Join over , other people just like you! Just wanted to sign up to say thanks to SDplus and share what worked! So something must have changed between those versions and the RTM version? Mon Nov 09, 1: The Button is located above your first post on the left side.

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To me, former looks to be the issue. You are still stuck with the default mouse control panel.

All it takes is for someone to write a few 1 and 0’s to get kensongton working. The Expert Mouse does not have W7 support and is only certified for Vista. Can someone please help me. I had the slimblade drivers loaded so I figured I would unload them and see what happens.

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Proposed as answer by Tombaker Tuesday, November 15, 1: I had the same thing. The usb wireless function works but with limited functions.

I couldn’t get the drag sticky button to work, but the others work fine. Kensington got considerable grief and rightly so in my opinion when Vista came out for not providing driver support for this mouse in Vista.


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Windows has determined the driver software for your device is up to date. This almost works because you get the basic functions of buttons 3 and 4 forward and backbut you cannot program them.

Does anyone know about this update and what it does? Join our site today to ask your question. Friday, June 4, The Button is located above your nouseworks post on the left side. Kensington’s so called customer support has been no help with this. Thread starter Birk Binnard Start date May 9, Feb 12, Posts: This site uses cookies.

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Showcase New media New comments Search media. Interesting comment on the 3 different camps that use trackballs, all of which are understandable. I tried to be clever and use the Vista drivers for a more recent version, but no dice. I really don’t use those all that much right and left click are But if it doesn’t do what you want, at the end of the day, it doesn’t mean much.


Proposed as answer by Mesozoic Wednesday, February 21, 7: If you buy a piece of computer hardware, don’t expect it to be actively supported for more than a year, at best. Tuesday, April 25, 9: If there is a solution for the kensingyon Kensingtion Trackballs on 64 bit Some people had thought they had mouseworks working but it was only temporary.

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I’ve been somewhat looking forward to moving from Windows XP to Windows 7. For most of the comments in this thread this should be a full solution.