Intellitype/Point


G

Guest

The weirdest thing happened. I installed Vista Beta 2. It works great. All my
drivers work great too, sound printer etc.
However I can't get my MICROSOFT keyboard and mouse to be functional since
there is no intellitype/point for vista not even a beta version.

How are we supposed to test a product when the manufacturer doesn't support
or provide updates for hi/her own hardware.

MICROSOFT!!! WAKE UP!! GOOGLE WOULD NEVER BLUNDER LIKE THIS.

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G

Guest

my microsoft keyboard and mouse work fine without intellipoint or
intellitype, on Windows 2000, XP, and Vista.
 
G

Guest

Sure, my keyboard and mouse "work", however I'd like my middle mouse button
to work, as well as all the nice buttons on my wireless natural multimedia
keyboard... Someone mentioned the 5.2 versions worked for them, but I haven't
tried them - what's the status of the 6.0 Universal versions being released?
All I see is mention of macs.
 
G

Guest

Sure, the keyboard and mouse "works", but I think I'd like my middle mouse
button and the other function buttons on my wireless natural keyboard to
work, which does require intellipoint and intellitype. What's the status of
the 6.0 Universal versions bantered around on the site? All I see is
downloads for the mac?
 
R

Roger

Same here, mouse & keyboard works, but no special features, which is why I
bought them.
 
G

Guest

I agree...this is their hardware and software...I didn't buy a wireless mouse
with ll the buttons so I could use it like any generic mouse.
 
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J

Jim Clements

I thought the same thing, it's stupid for MICROSOFT to not have a beta
intellipoint/intellitype program READY for this Vista beta... Seems like the
right arm/left arm thing yet again at MS
 
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C

Christopher L. Estep

Jim Clements said:
I thought the same thing, it's stupid for MICROSOFT to not have a beta
intellipoint/intellitype program READY for this Vista beta... Seems like
the right arm/left arm thing yet again at MS

And if Microsoft did have drivers/software ready, you would be jumping on
the company for supposedly having some sort of *advantage* over other
hardware vendors (or even accuse them of back-dooring the code to their
peripheral group).

Microsoft simply *cannot* win in the eyes of some folks.

Christopher L. Estep
 

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