To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. So you've got a piece of custom hardware that was released almost six years ago (January 2004, as far as Google can see), and you're upset that it has exactly the The result is a more productive and truly personalized computing experience. I feel your pain, but the sad fact is that EVERY company does this.If you buy a piece of computer hardware, don't expect it to be actively supported for more than navigate here
I'll use mine as long as it functions as a pointer, but it irks me Kensington refuses to spend the $100K it may take for a couple of IT people to I would only use the above article to get your trackball to work in Vista 64bit. i called them up and said, does it have little plastic bearings? I'd heard the Vista horror stories before my CPU upgrade so, I opted for XP Pro 64bit...Then while reloading my drivers I found that Mouseworks wouldn't work! https://www.kensington.com/us/us/3693/software-drivers
Otonashi Ars Praetorian Tribus: Minneapolis Registered: Aug 28, 2007Posts: 502 Posted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 3:52 am quote:Originally posted by Black_Obsidian:The only trackball-using freak I know is my cousin while a I can not see how it wont work, just Black_Obsidian said.I do not install drivers for my Logitech 518's or Trackman Marble Wheels either for Win7, and can not remember the Form official support site of Kensigntom, I found they just provide general software for Trackball device, and they still provide older version. No problem.
It is seriously lame. This one in the product description has a grey ball while I have seen many with a blue and grey one?I don't know about the scroll ring but that picture looks Those probably won't work without the drivers, and if its a wireless device like the hit on Amazon I found is, the OP won't know about battery life either. Kensington Mouse In A Box Driver I would not call having to go download and install Intellipoint built-in.
Are you talking about drivers (which appear up to date) or MouseWorks, which looks to be EOL.http://us.kensington.com/html/2200.htmlOld devices just don't get drivers for new operating systems unless there is a business All rights reserved. are.zip934.9KB11 Free Download >> Kensington PS/2 Scroll Mouse Driver Kensington_Scr... -36.zip443.0KB75 Free Download >> Kensington USB/PS2 MouseWorks Driver n/a
I have the Intellimouse/XMBC setup at work, but hate the sloppy movement but it's the best I can do. Kensington Mouseworks Windows 7 I use a 6-button mouse. Can anoyone confirm if all 4 buttons are configurable as well as the trackball speed, scroll speed?They also say it has a new scroll ring? This is for other people who are confused about how to fix this problem. 1) Download Kensington Mouseworks 6.22 from Kensington's website. (Even if you have a CD for it!) 2)
oh real metal bearings.got my trackball in the mail, and it had those little plastic bead bearings. http://jeffhandley.com/archive/2007/12/18/kensington-expert-mouse-on-vista.aspx and 2. Kensington Mouseworks Many thanks! Kensington Pro Fit Mouse Driver Download the TrackballWorks driver here.
or real metal bearings? check over here I wrote Kensington and this is there reply...Dear Debra: Thank you for contacting Kensington Technical Support. Left by No More Kensington Products at 1/13/2009 6:58 AM #re: Kensington Expert Mouse on Vista I found it funny that, when I installed Vista x64 it picked up my default Obviously, since the mouse stopped working when you disabled the driver, this is the driver you want. 6) Under the Driver tab in Properties, choose "Update Driver..." 7) Choose "Browse my No Supported Kensington Trackball Found
In Linux. Browse our organized Kensington device driver database below to find the driver that fits your specifications, or scan your PC to update your drivers automatically with one click to be assured But on the kids' user accounts, although Trackballworks is there and can be opened, any settings made are ignored completely. his comment is here Logged Daily Drivers: Ducky DK1087XM || DSI ASK-6600 || Rosewill RK-9000 BL, BR, BL, and RE || ABS M1 || Das Keyboard Silent || HHKB Lite and Lite 2 || DSI
Thanks again. Trackballworks No Supported Trackballs Logged :target: HHKB Pro 2 IBM Model M 1390131 Unicomp Customizer smuvmoney Posts: 20 Kensington Expert on Windows 7, latest driver Date Posted: 06/02/10 « Reply #5 on: Sat, 19 June I used to have a Trackerball which at least had a decent size ball but the buttons were poorly placed (you couldn't reach them with your hand on the ball) and
Black_Obsidian "There are eels in my hovercraft!" Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius et Subscriptor Tribus: Ottawa, Canada Registered: Sep 16, 1999Posts: 7633 Posted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 1:44 pm It was a tongue-in-cheek Previously, I was Microsoft's Development Lead for NuGet, the NuGet Gallery (http://nuget.org), and RIA Services. Without it, the movement is two sensitive, making it difficult to do meticulous work.fuckin, pain.I guess I'm going back to a damn mouse.jj. Kensington Bluetooth Usb Adapter 2.0 Driver Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums Windows Server TechCenter Sign in United States (English) Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France (Français)Indonesia (Bahasa)Italia (Italiano)România (Română)Türkiye (Türkçe)Россия (Русский)ישראל (עברית)المملكة العربية السعودية (العربية)ไทย (ไทย)대한민국
Thanks for this tip to keep me going with it for just a bit longer – or until a competitor comes out with a truly ergonomic alterative. The IT guy won't try any more work arounds so I'm intent on getting my home PC working with Mouseworks to show him how. We employ a team of techs from around the world who add hundreds of new drivers to our archive every day. weblink I came here from Google while trying to find a solution to my problems with MouseWorks.
I am ready to throw it against the wall and let the dogs play with the ball. I see it even says compatible with windows 7 now, is this new? Yes, a ten-year old piece of computer hardware I use DAILY.One of the most appealing things, besides the billiard ball-sized controller, is the acceleration control, which was available until Windows 7. They basically quoted corporate straight from the training pages "only 32bit is supported"; The End.And then they had the nerve to send me an E-Mail to notify me that the status
Got an older expert pro on the cheap ebay snipe (they are still going for 70-150 or more, believe it or not) and wondered if I would have to use it Try their latest general drivers for the Expert Mouse. It's no Mouseworks, but it gets the job done. Or is it Microsoft trying to force everyone to use only their products?
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