboard, printers is supported on it anymore. My advise would be to upgrade your current Windows installation to Windows XP or Windows 2000. A friend can probably lend you a copy and I'm 100% positive that it will solve your problem with newer mices. You will need to make sure your computer can handle Windows XP or 2000, but they can run under pretty old hardware so it should not be a problem. Cheers!
You upgraded from Windows ME to Windows 7? I would check how much memory you have in your machine. Windows 7 requires a lot of memory to work properly, which means applications and devices may have some trouble. I would also consider doing a clean, full install of Windows 7, since the upgrade from ME might be a problem. Good luck
Yes, you can purchase a wireless mouse with its own receiver and install it. It should work fine. Also you can use a PS2 wired mouse with it and it shouldn't conflict with each other. Hope this helps. Bud