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BSR-DAK Mouse driver

Posted on 1997-03-06
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I need a 3 button mouse driver for a BSR-DAK wireles 3 button mouse, it works in 2 button mode with the Logitech 7.0 driver but thr middle button is not recognized.

Mikemartin@earthlink.net
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by:mikemartin
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I have also gone to the relevant section of the registry and edited it to no avail

Mike
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by:CyberGuy
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Go to Start/settings/control panel/mouse/devices/add device.  After you add the device, got to the button assignment tab.
This should work.  If it doesn't, go to controll panel, then add new hardware.  THen run the mouse configuration.  If it STILL doesn't work, try looking on the internet for some mouse drivers, THEN try the procedures above.  Good Luck!
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by:mikemartin
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Already done that, what i realy need is what mouse the BSR-DAK mouse was compatiible with

Mike
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yoram earned 100 total points
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Try "dak" phone number from the following page:
http://www.tdl.com/~kitty/support.html
Yoram.
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