I have a PD7250LSR wireless mouse. The problem is the driver I have is not compatable with Windows Vista [ it only goes up to windows xp ]. So, I didn't know if there was a Vista driver upload for it so I do not have to go out and buy a new wireless mouse?
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Re: PD7250LSR and Vista?
Install mouse software then restart
right click my computer properties
hardware and then devices
then right click mouse driver and click update driver
if mouse does'nt work after that then it won't be compatible
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You FIRST download install the software driver for it Micro Innovations PD7250LSR from the manufacturers web site, & THEN plug the thing with a"Tail" into a USB port, The "Mouse" connects to/through this.
The original driver that came with the mouse is useless in Vista. You can however get the basic functions to work if you make sure that the mouse settings in the "Device Manager" are set to show that you are using an "HID" compliant device. Also, in my case, when I tried to install the mouse on my laptop, it was showing up in "DM" as an "other" category as an "unknown" device. I just selected the "unknown" device, clicked on properties and updated the driver using the automatic function and that got mine working for me. Once I succeeded to get the mouse working, the "other" category dissapeared. I do not know if it switched to the "mouse" or the "HID Devices" category nor do I care now that it works.
** DO NOT waste your time looking for the old driver or a new driver! There are no updated drivers or software for this mouse to be used in Vista nor will there ever be. That info come straight from Micro Innovations.
Good luck and keep trying different settings in Device Manager until you succeed.
If your mouse manufacturer does not supply a driver for Vista you are pretty much out of luck for now. Vista is radically different from previous Windows operating systems and some hardware manufacturers are having a hard time adapting to it. If you have to have the mouse I would suggest you switch back to Windows XP till working drivers are released.