Packard Bell Mouse Driver Help

  Viv-208691 14:07 19 Sep 2005
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Hi there, I have just bought a Packard Bell Cordless 3 Button Mouse (PB-WB1) for my laptop. It came supplied with a floppy disk but I have no drive! I can't find the driver on the net anywhere but am not very experienced at finding them (I've looked on the Packard Bell site plus a few others). Could someone please assist me in finding the correct driver.

Thankyou

(Running XP Prof)

  Hamish 14:25 19 Sep 2005

Look at this
click here

The floppy should not be required

  BH34 14:26 19 Sep 2005

will this help click here

  dagbladet 14:26 19 Sep 2005

any good here?

click here

  Viv-208691 14:34 19 Sep 2005

No, neither of those download sites were any good. Thanks though.

I do need the driver.

Please assist me further.

  recap 14:37 19 Sep 2005

If you click here you may find the driver you require?

  Hamish 14:40 19 Sep 2005

If you really need a driver could you not asked a friend who has a floppy drive to copy your floppy onto a cd or even ask the shop from whom you bought the mouse to copy it

  Viv-208691 14:43 19 Sep 2005

Ah, good thinking. I will do that unless it can be found online. Thanks for your help.

  Viv-208691 21:17 20 Sep 2005

I appologise, the floppy was not needed. I needed to restart my PC which I did not realise. The mouse then sprung into action!

I appologise for my ignorance.

Kind regards, F.T.

  Hamish 21:34 20 Sep 2005

Thanks for posting back and i am pleased that it is sorted out. H,

  VoG II 21:36 20 Sep 2005

You've had a bad experience but that's no reason to knock either company.

I had a Packard Bell and it worked faultlessly (apart from my meddling) for the 2-3 years that I had it. Since sold-on and as far as I know it is still going strong, if slowly (P133).

I have bought loads from PC World and have never had a problem - or I should say that any hardware or software that did not work was refunded without many questions. I've not bought a PC from them though.

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