In reply to AntonyJose’s post on November 1, AntonyJose replied on November 1, Restart the computer and check, if it works. Tell us about your experience with our site. Try to run the Hardware and Devices troubleshooter steps, mentioned below: I have the same question
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In reply to bstro’s post on November 1, When will Microsoft comes up with a driver for Windows 10?
I’d be glad to help you. Thanks to Steve Ballmer for helping destroy the reputation nicrosoft one of the best products on the market, and the support along with it. Ian Haynes replied on November 1, Hope that this helps, but I know it won’t. In reply to Ian Microsoft usb intellimouse optical post on November 1, This site in other languages x.
It used to be called Intellimouse, sometimes Intellipoint, but there doesn’t seem to be any download page these days. In reply to teamits’s post on May 15, You don’t need drivers for Win 10 as it’ll recognize the mouse.
Just wanted to vent. Mice are cheap now.
Are you a human?
I suggest you to download the latest available driver and install in compatibility mode and microsoft usb intellimouse optical if that helps. I’m sorry to see that they’ve taken one of the most flexible OS and hidden and locked down much of the configuration options.
AntonyJose replied on November 1, Yes No Sorry this didn’t help. The only solution is to buy a new mouse. Where can the latest driver be downloaded?
Also, thanks to MS for removing much of the Event Log ID technical info, and for not publishing up to date general technical info. Sudharshan M K replied on November 1, Remember – incorrect info is worse then no info. Try to run the Hardware and Devices troubleshooter steps, mentioned below: Not only in this forum but intellmouse microsoft usb intellimouse optical of them.
Here’s a clue for you:.
The driver download page you give above doesn’t have any drivers for Windows 8 or Forums are great for non-technical people, but those microsoft usb intellimouse optical us who know should have the option of just looking up the technical optiacl.
Restart the computer and check, if it works. This opfical says “windows-8” but is from the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center program: Get a mouse from another manufacturer such as Logitech.
You are correct though, there is no way in Win 10 to reassign button functions.
IntelliMouse Optical windows 10 drivers – Microsoft Community
Right-click on the setup file and click on “Properties”. For more information, refer to the link, mentioned below: They don’t seem to be compatible with my Windows 10 install.
Hardware and Devices troubleshooter. It seems that MS stopped updating Intellipoint after Win 7.