amdark

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i just bought a mx310 logitech mouse but i cant get the driver to install because it says it dosent support my OS. is there anyway to install it?
 
Are you running a 32Bit OS?

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A driver is not an application.

Since that's hardware, you need 64 bit drivers to run it on a 64 bit OS.

Mike.

PS: I notice a little confusion here: Ned asked if you had a 32bit OS, and you said Yes, but you run Windows XP 64-bit...

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Or just use Windows' driver... I haven't found a need to install the Logi driver yet.

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Logi driver adds support for profiles and stuff.

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amdark

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o ok yeah i c what u are saying the drivers have to be in 64-bit because they are not applications but hardware. well in that case yes 64-bit is what im running. i mean the mouse works and is running off the windows driver but i dont have full function like page scrolling and toogle of windows button. just thought i would ask cuz i paid 30$ for the mouse and with out the driver its like a 10$ run of the mill optical.

i went to logitech but they dont have a 64-bit drivers. right now they only have like joystick control panels and such in 64-bit.
 

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If you look to the right hand side there windows 64. I know this for My logitech 500 dont have 64 bit drivers. So I had to buy the same keyboard mouse setup as you.

All Logitech mice and keyboards will have basic functionality and will work with Win x64 native drivers.

I have a MX500 mouse, and all buttons work in Win x64.

However, the Logitech Q&As say that "if you would like to have access to the aditional functionality of the devices, at this point there are a limited amount of devices that are supported with SetPoint 2.40. A newer version of SetPoint will be available shortly that will support all of the current devices."

The latest version of Setpoint is 2.47 for Win x64. I haven't tried it, so don't know it works.
 

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