Maybe you should be using Kensington Trackballworks instead of Mouseworks? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Unfortunately it doesn’t work. Fri Oct 02, I upgraded to 7 a few months ago and so far have had no issues. In terms of bluetooth vs usb, positions of buttons underneath control that, pictures show position of each button Fine, it is what it is so I go get the slimblade.

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However, the mouse doesn’t seem to be talking to USB dongle at all.

It turns out that my scroll wheel is actually dead. But that may be bit only.

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I’m going to check with the Kensington support on this before returning this back to Amazon. I am a little surprised at Kensington’s lack of support for the Expert Mouse Pro considering that they have continued to sell it through their website all of this time – even with the “Windows 7 Compatible” icon. Quote- I just installed Kensington Mouseworks 6. I use a 6-button mouse. Champ Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: I roll the trackball with it too. Jan 3, Posts: Aug 4, Posts: Saturday, August 15, 2: By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.


Previously the Kensington Mouseworks Ver.

Kensington USB ‘expert mouse’ trackball – any success?

Friday, June 4, I’ve been somewhat looking forward to moving from Windows XP to Windows 7. The only tricky things:. Working through my other issues as many of you have shared. Proposed as answer by Tombaker Tuesday, November 15, 1: Originally posted by reset: I’m not sure whether its an issue with trackball talking to USB dongle or inappropriate drivers causing this?

Kensington Trackballs – Windows 7

Thanks for your help Mike. So Kensington wants me to use Windows XP and is sorry for the inconvenience.

Thursday, July 15, 9: The fact is that there are current Kensington trackballs which have four buttons. It simply does not provide the support for the various button programming, etc.

How do these people keep in business? So I’m confused, the latest hardware supports vista, for example, the Kensinyton Mouse strangely named trackball is Vista certified. Thanks to Ronnie who posted the work around, below, regarding installing mouseworks 6.


I an a die hard trackball user myself so I can understand why you want to get all the buttons working. I personally tried both of those methods and neither worked for me. Find More Posts by alphanumeric. Those probably won’t work without the drivers, and if its a wireless device like the hit on Amazon I found is, the OP won’t know about battery life either.

I had the same thing. I suppose they may eventually fix these problems, but in the meantime I’m going to try some of the other suggestions posted here earlier.