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Generic mouse drivers for an optical mouse for windows 98 se I have 3 computers with different operating systems (OS) The system that has Windows 98 SE is the one I need help regarding a generic OPTICAL mouse that I purchased. It did not come with any drivers. The other two machines with Windows XP and Windows Vista recognized this Generic mouse guess a plug and play thing. But I want to use this mouse on the Windows 98 SE system. It has a USB plug on the end of it. It is not a PS/2 mouse it is an OPTICAL MOUSE where can I find a generic mouse DRIVER for this OPTICAL MOUSE for my WINDOWS 98 machine. PLEASE CAN ANYONE HELP Thanks in Advance.

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Http://www.howtodrivers.com/model39999.html you will get the drivers for usb optical mouse

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