I roll the trackball with it too. WELL, looks like I won't due to lack of Vista 64-bit support. Otherwise it all works as described. To download, select the Model Name/Number of your device, then click the Download button. his comment is here
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. I wish it had the ability like mouseworks did to assign a function to a 4+5 and 1+2 stroke but I can live with that for a little while in the Fields denoted with a "*" are required. *Your name: Please enter your name *Subject: Please enter a title Please leave your email address so that I can reply to you. I think may one of them can drive your device.
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 To prepare for this I started to download any appropriate drivers I need for my hardware.I love my Kensington Expert Mouse Pro trackball. Best bet is to use XMouse. Once it stops responding, hit "Enter" on your keyboard and it will be re-enabled.
I just got a new ExpertMouse trackball. X-Mouse Button Control(from vista), and you'll find evrything is allright:pIt it, and have fun^_^ Left by mattyy at 10/27/2008 12:02 PM #re: Kensington Expert Mouse on Vista Your mileage may vary Uninstall any previous software.4. No Supported Kensington Trackball Found So, the programmable buttons I love are now useless.
I play a 12-string bass.If you're not a freak, what are you doing here? The Trackball buttons map to the buttons in this software as follows: "Left Button" = Lower-left button "Right Button = Lower-right button "Middle Button" = Upper-left button "Mouse Button 4" = My problem now is that I am migrating my computers from Vista Home Premium 32 bit to Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit but have been unable to complete this change http://www.driverguide.com/driver/company/Kensington/index.html Either way 64 bit Windows 7 won't accept 32 bit drivers.
If you cannot find the right match for your Kensington device, enter the model name or number into the search box below to Search our Kensington Device Driver Support Database. this content How is the Gold Competency Level Attained? Most likely you will have to run W7 32-bit OS if you want to use the drivers you have. So I have installed Trackballworks, and apart from the reduced features, it works fine on my admin account. Kensington Pro Fit Mouse Driver
Nice to hear you finally got it working. Thanks for any help or feedback. however it is nice to have all 4 buttons back while i wait for it to break. weblink Great stuff!
reset Ars Centurion Registered: Feb 6, 2000Posts: 221 Posted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 3:58 pm quote:Originally posted by SDplus:The info I find says that Mouseworks will install, but the control panel Kensington Displaylink Driver The MX518 I'm using right now has 4, all of which work fine, without the custom software that came with it. Left by Paul at 11/16/2009 3:14 PM #re: Kensington Expert Mouse on Vista My Windows XP desktop machine died suddenly yesterday, so I had to go shopping 2 days before Black
I will NEVER BUY KENSINGTON AGAIN. I few years ago I made the switch from mouse to track ball. Ask a Question Similar Threads HP webcam works but not with skeype 4.1 Tropics, Sep 21, 2009, in forum: Software Replies: 1 Views: 3,346 Ian Sep 23, 2009 Win7 64 bits Kensington Sd3500v Drivers None work.
Click on the below link to install the latest software.ftp.kensington.com/...4. I'd to use the programmable buttons on it. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. check over here The fact is that there are current Kensington trackballs which have four buttons.
It's worth trying however. diqkiq Thread Starter Posts: 117Location: San Diego Kensington Expert Mouse Pro 64213 Who knows of a driver for Windows 7 or can make one? « on: Fri, 13 September 2013, 23:11:30 We understand that you are looking for the software for Expert Mouse Pro model # 64213. Reply With Quote 06-03-2010,02:58 AM #25 Quad62 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Senior Member Join Date Oct 2003 Location Sacramento, CA, USA Posts 401
In the future, I'd suggest that it is unwise to expect weirdo hardware to be supported by any newer OS than whatever it supports right out of the box.The only trackball-using I have downloaded the mouseworksPC 622.exe, the trackball works V1_0_4.exe and the tBW_11beta win.exe, and none of them work. mrz2u Seniorius Lurkius Registered: Nov 8, 2009Posts: 3 Posted: Mon Nov 09, 2009 8:15 am OK...even better news...do the XPsp3 compatibility mode install and its all back to normal. The Expert mouse was a fabulous piece of hardware that I have been missing ever since my move from XP.
Valorie *~~, Sep 21, 2010, in forum: alt.windows7.general Replies: 8 Views: 2,145 DougS Sep 23, 2010 Vertex 2 not detected in Win7 setup, but visible inside Win7 installed on another HD Update your ignorance and read...I did get the new slimblade and it is not a replacement for the older product as it is missing many of the previous products important features. Your fix works perfectly, but the button names in the new version of X-Mouse Button Control (1.48.1) are a little different.Upper right (Kensington) button is now called "Button 4" on MS