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Trackball Hi, I have a Sager 6500m notebook, cannot find a driver for the trackball. Any suggestions? Thank you.

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  • liegnitz Mar 10, 2008

    Thank you for the response. I send an email to their site to get the drivers. Sager claims Lifetime technical support. I just could not find their website before.

    Thanks again

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Did you look here: http://www.sagernotebook.com/information.php?information_id=7

Could not find your number 6500m. When you do find the correct number the trackball driver might be part of the (touchpad) driver.

Seger has other forms of support: http://www.sagernotebook.com/information.php?information_id=2

Only suggestions I can give on such short notice. ;-}
Never heard of Sager before this post.
Good luck liegnitz!

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