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generic Mouse drivers, yes I'm still using nt 4.0

generic Mouse drivers, yes I'm still using nt 4.0

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I've found a patch that will allow me to use USB devices on a NT 4.0 server.  works great.

Does any know where I can get a set of generic USB mouse drivers? Or how to fix the following Problem:

I'm using a Razer Lachesis gaming mouse that the NT 4.0 server does not recognize, the NT 4.0 box will recognize any other USB Mouse that I have.

so why not use another mouse?
I have a four port KVM that I use to control, three gaming systems ( which I need the gaming mouse) and the NT 4.0 box.

The KVM is not the problem, if I used another USB mouse in the KVM the NT server will recognize that mouse,  only the Razer mouse is not recognized

Workaround:
I've plugged a second USB mouse into one of the USB port in the NT server along side of the USB KVM.  This works fine, but now I have two mice.

TIA
 

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