Micro Innovations MagicBall PS2 Mouse Free Driver Download
Micro Innovations, Tech
Keyboard Drivers, Mouse Drivers, Mouse
MagicBall PS2 Mouse
Supported Operating Systems
Windows 95, Windows 98SE, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003
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I received the link to this driver from the manufacturer after sending them an email stating that I had lost the original disk for this mouse. It is branded by Compaq but made by Micro Innovations. It is a USB mouse w/trackball/mousewheel. Original driver is needed in order to switch between trackball and mouse mode. I've only used it on Windows XP Pro so I cannot say if it works on any other os'es.
kuma (DG Member) on 1/20/2006
cpq650tp.exe (1.1 MB)
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