1) Exit Windows to return to the MS-DOS prompt. 2) Open the SYSTEM.INI file by using a text editor. 3) Find the section labeled [boot]. 4) In the [boot] section, find the entry labeled "keyboard.drv=". 5) The following entries indicate that you are already running an older version of the Access Pack keyboard driver: keyboard.drv=ap-kbd.drv keyboard.drv=ap-kbdhp.drv keyboard.drv=ap-kbdol.drvIf the entry in the [boot] section of your SYSTEM.INI file matches any of these, you need to copy the newer version of the corresponding .drv file to the Windows SYSTEM directory. For example, if the Access Pack software is located on a floppy disk in yo ur A: drive, and your SYSTEM.INI file reads "keyboard.drv=ap-kbd.drv", and Windows is installed in the WINDOWS directory on drive C:, then you should type the following command at the MS-DOS prompt:
copy a:ap-kbd.drv c:\windows\systemThe following entries indicate that you are running a keyboard driver compatible with a corresponding Access keyboard driver,
If your entry says: change the entry to: and copy file: keyboard.drv=keyboard.drv keyboard.drv=ap-kbd.drv ap-kbd.drv keyboard.drv=kbdhp.drv keyboard.drv=ap-kbdhp.drv ap-kbdhp.drv keyboard.drv=kbdoli.drv keyboard.drv=ap-kbdol.drv ap-kbdol.drvInstructions for copying the appropriate file to the Windows SYSTEM directory are explained in the preceding paragraph. If your entry does not match any of those listed here, then your computer may not be compatible with the Access Pack software. Contact your computer manufacturer to find out if your computer can be used with any of the Access Pack keyboard drivers.
5) In the [boot] section, find the entry labeled "mouse.drv=". If the entry says "mouse.drv=ap-mou.drv" then you are already running an older version of the Access Pack mouse driver. You need to copy the newer version of the AP-MOU.DRV file to your Windows SYSTEM directory. If the entry says "mouse.drv=mouse.drv" then you are running standard keyboard drivers which can be replaced with the corresponding Access driver. Copy the file AP-MOU.DRV to your Windows SYSTEM directory, and edit the entry in SYSTEM.INI to say "mouse.drv=ap-mou.drv". If your entry does not match any of those listed here, contact your mouse manufacturer to find out if your mouse is compatible with the Microsoft mouse driver, or if the manufacturer has an Access driver available. If you cannot install an Access mouse driver, you will not be able to use the Access Pack MouseKeys feature or control the mouse using the SerialKeys feature, but you will still be able to use the keyboard-related features. 6) Copy the following files from the Access Pack into your Windows directory: ACCESS.EXE ACCESS.WRI ACCESS31.HLP ACCESSU.DLL IBMMKEYS.BMP SKWIN.BMPFor example, if the Access Pack software is on a floppy disk in drive A: and Windows is installed in the WINDOWS directory on drive C:, then you should type the following commands at the MS-DOS prompt:
copy a:access.exe c:\windows copy a:access.wri c:\windows copy a:access31.hlp c:\windows copy a:accessu.dll c:\windows copy a:ibmmkeys.bmp c:\windows copy a:skwin.bmp c:\windows Note: If you are running Microsoft Windows version 3.0, you should copy the file ACCESS30.HLP instead of ACCESS31.HLP. 7) Start Windows, and then create a program item for the file ACCESS.EXE. For more information about creating program items, see Chapter 3, "Program Manager," in the "Microsoft Windows User's Guide."