A4 Tech A4Tech USB Port Mouse Free Driver Download
A4Tech PS/2 Port Mouse, USB Human Interface Device
A4 Tech, A4Tech
Keyboard Drivers, Mouse Drivers, HID, HIDClass, Mouse
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Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows 2003 (64 bit), Windows XP, Windows XP (64 bit), Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95
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1.) After successfully downloading the driver, do not open the driver file until you make sure the following has completed: ***REMOVE / UNINSTALL any original mouse driver from the PC. (If you forgot to do this part, your driver may not be able to install correctly and successfully later)
2.) After the original mouse driver has been removed, open the downloaded file.
3.) Follow the on-screen instructions.
4.) When it's successfully installed, please restart your computer.
5.) After you have restarted the computer, you will see on the bottom right corner of the taskbar a mouse icon. This means you have installed the driver successfully.
Angel Quiñoa (DG Member) on 3/16/2007
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