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    I have a 3 button mouse but windows recognises it only as a 2 button mouse, i want to be able to use the 3rd button in shoot 'em ups but cant. Are there any drivers i need to download???

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    1st is what sort of mouse have ya got and 2nd is what OS are ya runnin'? :?:

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    Try Logitech mouse drivers for a three button mouse. Last time I used one the logitec drivers worked with most 3 button mice.

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    3 buttons, usually aren't too good, the wheel is better:)

    just a thought

    try the microsoft drivers or logitec

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    you can also have problems with older 3 buttons mice - on win95 they can cause the PC to crash

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    I tried M$ drivers on a wheel mouse once, huge damn file - and larger CPU usage/little if any gain on functionality.

    didn't go well for me at all, hope you have better luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. C
    I tried M$ drivers on a wheel mouse once, huge damn file - and larger CPU usage/little if any gain on functionality.

    didn't go well for me at all, hope you have better luck
    Yeah that Pointer.exe file that the MS drivers use is a bloated pig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalDD


    Yeah that Pointer.exe file that the MS drivers use is a bloated pig.
    LOL

    That can be said of much they produce!
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    1st is what sort of mouse have ya got and 2nd is what OS are ya runnin'? :?:
    Its a logitech cheap oem mouse, and im runnin windows ME

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    Have you tried the latest Logitech Mouseware software that you can d/l from http://www.logitech.com/cf/support/mousefiles_wme.cfm ?
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