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I think maybe a serial connector to the mouse then Ps2 to the computer? In other words, the problem others were experiencing when moving to Vista is now showing up for me when moving to Win 7. What a joke!Good luck people''''''''' Left by Bob at 4/10/2009 12:52 PM #re: Kensington Expert Mouse on Vista More than anything, I miss all the acceleration tweaks. Left by kensington sucks at 1/8/2009 10:31 PM #re: Kensington Expert Mouse on Vista I just moved to Vista 64 to get support for 8G RAM, then discovered the short-sighted view navigate here

Left by Jeff Handley at 1/28/2009 1:45 AM #re: Kensington Expert Mouse on Vista thank you sooooo much jeff!! Thanks. Hardware & Devices Vista to 7 compatibilityI am wanting to know if some/most/all hardware that is compatible with Vista is also compatible with 7. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home Built OS Windows 10 Education 64 bit CPU AMD Phenom II X4 980 Black Edition Deneb 3.7GHz Motherboard Asus M4N68T-M V2 https://www.kensington.com/us/us/3693/software-drivers

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I was really down when I found out that Kensington would no longer support it in Windows 7.Anyway, I just installed the Mouseworks 6.2.2 in the Windows 7 RTM using the I have some install packages that are 32 and 64 bit and some that have separate 32 bit and 64 bit install packages. Mine is a 4-button trackball and it has a scroll ring around the ball.

It would be nice for the Kensington site to point folks to this rather than just say we're not doing anything because you can use the built-in functionality of Vista. It might not be *MY* settings, but it's what I had it set for.Unfortunately, I need the cursor motion tuning that Mouseworks provided. Follow JayColorado's original instructions (in the first post), but in the first step download the W7 version of Intellipoint here: http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...7.10.344.0.exe Otherwise, follow the other instructions as-is. Kensington Bluetooth Usb Adapter 2.0 Driver I waited and waited to buy a Win 7 PC knowing my beloved mouse wouldn't work.

Looking forward to hearing from you!Best, Tina Left by Tina at 12/19/2007 5:32 PM #re: Kensington Expert Mouse on Vista Tina,I'm glad you found my blog post and appreciated the workaround. Kensington Trackballworks Windows 10 Or is it Microsoft trying to force everyone to use only their products? Michael Tapes Proposed as answer by MTapes Wednesday, August 11, 2010 10:56 PM Wednesday, August 11, 2010 10:56 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Kensington Expert Mouse Fix http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r24604289-Update-Kensington-Expert-Mouse-drivers-for-Win7-x64 Google didn't help much there, either.

A four button mouse on which only two buttons work? Kensington Displaylink Driver Since the mid-90's, when my wife got me one for my birthday, after I saw the one she had at work.

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But I need too find the Spec's on it first. http://jeffhandley.com/archive/2007/12/18/kensington-expert-mouse-on-vista.aspx However, the mouse doesn't seem to be talking to USB dongle at all. Kensington Mouseworks I just got a new ExpertMouse trackball. Kensington Pro Fit Mouse Driver Have you been here?

Saturday, December 05, 2009 2:47 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks to Mike_Land and cornwell for the links to the workaround that solves my particular problem (no http://techdego.com/kensington-mouse/kensington-mouse-drivers-windows-vista.php Digerati View Public Profile Find all posts by Digerati #9 March 11th, 2015, 04:26 AM Ensign Tzap Senior Member Join Date: Jul 2005 O/S: Windows 7 64-bit Posts: Either way 64 bit Windows 7 won't accept 32 bit drivers. I roll the trackball with it too. Kensington Mouse In A Box Driver

Me Now working at Concur and concentrating on UI with Node and React. It's not a deal-breaker for me, but would just be nice :-)Thanks,LINC Hi LincDid you ever get this fixed?I have used the Expert Mouse TB since it was first put on Tuesday, July 27, 2010 12:24 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote L_Jordan I just downloaded and installed TrackballWorks on Windows 7 (64-bit). his comment is here But for many, nothing but a new trackball works.

As linked from my article, here's where I found the information:http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=92390I have no issues with the information being disseminated as a workaround, but if you are seeking permission from the original No Supported Kensington Trackball Found Only now I'm migrating my own personal PC from XP SP3, To Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit. Please login or register.Did you miss your activation email? 1 Hour 1 Day 1 Week 1 Month Forever Login with username, password and session length News: Are your eyes bleeding?

Until recently I had a whole store room full of old, but still perfectly good, CRT and 4:3 LCD monitors (including a gorgeous 17" Samsung Porsche Design monitor that cost me

News Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site The Hell with Kensington too...cannot believe they won't develop a driver for Vista Left by Wifiwizard at 7/27/2008 2:31 PM #re: Kensington Expert Mouse on Vista Althought it comes lately. http://accoblobstorageus.blob.core.w...84f0462b50.exe The above is a download link from here: Software & Drivers - Kensington It's the first one listed. Kensington Bluetooth Usb Adapter 2.0 Model 33348 This will also be used for your gravatar, but your email address will not be shown.

Left by Jeff Handley at 12/27/2007 9:29 PM #re: Kensington Expert Mouse on Vista Thanks for your answer!Best wishes for 2008,Ron Left by Ron at 12/29/2007 5:16 PM #re: Kensington Expert Thursday, December 15, 2016 12:42 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Well, seven years later (Dec 2016) and Kensington still have not got their act together. that it did under my Vista system. weblink In addition, you can set the buttons to represent hotkeys in specific applications by using the "Simulated Keys (undefined)" command provided in the list of commands for each button.

Digerati View Public Profile Find all posts by Digerati #7 March 9th, 2015, 06:24 PM Ensign Tzap Senior Member Join Date: Jul 2005 O/S: Windows 7 64-bit Posts: Thanks so much!!! Contact Twitter: @jeffhandley Subscribe to this feed Tag Cloud 64-bit ASP.NET ATI Custom Controls Everywhere DataAnnotations DomainDataSource DotNetNuke MVC MVP nVidia RIAServices RiaServicesValidation Silverlight Subversion TDD Validation ViewModel Vista WPF XAML 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?

My OS is 64 Bit Win 7 Pro. Only I find out that Kensington does not have 64-bit Drivers, or Software for this older model Track Ball. Xmousebutton mouse control is a nice workaround but I would love to have the full control that mouseworks offers.ThanksMike Hi MikeOK, I extracted the files, went to the temp folder where Thanks for the heads up.

However, I cannot grant permission for its use or promotion as I'm simply relaying information that I found online. I'm glad you like the Expert Mouse. Need more help? Also, the Intellipoint link is no good, anyone have a better one??

In case anyone else is experiencing the same problem, I WAS successful in finally getting my Trackball to work under Win 7 by using another program that I found called "X-Mouse The company who wrote TrackBallWorks is Dritek System Inc. Good Luck Marked as answer by Ronnie VernonMVP, Moderator Monday, August 17, 2009 11:57 PM Saturday, August 15, 2009 2:14 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi guys... Left by dee at 8/29/2011 11:21 AM #re: Kensington Expert Mouse on Vista (or Windows 7) disregard my dumb question!

Same with Samsung and other makers. I had been using their products for the last 12 years, but not anymore. My wife's machine is still on XP, but when I replace it, she'll likely be on 7. Any help you could give would be appreciated.