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Microsoft Habu

Supported Operating System VersionSupported Languages
Windows 2000
Windows XP 32-bit / 64-bit
Windows Vista 32-bit / 64-bit
Driver v2.12
Firmware v2.03
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Microsoft® Habu Download Options

Important
The following updates are only necessary if you want the on-board profile memory feature. Otherwise, no updates are required.
Supports WinXP32, WinXP64, Vista32 and Vista64 (with Driver v2.12 & Firmware v2.03)

Download instructions for your Habu Laser Gaming Mouse with firmware version 1.0
Download instructions for your Habu Laser Gaming Mouse with firmware version 2.03

Note: Your firmware version is listed in the Razer Habu Configurator.

Download instructions for your Habu Laser Gaming Mouse with firmware version 2.03

Microsoft Habu software update version 2.12 for:
Windows Vista 32-bit or 64-bit operating system
Microsoft Windows XP 32-bit or 64-bit operating system

Note Your Microsoft Habu mouse must be running the version 2.01 firmware to proceed.

  1. Download the latest firmware and software driver updates as appropriate from the following language download links, and then save the compressed (zipped) file/folder to your hard drive.
  2. Extract the downloaded zipped file to a location on your hard drive.
  3. To run the Habu software update, double-click the Setup.exe file from the Software folder that you previously downloaded and opened. This will remove any previous versions of the Habu software.
  4. When asked to Confirm Uninstall, click OK. Restart your computer if prompted.
  5. Install the Habu software driver update by running Setup.exe from the Software folder that you downloaded and opened, and then follow the on-screen instructions. This will install the new version of the software.

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Download instructions for your Habu Laser Gaming Mouse with firmware version 1.0

Microsoft Habu software update version 2.12 and Firmware update version 2.03 for:
Windows Vista 32-bit operating system
Microsoft Windows XP 32-bit or 64-bit operating system
Firmware update support for Windows Vista 64-bit operating system is not yet available, but software update support is available below.
Important The following update is only necessary if you want the on-board profile memory feature. Otherwise, no updates are required

Update instructions for Windows Vista 32-bit operating system
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE DOWNLOADING THE UPDATES.
Firmware Installation Instructions

  1. Plug in your Microsoft Habu Laser Gaming Mouse to a USB port on your computer.

Important You must use the same USB port for installing the firmware update.

  1. To run the Habu software driver Setup program, follow the instructions on the installation CD. Restart your computer if prompted.
  2. Download the latest firmware and software driver updates as appropriate from the following language download links, and then save the compressed (zipped) file/folder to your hard drive.
  3. Extract the downloaded zipped file to a location on your hard drive. This downloaded file contains a folder with both the firmware and software driver updates.
  4. Before you install any updates, close all running software programs and make sure that your Habu Laser Gaming Mouse is plugged in and working.

Important Your Microsoft Habu Laser Gaming Mouse will become inactive during the firmware update. You will require an additional mouse to continue using your computer during the update process.

  1. Double-click Update.exe from the Firmware folder that was downloaded and opened. Do not use your computer until the firmware update is complete. You may see a dialog box stating that An unidentified program wants access to your computer. Click Allow if this dialog box appears. This update will not be successful and will request a restart; however, do not restart your computer until the update is complete.
  2. The Found New Hardware dialog box appears. Click Cancel.
  3. Open the Device Manager by clicking the Windows Vista Start button. In the Start Search dialog box, type devmgmt.msc, and then press Enter.
  4. Click Continue, if prompted, to open the Device Manager.
  5. Under Other devices, right-click the Unknown device and click Update Driver Software.
  6. Click Browse my computer for driver software and browse to the Firmware folder that you downloaded and opened. Click OK and then Next.
  7. In the Windows Security dialog box, click Install this driver software anyway, and then click Close when the driver update is complete. Close Device Manager.
  8. Click Exit on the Update dialog box. Unplug the Habu Laser Gaming Mouse and then plug it in to the same USB port.
  9. Double-click Update.exe from the Firmware folder that was downloaded and opened. Do not restart or use your computer until the update is complete.
  10. When the firmware update is complete, unplug the Habu Laser Gaming Mouse and then plug it into the same USB port again, so that your computer can recognize the new firmware information. Your Habu Laser Gaming Mouse will not work until you have done this, and you will be unable to exit the Update dialog box.

Software Update Installation Instructions
(required after the firmware is updated)

  1. To run the Habu software update, double-click the Setup.exe file from the Software folder that you previously downloaded and opened. This will remove any previous versions of the Habu software.
  2. When asked to Confirm Uninstall, click OK. Restart your computer if prompted.
  3. Install the Habu software driver update by running Setup.exe from the Software folder that you downloaded and opened, and then follow the on-screen instructions. This will install the new version of the software.

