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Wireless mouse...

by wnclee / July 3, 2010 5:51 AM PDT

Just purchased an HP wireless comfor mouse and cannot get the computer to recognize the software...Says "no wireless mouse detecred", but pointer and wheel work, but cannot customize other buttons with the COMFORT SUITE(which doesn't show either) and the LED doesn't light-up...Love the mouse, but am frustrated that I cannot use all features...HP no help and no software updates avail. Mouse is Vista compaible, but am running Win7...Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated...Thanks, LeRoy

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(NT) 64 bit or 32 bit? Could make a difference.
by Steven Haninger / July 3, 2010 8:20 AM PDT
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by Steven Haninger / July 3, 2010 10:35 AM PDT

You said you're running a Win 7 64 bit. This means all connected hardware needs 64 bit drivers but this poses an interesting question that I cannot answer. Since it seems the software for the mouse isn't fully functional, I'm wondering if it, too, needs to be 64 bit in order to interact with the driver directly. I'll need to defer this notion to one more knowledgeable here but that is interesting.

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