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Expert Mouse Drivers for WIN95

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Where can I get the Expert Mouse drivers for WIN95.  I'd like to set up "chording" and change cursor speeds.  
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I'm not sure if this is what you mean.
But if you mean the Kensington MouseWorks drivers (expert mouse)
then you can download them at the following ftp site..

ftp://206.86.175.53/PC/MWS502.EXE

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thanx,  i got to the site and downloaded the files.  now i'm gonna try to install.
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