Question about Macally (OPTIMICRO) Mouse
The easiest way to get the driver you seek is to sign up for free to this website:
The website is called DriverGuide.com
Here's the link:
It is a paid service, but you can also sign up for a free account.
You do want to make sure you search with this description, just as you provided in your request:
macally optimicro mouse
Once you do sign up and validate your email with DriverGuide, then all you need to do is filter and skip through all the ads until you see this download link
That should be all you need to install the driver for your Macally Optimicro Mouse.
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
In the dock click on system prefs and go to the keyboard and mouse bit and see if you can select it. with it plugged in click the apple menu, click about this mac and a window will appear, click the more info button and in the window that appears click usb and see if it is listed, if not the mouse is iffy
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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