NT Driver for Logitech Cordless Click Plus Optical Mouse

Can anyone direct me to the NT driver for a Logitech Cordless Click Plus Optical Mouse (M/N M-RAA89).  I can't seem to find one on the Logitech website but there must be one since I had it installed previously on this old NT computer.

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Isn't that an USB mouse? If so, there's no USB support in NT4.
DarinOBrienAuthor Commented:
Hmmm...if only I could find the software that came with the mouse!  It used to work perfectly but I had another mouse plugged in (corded) for a short while and that seemed to mess up the Logitech mouse.

Response to beester:  yes, it's USB, but it used to work???

Response to slam69:  the link you provided takes you to a site that allows you to install a Logitech "Drive Whiz".  Unfortunately, that required installation of microsoft.net framework which I can't get to install (it keeps failing).  I'm wondering if that's compatible with 2000, xp, vista, and windows 7 only?

Is there an alternative download site that would take me directly to the driver itself without installation of anything else?

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although listed as xp thsi one says it will work on NT if sp6 is installed, give it a go


I've seen third party vendors who provide limited USB support on NT4, though.
DarinOBrienAuthor Commented:
Does anyone have any other suggestions?  
DarinOBrienAuthor Commented:
i'm accepting this as the solution since it was the best answer.  However, I actually ended up "retiring" the NT system and upgrading to a new computer.  The mouse works great on the new system.  

Thanks to everyone who resonded!
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