Update instructions for Microsoft Windows XP 32-bit or 64-bit operating system
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE DOWNLOADING THE UPDATES.
Firmware Installation Instructions

  1. Plug in your Microsoft Habu Laser Gaming Mouse to a USB port on your computer.
    Important You must use the same USB port during the following updates.
  2. Run the software Setup program from the Habu software CD. Restart your computer if prompted.
  3. Download the latest firmware and software driver updates as appropriate from the following language download links, and then save the compressed (zipped) file/folder to your hard drive.
  4. Extract the downloaded zipped file to a location on your hard drive. This downloaded file contains a folder with both the firmware and software driver updates.
  5. Before you install any updates, close all running software programs and make sure that your Habu Laser Gaming Mouse is plugged in and working.
    Important Your Microsoft Habu Laser Gaming Mouse will become inactive during the firmware update. You will require an additional mouse to continue using your computer during the update process. The Windows Found New Hardware Wizard may appear during the firmware update. You must complete this Wizard within a few seconds or else this firmware update will fail.
  6. Double-click Update.exe from the Firmware folder that was downloaded and unzipped. Do not use your computer until the firmware update is complete. The update may fail the first time and ask you to restart your computer, but do not restart at this point.
  7. When prompted to install the Freescale USB JW32 ICP Device, click Yes, this time only, select Next, and then select Next at the following screen.
  8. If the dialog box showing that the software has not passed Windows Logo testing displays, select Continue Anyway and the firmware update will complete.
    Important If the Freescale firmware update driver was not loaded before the firmware update action was completed, the firmware Update dialog box will indicate that the update failed. If this is the case, unplug your Habu Laser Gaming Mouse and then plug it into the same port, and then double-click Update.exe from the Firmware folder that was downloaded and opened. Do not use your computer until the firmware update is complete.
  9. When the firmware update is complete, unplug the Habu Laser Gaming Mouse and then plug it into the same USB port again, so that your computer can recognize the new firmware information. Your Habu Laser Gaming Mouse will not work until you have done this, and you will be unable to exit the Update dialog box.


Software Update Installation Instructions
(required after the firmware is updated)

  1. To run the Habu software update, double-click the Setup.exe file from the Software folder that you previously downloaded and opened. This will remove any previous versions of the Habu software.
  2. When asked to Confirm Uninstall, click OK. Restart your computer if prompted.
  3. Install the Habu software driver update by running Setup.exe from the Software folder that you downloaded and opened, and then follow the on-screen instructions. This will install the new version of the software.

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Drivers Socket Port Devices Gigabit

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PortTalk Windows NT I/O Port Device Driver 2.2

Drivers Socket Port Devices Lucie

A problem that plagues Windows NT/2000 and Windows XP, is it's strict control over I/O ports. Unlike Windows 95 & 98, Windows NT/2000/XP will cause an exception (Privileged Instruction) if an attempt is made to access a port that you are not privileged to talk too. Actually it's not Windows NT that does this, but any 386 or higher processor running in protected mode.
Accessing I/O Ports in protected mode is governed by two events, The I/O privilege level (IOPL) in the EFLAGS register and the I/O permission bit map of a Task State Segment (TSS). Under Windows NT, there are only two I/O privilege levels used, level 0 & level 3. Usermode programs will run in privilege level 3, while device drivers and the kernel will run in privilege level 0, commonly referred to as ring 0. This allows the trusted operating system and drivers running in kernel mode to access the ports, while preventing less trusted usermode processes from touching the I/O ports and causing conflicts. All usermode programs should talk to a device driver which arbitrates access. The I/O permission bitmap can be used to allow programs not privileged enough (I.e. usermode programs) the ability to access the I/O ports. When an I/O instruction is executed, the processor will first check if the task is privileged enough to access the ports. Should this be the case, the I/O instruction will be executed. However if the task is not allowed to do I/O, the processor will then check the I/O permission bitmap.
The I/O permission bitmap, as the name suggests uses a single bit to represent each I/O address. If the bit corresponding to a port is set, then the instruction will generate an exception however if the bit is clear then the I/O operation will proceed. This gives a means to allow certain processes to access certain ports. There is one I/O permission bitmap per task.
Revision History
6th April 2002 - Version 2.2.
Fixed a debug message typo in the IoExample.
13th January 2002 - Version 2.1, tested on Windows 2000 SP2 and Windows XP RTM.
Added uninstall.exe to deal with older V1.x versions of PortTalk.
12th January 2002 – Version 2.0, tested on Windows 2000 SP2 and Windows XP RTM.
Self installs driver for ease of use.
Improved type checking.
Distributed with IoExample code showing use of inportb/outportb() inp/outp() macros and IOCTL calls.
6th September 2001 – Version 1.02
Fixed .reg file after previous fix broke Windows 2000 Support. Now supports Windows NT/2000/XP.
26th June 2001 – Version 1.01
Fixed .reg file to support both Windows 2000 and Windows NT4.
13th March 1999 – Version 1.0 first public release for Windows NT4.
When installing PortTalk V2.x on machines with an older version of V1.x, the existing driver must be un-installed. Simply run the uninstall.exe contained within the PortTalk package with administrator privileges. After the old driver has been removed, running allowio.exe or IoExample.exe will detect the absence of PortTalk and re-install the new driver.
Additionally, the driver can be removed manually. This is only recommended for advanced users. Either
-Replace your old porttalk.sys with the new version and reboot.
-Delete the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINEsystemcurrentcontrolsetservicesporttalk key and reboot.
-Use the Windows NT Device Driver Installer to stop and remove the PortTalk Driver.
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