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SVGA Mouse Unit

Posted on 1998-10-23
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I'm looking for an SVGA mouse unit.  Well a mouse unit which runs in 640 by 480 by 256 colours...i would like just the unit...not something that in a program.  If anyone has a unit or knows were to find it...email me or just message me over the Experts Exchange.  Corey@mnsi.net
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by:omsec
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what about 800x600x256 ($103, SVGA/VESA). That's what I actually found on this PC's Hard Disk ;)

I'll look up my 2nd Comp at Home, maybe i have more...
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jack_p50 earned 50 total points
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 I can take 640x480x256 and higher graphics unit with mouse unit (inside of it) here:
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Bay/9553/
  If you want, i can send it by e-mail.
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I posted a comment here the other day.  Seems it disappeared!  Anyway here it is again:

http://garbo.uwasa.fi/pc/turbopa7

There is a file there called ugraf.zip.  It is an SVGA unit with mouse support.

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by:bryan7
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Why not just use Int 33h ?
it's very easy and works with any VESA and nortmal modes.

bryan

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by:bryan7
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example:

procedure ShowMouse;
begin
asm mov ax,0
       int 33h
end;

int 33h has many funtions for the mouse.
I have more INFO if you are interested.

bryan

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