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Connecting a mikomi 3 button optical mouse to a packard bell pc

I have tried to connect a new wired mouse in a usb port but the wizard informs me that the product software is not licenced, I tried to continue anyway but my pc crashed. I have now restored the old mouse. Do I need some sort of driver for the new mouse?

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  • mrmad Dec 07, 2007

    No the mouse was probably made in the USA !!!

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If you are using windows XP its not necessary since it already has built in lots of generic drivers..
i bet that mouse cost you like 2 bucks or something.. when things are too cheap they tend to fail quickly..

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