Xmousebutton mouse control is a nice workaround but I would love to have the full control that mouseworks offers. You must log in or register to reply here. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: Others have apparently tried those methods without success. No need for Kensington’s drivers or their lack of support!
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Kensington Mouseworks now works OK
All times are GMT Proposed as answer by Tombaker Tuesday, November 15, 2: Originally Posted by alphanumeric A driver is more than just a program, and I have seen Windows 7 64 bit reject 32 bit drivers.
However, none of those represent my cousin or any of the other trackball-using freaks I’ve ever known. So if you have an Expert Mouse trackball which is the highest productivity pointing device ever invented you can say Welcome Back to your programmable buttons.
After downloading and installing it on my Win7 bit, TrackballWorks refused to recognize the Expert Mouse Pro as compatible hardware. I get the message, “The best driver sofware for your device is already installed.
Solved: Kensington trackball in Vista 64 bit | Tech Support Guy
Starting to need the disk space and want to delete Vista. True, a driver program is handled a bit differently than a typical program, but it is coded like a program, works like a program, and is essentially a program. The info I find says that Mouseworks will install, but the control panel will not work, but if you install X-Mouse Button Control You will get back full functionality of your trackball Does Kensington offer 32 bit and 64 bit versions of the programs you mentioned?
So I tried the tricks installing KMW 6. Friday, June 19, 8: Yes, they do offer both 32 and 64 bit drivers. Button Control and thank all that is holy…speed control for the old mouse! Kensington’s so called customer support has been no help with this.
Please mark your thread as solved it makes it easier for others to find a solution if they have the same issue. Glad it’s working for you.
Yes, my password is: Either way 64 bit Windows 7 won’t accept 32 bit drivers. Originally Posted by tkw. Googling for the device shows that there’s a half-dozen buttons across the top of the device.
Wednesday, March 16, By the way I also installed this: Kensington’s outsourced email support was insincere and completely unhelpful, providing a thinly veiled suggestion that I should trash my old, discontinued junk and pay Kensington a couple of hundred for new trackballs. Monday, August 24, 2: Fri Oct 02, 9: Mine is a 4-button trackball and it has a scroll ring around the ball.
It is a shame that some kwnsington maybe all 32 bit drivers don’t work in 64 bit environments.
It does exactly what I want. I am hoping that you moussworks had some luck. Mon Nov 09, I’ve been somewhat looking forward to moving from Windows XP to Windows 7. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.
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