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This is because with Win 7 and above the kernel was changed again, while I wont try and confuse you with tech talk, if you run a search for the file you are missing you will find it and be able to download it and set it up for your Wildlife Zoo to work.
****a piece of Scotch tape over a mouse's laser, might make it work perfectly****** ***some optical mouse's need a mouse pad and some work
on any surface.*** i use a lot of computers that have mouse's that i have to
list it slightly and let them ride on a finger when they are
off the mouse pad.
a few weeks ago, my good mouse finally frayed its cord and i
had to start using one of my redundant mouse's that needs a
i noticed immediately that it could work almost normally if
i lifted it 1/4 inch off the table. I'm not going to deal with this like that though.. i speculated that it must be because the laser sensor is too
sensitive..( since it works better from farther away....)
i wanted to try to put a piece of scotch tape over it to
act as a diffuser to make it less sensitive, but i was too
busy. lol. so like a month later . i finally tried the tape
idea, and it works perfectly!!!. dam
if you get an optical mouse that goes crazy without a mouse
pad, you should try this
If you look at the top of the mouse, you'll see left and right buttons, scroll wheel and a big piece that makes up the rest of the top. The back of the top moves farther back and up. You hold it with your fingers under the front of the mouse and your thumb on the center behind the scroll wheel, and gently push back on the large piece of plastic (where your palm normally rests).
there are 7 cogs on the rear wheel hub; three on the crank hub:
7x3=21 gear change possibilities
large gears move the wheel faster and farther around but, with more effort
small gears move the wheel less distance but, with less effort
i.e. 10 teeth divided by 30 teeth= 3:1 per 360 degree rotation of the bicycle wheel