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Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center 2.1.177


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<img src="http://www.nsanedown.com/images/logos/mouseandkeyboardcenter.png" class="logo" align="right" alt="Mouse and Keyboard Center" title="Mouse and Keyboard Center" />Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center, formerly IntelliPoint and IntelliType Pro, helps you personalize and customize how you work on your PC. Tailor your mouse and keyboard to meet your unique needs and work style. Modify your mouse and keyboard settings to make it easier to use the unique features of most PC apps. Supported operating systems: Windows 7, Windows 8. Some older Microsoft devices are no longer supported in Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center; however they are still supported by the IntelliPoint 8.2 / IntelliType Pro 8.2 software

Thanks to <span style="color: red;">thylacine</span> for the update.

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I have ARC Keyboard and Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000, all two come with the 'same' MS USB Dual Nano Wireless receiver.

Which mouse is compatible to this so called DUAL Receiver so that mouse and keyboard need only one dual receiver connected and save a USB port?

On another place I did read that the HID-compliant mouse which I have should with the receiver work but it does not so the word Dual Receiver makes no logical sence. The dual nano receiver from mouse and keyboard looks 100% the same.

Are there any developer tools or hidden settings out to program the receiver channels etc....?

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Some older Microsoft devices are no longer supported in Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center; however they are still supported by the IntelliPoint 8.2 / IntelliType Pro 8.2 software.

Thank you for this information...

Seems like time to stop updating for the trusty old Intellimouse Explorer 3.0 on my partner's computer then, still going strong since the Jurassic Era even with no added drivers at all on Windows 7.

For everybody's information IntelliPoint 8.2 is not just for XP even in 64-bit, but also for Vista and Win 7, probably for Windows 8 too and other forthcoming M$ 6.x OS if you need it (not tested)...

http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/details.aspx?id=26950http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/details.aspx?id=26949

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Know what? I just received this update anyhow via Windows Update and IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 is still fully supported...

Just for the record in a dead thread!

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I have ARC Keyboard and Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000, all two come with the 'same' MS USB Dual Nano Wireless receiver.

Which mouse is compatible to this so called DUAL Receiver so that mouse and keyboard need only one dual receiver connected and save a USB port?

On another place I did read that the HID-compliant mouse which I have should with the receiver work but it does not so the word Dual Receiver makes no logical sence. The dual nano receiver from mouse and keyboard looks 100% the same.

Are there any developer tools or hidden settings out to program the receiver channels etc....?

Hi mate: for enable HID functions, you need active his service, go to Start - Run and type Services.msc, and click to enter, you will see the Services window open, then you will search: "Human Interface Device Access", in there select and click to "Properties", the new window look in "Startup type:" here select Automatic, ok, now in "Services status:" click on "Start" button. Apply and OK, and you will have HID options of your keyboard, full enabled.

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