[pcductape] Re: driver problem with Cordless Trackman FX

  • From: Lisa Schnepf <lars2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 11 Dec 2004 15:51:58 -0500

Hi Trapper,
 
  The website is http://www.logitech.com  Yes, I just checked the registry
to make sure that there were no entries referring to logitech or mouseware,
and there weren't. 
 
Lisa

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Sent: Saturday, December 11, 2004 12:56 PM
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Subject: [pcductape] Re: driver problem with Cordless Trackman FX


My Question to you would be what was the url for the website.?
I have a trackman marble by logitech and I can't get it to run with winxp..I
suspect it is needing newer drivers?

Have you done a regedit to see if that  drivers is in there? You shouldn't
have to worry about messing up the registry and backing it up and all that
if you are just taking a look to find it..! That is probably where I would
start. If you find it then you can nuke it out and re-load the other to see
if there was any kind of conflict going on.

My

question is this: is it possible since I installed the newest driver 9.79

and uninstalled it, that it is staying in the registry and not allowing any

older drivers to work right?

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Lisa Schnepf wrote: 

I recently reformatted my hard drive, and when re-installing all of my

software, I thought I had misplaced my CD for my Logitech Cordless Trackman

FX, so I went to the website and downloaded the newest drivers.  The new

drivers didn't support the webwheel effect that I liked so much about  the

mouse, so I contacted Logitech. At first, they didn't want to give me any

older drivers, but then they gave me an ftp site to search for version 9.61.

I tried that, it showed up as a two button mouse, with no web-wheel. I have

a four button mouse. I also looked on DriverGuide.com and found version 9.75

which is supposed to support the webwheel. That showed up as a two-button

mouse, too. I found a CD for logitech that had version 9.14 or something,

and originally tried that and it showed up as a two button mouse. I also

found an updated Windows XP driver that I had downloaded for the mouse and

tried that and it ALSO showed up as a two-button mouse. The only driver

software that seems to show up as a four button mouse now is the new one. My

question is this: is it possible since I installed the newest driver 9.79

and uninstalled it, that it is staying in the registry and not allowing any

older drivers to work right? I can't think of anything else, because the

older ones used to show up the right way. Right now, they are ALL

uninstalled, but who knows what the registry looks like since I tried

version 9.14, uninstalled it, 9.61, uninstalled it, 9.75 uninstalled it,

9.79, uninstalled it.

Thanks for your help.



~Just remember, if the world didn't suck, we'd all fall off~



Lisa 





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