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Do you know where I could get a driver for the Labtec 4000FLX 3D mouse to run on Vista 32 bit OS please? I have contacted Labtec and they cant help.

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Tried checking sites for you and found the download at http://www.softwaredriverdownload.com/labtech_spaceball_4000_driver.html. Kindly scroll down to the area where it says "Download Labtech Spaceball 4000 Driver here"


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Hope this helps.
-Hanna :)

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