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Can a Packard Bell Fast Media Remote be used on a regular Windows 95 computer (without Navigator by packard bell).  How do I make the mouse control work?
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Yes, a Fast Media Remote Control can be used on any computer (not just a Packard Bell).  Though, the only requirement is that it needs Comm 2 available.  That's the only Comm port it'll work on.

To make the mouse control work, install the drivers that came with it and make sure you reboot your computer.
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