Difference between revisions of "Mouse Testing"

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#Wait until you get either a grey screen or a login screen
 
#Wait until you get either a grey screen or a login screen
 
#Move the mouse around. If the mouse moves, it works, if not, it doesn't.
 
#Move the mouse around. If the mouse moves, it works, if not, it doesn't.
#Keep all scroll/wheel mice that do not move separate (do not cut cords)
 
 
 
  
 
=Mouse Tester Configuration (advanced)=
 
=Mouse Tester Configuration (advanced)=
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* The mouse tester needs the mousedev, usbmouse, psmouse modules loaded.
 
* The mouse tester needs the mousedev, usbmouse, psmouse modules loaded.
 
* I'm not sure if it properly detects all scroll mice (or even most), so keep scroll mice and test them separately if they don't work.
 
* I'm not sure if it properly detects all scroll mice (or even most), so keep scroll mice and test them separately if they don't work.
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=Where they go=
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* Serial get recycled
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* PS/2
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** 2 or 3 button go to the store
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** scroll button go to build
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* USB go to the store
  
  
 
[[Category:Hardware Testing]]
 
[[Category:Hardware Testing]]
 
[[Category:Howto]]
 
[[Category:Howto]]

Revision as of 14:26, 16 November 2005

Howto

  1. Plug a PS/2 or USB mouse into the mousetester
  2. Turn the mousetester on
  3. Wait until you get either a grey screen or a login screen
  4. Move the mouse around. If the mouse moves, it works, if not, it doesn't.

Mouse Tester Configuration (advanced)

  • The mouse tester needs the mousedev, usbmouse, psmouse modules loaded.
  • I'm not sure if it properly detects all scroll mice (or even most), so keep scroll mice and test them separately if they don't work.

Where they go

  • Serial get recycled
  • PS/2
    • 2 or 3 button go to the store
    • scroll button go to build
  • USB go to the store