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anthony detgen

6 button mouse

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I got a cheap mouse that has 6 buttons and I couldnt find a manufacture or any software for it. The 6th mouse button defaults to "Win+D". I know this because I have tried to use programs like X-mouse and Hydro mouse to change what it does. If I am on the desktop or anything other programs and I press it, It will open windows start. If i am typing and press it, it will type "d". Does anyone know a program that I can change that to something else? Or a way to turn off windows start menu?

  

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2 minutes ago, anthony detgen said:

So I got a cheap mouse that has 6 buttons and I couldnt find a manufacture or any software for it. The 6th mouse button defaults to "Win+D". I know this because I have tried to use programs like X-mouse and Hydro mouse to change what it does. If I am on the desktop or anything other programs and I press it, It will open windows start. If i am typing and press it, it will type "d". Does anyone know a program that I can change that to something else? Or a way to turn off windows start menu?

  

I had a cheap 6 button mouse at one point. There was no software for it online, but it did come with a disc. I'd check to make sure it didn't come with a disc, if it didn't then you should return it and get a mouse with actual support


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