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Driver compatability question.....

I just recently started having the same problems others are having. The only difference is I have the original floppy disk that came with with my mouse. My problem is my floppy is no longer working. When I try to reinstall my drivers I get a message saying the disk is not formatted. Tried everything I can think of to get it to work. So I went searching the web for a compatible driver. The only thing I could find was for a different model number than my mouse model. Not even same sequence. Here is the link to the download.
The download is for model 10278 and my model is 10352. Do you think this download would work for me? I really don't need more problem than I have already. Thanks....

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Re: Driver compatability question.....

I would try it. you can always do a system restore.
Or even a "last good"
keep me posted

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