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The Kensington Expert Mouse is shipped with a Setup program that installs a Kensington Mouse driver (EXMOUSE.DRV) and a virtual mouse device driver (EXVMD.386) for Windows.
The Kensington Setup program modifies the SYSTEM.INI file directly without the use of the Microsoft Windows Setup program. If the Kensington Mouse does not operate properly within Windows, these SYSTEM.INI file entries may require modification.
The Kensington Mouse Setup program places the following entries into the SYSTEM.INI file:
The Kensington Mouse Setup then copies the EXMOUSE.DRV and EXVMD.386 device files to the WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory.
If the Kensington Mouse does not work properly in Windows, these lines may require modification.
The following steps modify the Kensington Mouse installation and allow testing with the Windows mouse drivers:
If you are using a Kensington Expert Mouse and the above entries do not appear in the SYSTEM.INI file, run the Expert Mouse Setup program and specify the location of the Windows directory on the hard drive.
For additional information, contact Kensington technical support.
The Kensington product included here is manufactured by a vendor independent of Microsoft; we make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding this product's performance or reliability.