Installed fine and looks good.
I want to configure my controls.
I want the Right Mouse button to control "move forward"
The default is "W"
The game opyions panel won't let me select this option.
Any suggestions how to get right mouse to control "move forward"
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Does the laptop have a touchpad (usually centered on the keyboard below the space bar) with two buttons above it? Then drag your finger across the selection to highlight it. Then click the right button.
It may take some practice. I usually end up getting a finger to register as moving to a new point on the screen when I try to move up to the buttons.
If you are still more comfortable with a mouse, get a USB corded or wireless mouse. Connect the mouse to a free port and use as you normally do. (Wireless mice can be a little tricky when the batteries run down or the receiver and mouse lose their connection.) If you have limited ports, a USB hub will usually be fine for connecting a mouse.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (Note: some older laptops need the touchpad disabled to avoid confusion. With Windows, Start > Control Panel > Hardware > Device Manager)
Whatever you want them to do. You program them.
Sometimes they are set to go forward and back in your browser by default.
I use mine mainly in games, i set them to reload/change weapons in shooter games.
Did it not come with a driver disk, OR a link to the website t download them
Maybe its disabled. Does it have a button right above or next to that trackpad that disables it?
Check in your control panel settings under mouse. Go to start>control panel>mouse. , then hardware tab. Then choose properties and driver tab. Make sure that drivers are installed.
If that doesnt work, install drivers for it again. Right click on my computer>manage>device manager. Right click on your mouse/trackpad under mice and other pointing devices and uninstall. Right click on your computer name on top and choose scan for hardware changes....that should do it.
You probably can get it fixed by restarting your system with "Last Known Good Configuration". To do that, reboot your system and hit F8 a few times when it starts booting. If you catch the timing just right, the boot manager will display several options. Select "Last Known Good Configuration".
If it doesn't work after you did that, you can repeat the process but this time select "Safe Mode". After safe mode comes up, you can retore your system to the restore point just prior to the installation of the HID driver that causes your problem. Alternatively, you can remove that HID driver via uninstall if it is available.
there is a micro switch under this button. you can open your mouse and verify its malfunction by shorting its pins by tip of a screw driver carefuly and see if this works. then you can replace it. your can also shift this button to right button from control panel-->mouse-->button configuration temporarily.