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Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by XFacta82, Jun 12, 2008.
ow do you program the buttons on this mouse? I cannot find them in the manual
It should be the same as other MS mice, you install the intellipoint software and it will put a link to the mouse in the other section (at the bottom) of System Preferences.
Wheres the intellipoint software at?
Try here http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/download/download.aspx?category=MK
It should be on a disc that came with the mouse. If not, try searching on Microsoft's site for it.
When I pull up that site it wont let me search for the mouse I have and no it did not come with a setup cd
Intellipoint 6.21, I'm pretty sure that is the latest version.
Careful, says it's for 10.2 - 10.4. It will probably work, but who knows if it'll cause kernel panics.
It works but it didnt have any options for the side button that mine has. I need to program it to go "back" on a website. So was this not safe to run it?
If it's not causing problems, then I guess it's okay. I had read an earlier post that the MS Driver caused issues, and in some instances kernel panics. Probably had nothing to do with driver, but who knows.
I use the 5000 as well. Would like to use the other buttons, but unsure if it's worth it or not...
I have the same Mouse and use SteerMouse to program the side button. Works great.
Sorry for all the questions but what are kernel panics
It's the UNIX [Mac]/Linux equivalent of a Microsoft Blue Screen.