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If you cannot locate the driver on Dell's website, you can use the Windows 7 mouse driver for this mouse and all the features will still work. Try this:
Go to your Device Manager > Choose "Mice and other pointing devices >"Click the name of the Dell mouse you'd like to update. Click the tab labeled "Driver" and then click "Update Driver." Select "Search automatically for updated driver software." Follow the onscreen instructions to update the driver.
Hi John, here the software for your mouse, http://www.logitech.com/en-us/428/6383?section=downloads&WT.ac=sc|downloads||dd , it's called set point, and you can set up left/right scrolling, thanks and have a nice day - J -
find the drivers and instructions for inland wireless keyboard and mouse here: http://www.inlandus.com/driverdl.php? type the product number 70120 and click search. Download zips and follow instructions.
Click Here to download the User's Manual. It may just be going into sleep mode.
The Targus Wireless Optical Notebook Mouse features an ergonomic design
with built-in power management allowing for travel or everyday desktop
use. The physical on/off switch, combined with a touch sensor for sleep
mode, enable optimized power management capabilities. The thumb-size
USB receiver with 90-degree swivel provides flexibility in limited
workspace. The mouse features sensitive optical technology for
increased accuracy and ease of use.
Hi Thanks for the advice on fixing my problem. I solved it by googling the problem. The solution was to go to the 'set point' feature in Logitech and change the 'zoom' setting to 'other', then select 'middle mouse'. THAT WORKED. I like the laser mouse it has a real nice feel to it., and am super happy now i have a middle mouse button to perform commands in my modelling program......................regards julie