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Re: crystal trackball « Reply #3 on: Mon, 09 March 2015, 00:38:34 » Logged {WTT}HoffNudes(WTS)BLK LightSaverV2 SteamProfile"#baby****fangerz" -Vesper 2015 Mandolin Crystal Connoisseur Maker Posts: 183Location: CL Re: If I could change somethng, I would add a scroll wheel just North of the ball and make it USB. My first modification was to take heavy duty tin foil and make a 2 to 6 layer strip about .7 cm x 2 cm. Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... browse this site

It's truly amazing; not sure what I'll do when it craps out. If I flick it fast it comes off the rollers for a moment like a raised car going around a corner fast. VWestlife 28,990 views 9:09 Tour of my radio station - Duration: 13:50. A different model, at least. (And yes, I have multiple brand new ones, and have tried multiple ones.) Reply Tony Says: December 21, 2007 at 7:51 PM I've been cleaning out recommended you read

figit090 Thread Starter Posts: 40 RGB LED Kinesis Contoured crystal trackbal - can I convert serial to ps/2 or usb? « on: Fri, 19 October 2012, 21:09:22 » I just picked And glad to see you got your email problem fixed. My biggest beef with all the new optical track-balls (besides not being shaped perfectly for a lefty or anybody else) is that they fail when you flick the ball fast. I had determined them to be my favorite pointing device, and started monitoring ebay for them when they stopped making them.

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. During a power-out, my battery-backuped computer has allowed me to use this as a (corded) flashlight. I’ve noticed that the serial versions glow red normally and green when pressed. But they don't work.

No taking apart necessary, because you can see what you're doing, and the ball is so huge! VWestlife 6,488 viewsNew 18:14 LGR - CompUSA & Best Buy Ad Nostalgia [Summer of 2000] - Duration: 37:31. I estimate that it takes about 2-4 weeks for the ball to go from ‘frosted’ to ‘crystal clear’ because of wear. They at one point said that they wouldn't support it anymore, but because of your post, I looked again and They finally have the correct drivers up for it now!

That is the most informative post about crystal trackballs ever! They are only around $10.00. I too am looking for a few !! Reply Matt Says: March 7, 2008 at 1:34 PM forgot to mention: when someone finds the outlet for these, PLEASE…PLEASE…PLEASE …email me too !!!!

But then they stopped putting serial ports in computers. check these guys out Force applied in the oppositte direction of a break, made a fix. I'm better at Quake3 now that I stopped using it, though… Reply Nelson Caldwell Says: March 10, 2011 at 3:32 PM A bit late to ask, but I wonder if any Does anyone know where I can get one a bunch of these?

My dad had one of these in the 90’s. http://alpinedesignsmtb.com/driver-for/driver-for-crystal-cs4620.php Actually I couldn't disagree more, since with the right amount of "momentum" - like you get with the best bearings-supported trackballs - it's quite easy to keep ‘perpetual rotation' in the I have to push and push on that button before it works. Logged Bluepoint Trade Count: (0) Full Member Offline Posts: 17 Re: Getting CompUSA Crystal Trackball to work in XP..? « Reply #5 on: February 13, 2009, 12:11:34 am » Quote from:

So folks the crystal trackball does work with w7 and a serial to usb conferter from frys elaectronics…………….Robert Reply Clint Says: October 28, 2010 at 4:18 PM Thanks for the tip. At night, the red light projecting on the ceiling has perturbed me. We have to spread the word, without a market soon we won't have our toys to play with, aye? ;) PS.: Also check out http://assassi.ning.com/, some cool fellow joytrackers and news http://alpinedesignsmtb.com/driver-for/driver-dos-crystal-wdm.php VWestlife 18,222 views 17:28 Loading more suggestions...

Second, XP refused to recognize it as a mouse -- instead listing it as an HID (human interface device) and telling me it was working perfectly... It should be plug and play like any other mouse. « Last Edit: Wed, 30 January 2013, 12:05:23 by CreamyNutButter » Logged Trackballs: Kensington Orbit with Scroll Ring and Logitech Marble VWestlife 10,437 views 8:00 Surprise box of 1990s computer junk from the thrift store - Duration: 4:57.

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Reply Paul Says: June 17, 2008 at 1:33 PM pcGil, I tried the link and did not get to any drivers or downloads. I can’t tell you how many times I railed a guy through the head from across the map then flipped a 180 and railed another guy through the head, both in Every model from the oldest to newest has a problem where the plastic ‘X’ rod that goes from the switch to the button is worn away by the tab on the I'll get some of my replays on wegame, vimeo or youtube to showcase this.

Mine is PS/2 type connection so no worries on the serial issue, and it's been recocgnized in several MS OS's including XP (will try on Vista soon). Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are Posted by Clint under Clint, Computer, Hardware, Journal, People, Technology [46] Comments Does anyone know where I can get one a bunch of these Crystal Trackballs? [UPDATE: New computers don't have original site Working...

In the past I’ve seen things like LCD monitors and blank DVD-RW media branded with a single name but actually made by 3 or more subcontractors to that company. let me know [email protected] Reply Clint Says: March 18, 2012 at 11:53 AM I… I do have maybe 4 or so brand new ones (not in wrapper, but unused). You can always change your theme. If you want another one, it's yours for cheap!

Home Watched Unread Notifications IRC Wiki Donate Search Spy >>DEALS<< Login Register geekhack » geekhack Community » Input Devices » crystal trackbal - can I convert serial to ps/2 or usb? It’s not as good as a new original ball. My priorities have shifted and i tried a serial card that was installed in my computer, but it ended up causing my onboard sound to die and an RMA through ASUS! Any luck fixing one?

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