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two mice on same computer windows 7

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Hey,

Anyone has any clues about mutli -mice drivers for windows 7 or xp ?

When I say multi mice .. it is not that I just want to pointer but I want to move them independent of each other.

Thanks !
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As in you want to use 2 mouse pointers at th same time? I don't think that is possible without some sort of 3rd party software.

I have heard rumors about this but never looked into it.

Grapevine Link: http://cpnmouse.sourceforge.net/
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I've done it in Windows 2000.

Used a COM port mouse and a PS/2 mouse.  Interesting.  If you've got an old serial mouse then give it a go.
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