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3 button PS/2 mouse.

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How do I enable the third (middle) button of a generic PS/2 mouse?  With no mouse-specific drivers, I cannot find an option anywhere that will allow this.
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Your answer is in your question ...
You need a specific driver ....
You can try WIN 98 Logitech driver ... ( control panel / mouse )  
or you download a driver here :

http://www.logitech.com/cf/support/mousefiles.cfm

Mouseware 9.0 is a very good utility/driver... ( generic 2,3 buttons with and without wheel)
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Be careful it's a shareware ...
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