Wireless Mouse Issue

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  1. badboybryce

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    I have a Kensington Pocket Mouse (Model # 72237A) and was wondering if it is compatible with Windows Vista? It worked when I had a computer with Windows XP, so I'm guessing that either it isn't compatible, or it just doesn't work.

    Any info/assistance would be greatly welcomed. Thanks.
     
  2. vince

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    Hey badboy... Is that a mouse in your pocket? Or are you just happy to see me? :biggrin:

    just go to the Kensington site and download the driver.
     
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    I doubt a driver would be required for vista. Pointing devices are pretty generic. I really like a shot at driving your pointing device though.
     
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    Not all computers have built-in bluetooth, so you might need to buy a bluetooth transmission device so that your computer and mouse can "talk" to each other. They cost about $20 at Walmart, and about the same at office supply stores.
     
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    Thanks all.
     
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