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I have this mouse: http://www.pointofview-online.com/showroom.php?shop_mode=product_detail&product_id=45
And I can't find any driver. But my system properly handles it as an USB HID compatible mouse, I think this is why there is no driver. I just can't configure the 2 additional buttons. So I think I would need an universal USB HID driver with which I could use that 2 extra buttons too. And sorry, but I can't find any by Google.
I'm using Windows XP SP3.
Thanks!

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On my computer when I plug in the USB, the mouse is recognized and the HID mouse drivers are automatically installed by XP.

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If there is still a problem, I would disable the driversin the device manager and reboot the computer. The XP should then find the driver and install it automatically.

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That's the problem exactly: The XP driver is... well... retarded, but it's enough for the manufacturers to not give any driver at all. Earlier that 5 buttons was not usual so I had to set up things like backspace or dblclick onto them. But now a HID mouse can have more buttons and I can't set anything else onto them. Softwares either support them directly or not. Fx. Firefox uses those buttons for forward and backward, I never ever use them. And they don't have any function at all in Wincmd, or in Netbeans any more. So I just would like to set them up what to do like with my old mouse.
Thanks for the answer anyway!

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Hi,
RAPOO (Chinese brand, Google it) has a driver that will probably help, it works for me for 3 different types. It downloads as ce_jian.rar and has one problem that is not really a problem, the download comes in Chinese, however all that is required to open it is to simply press ENTER on all questions or choices and the result is in English.

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Ooh! well check these setting
go to control panel -mouse setting- remove the check of double click

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