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SERMOUSE. How to remove ?

Posted on 1998-12-07
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2013-12-14
I've a Workstation that has been installed with a serial mouse.
But now i'm using a PS/2 mouse. But each time the station
boot, i get a message telling me unable to find sermouse.
Where can i kill this service please?
Question by:jacoby
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ID: 1772285
Did you try to Disable the device?
(Control Panel - Devices - Sermouse)

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ID: 1772286

To disable this service you do that :

Start Control Panel
Double click on icon service
Select Sermouse
Click on Startup Button
And select Manual

And now this service don't start on power on


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ID: 1772287

Author Comment

ID: 1772288
Hehe, so easy   Thanks :)

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