Mouse and keyboard Center does not detect MS Trackball Optical

When I plugged a Microsoft Trackball Optical on my laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate, it automatically downloaded and installed Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center - who said no. Device detected detected.

Awesome! A Microsoft program that cannot detect automatically detected Microsoft device that is on the list of devices supported. So amazing that I could just cry, laugh or both.

Strange thing however, on my desktop PC, also under Win 7 Ultimate, there nothing done except that work when I plugged an identical MS Trackball Optical.

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Hi GreggEshelman,

I suggest to install the keyboard and mouse last Center from the following link and check if it helps.

Mouse and keyboard Center 2.2 (formerly IntelliPoint IntelliType Pro)

http://www.Microsoft.com/en-in/Download/details.aspx?ID=39098

You can also refer to similar: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/microsoft-trackball-optical-not-recognized-by/e0a2d4d2-243f-4adb-8596-6f2318f7d09a

Let us know the status of the issue. If you need help, please after return. We will be happy to help you.

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