Micro Innovations PD7260LSR Wireless Laser Mouse Download Drivers and Manual

Available 4 files for PD7260LSR Wireless Laser Mouse
Company
Micro Innovations
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Micro Innovations PD7260LSR Wireless Laser Mouse
Description
Manual
Operating Systems
Manuals
Size Manual
171Kb
File Name
pd7260lsr-manual58764_85.pdf
Info
Ideal for everyday use, graphic design and gaming. Table of Contents
FCC Statement…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….….……………. Page 2
Welcome…………………………………..…………………………………………………………………………………………….……….….. Page 4
Installation Procedures………………………………………………..……………………………………………….………………………….. Page 5
Programming the Buttons…………..………………………………………………………………………………………………….………… Page 6
Troubleshooting...…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...……… Page 7
Maintenance and Technical Support..…………………………………………………………………….………………..……………...…….. Page 8

Features and Benefits
A 1600 dpi laser sensor scans the desktop surface for ultimate precision and accuracy.
5 Programmable Buttons allows you to conveniently access frequently used PC commands with one click.
The scroll wheel tilts from side to side or top to bottom providing you with the fastest way to navigate documents, applications and
the Internet.
Package Contents
• Wireless Laser Mouse
• RF Receiver (USB)
• Installation CD
• 2 AAA Batteries
• Quick Installation Guide
• User’s Manual
• Warranty Information

Insert the batteries into the
mouse paying close attention to
proper polarities.
Turn the mouse on using the
power switch located
underneath the mouse.
Turn your PC on. Connect the USB connector of the
RF receiver into an available USB
port on your PC.
Install the software CD.
Your new mouse is now ready for use.

IF YOUR MOUSE DOES NOT WORK
AUTOMATICALLY:
Press the connect button on the receiver
Then, press the connect button
underneath the mouse
Company
Micro Innovations
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Micro Innovations PD7260LSR Wireless Laser Mouse
Description
Quick Installation Guide 1
Operating Systems
Quick Installation Guide 1
Size Driver
73Kb
File Name
pd7260lsr-qig-back-03-06-0758807_13.pdf
Info
Ideal for everyday use, graphic design and gaming. Insert the batteries into the
mouse paying close attention to
proper polarities.
Turn the mouse on using the
power switch located
underneath the mouse.
Turn your PC on. Connect the USB connector of the
RF receiver into an available USB
port on your PC.
Install the software CD.
Your new mouse is now ready for use.

IF YOUR MOUSE DOES NOT WORK
AUTOMATICALLY:
Press the connect button on the receiver
Then, press the connect button
underneath the mouse
Company
Micro Innovations
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Micro Innovations PD7260LSR Wireless Laser Mouse
Description
Quick Installation Guide 2
Operating Systems
Quick Installation Guide 2
Size Driver
80Kb
File Name
pd7260lsr-qig-front-03-06-0758835_85.pdf
Info
Ideal for everyday use, graphic design and gaming. Wireless Laser Mouse (PD7260LSR)
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Wireless Laser Mouse.
The Wireless Laser Mouse is compatible with IBMฎ and compatible PCs with an available USB port.
It is supported by Windowsฎ 98SE, Me, 2000, XP, Vista™.
Package Contents
• Wireless Laser Mouse
• RF Receiver (USB)
• Installation CD
• 2 AAA Batteries
• Quick Installation Guide
• User’s Manual
• Warranty Information
Company
Micro Innovations
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
Micro Innovations PD7260LSR Wireless Laser Mouse
Description
Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 2000-XP-Vista
Size Driver
532Kb
File Name
pd7260lsr47104_88.exe
Info
Ideal for everyday use, graphic design and gaming. [Version]
Signature="$CHICAGO$"
Class=Mouse
Provider=%Provider%
ClassGUID={4D36E96F-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
;CatalogFile=whmice.cat
DriverVer=11/30/2001, 3.11.0.008

[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir = 11 ; LDID_SYS

[SourceDisksNames]
1100=%SerMouDisk%,,1

[SourceDisksFiles]
whmice.vxd=1100

[Manufacturer]
%Mfg%=MS

; Manufacturer Sections
; ----------------------------------------
[MS]
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*PNP0F13
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*CPQA0D8 ; Cpq PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*PNP0F1C ; Cpq PS/2 trackball
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*PNP0F0E ; Std PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*PNP0F03 ; MS PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*PNP0F0B ; MS PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*PNP0F12 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E01 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E02 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E03 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E05 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E06 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E07 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E08 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E09 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E0A ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E0B ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E11 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E12 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E13 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E32 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E33 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E48 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E49 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E4A ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E4B ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E50 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E51 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E60 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*LGI8E61 ; Logi PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*PNP0F13_Logi ; Logi PnP BIOS PS/2 mouse
%PS2.Desc%=PS2,*TOS7400 ; Toshiba Integrated

; Install sections
; ----------------------------------------
[PS2]
LogConfig=PS2.Config
DelReg=Prev.DelReg
AddReg=PS2.AddReg
CopyFiles=PS2.Copy

[Prev.DelReg]
HKR,,DevLoader
HKR,,MouseDriver

[PS2.AddReg]
HKR,,DevLoader,,*vmouse
HKR,,MouseDriver,,whmice.vxd
HKR,,MouseType,,"PS2"
HKR,,NoSetupUI,,1
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