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  • ramviking Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    Thank you, now I can use my mouse in bootcamp
  • Michiel Nieuwenhuijse Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    @al loper

    You saved my day pall/___sbsstatic___/migration-images/migration-img-not-avail.png/___sbsstatic_ __/migration-images/migration-img-not-avail.png For weeks I was looking for a solution and your method works FINE

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  • Henry HR Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    I am running Windows 7 Ultimate on a Lenovo Thinkpad.

    I was able to install the Magic Mouse using the Microsoft bluetooth drivers.

    I, however, can not get the scrolling functionality to work.

    I have search for the Apple 32 bit bluetooth drivers for windows with little success. I did find the following driver - AppleBCUpdate.exe- however when I try to install it I get an error stating that "this update is not intended for this computer".. I believe this is a driver for Apple BootCamp.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Note: I did not have a "Generic Bluetooth" driver under my bluetooth radio in Device Manager.

    Any assistance would be appreciated.

  • Barry Bright Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    just get a bluetooth adapter, my magic mouse works fine. it's like $6.99 at best buy right now.
  • MrIanRocks Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    I followed the instructions, but I had to download the driver by going to Download-86084.html, then extracting it with 7-Zip. After that, it can be selected in the device driver window.
  • AvidAppleUser Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    This certainly helped!! Thanks a lot...
  • dirkg Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    I got mine to work fully by disabling the hidden (and non-functioning) intel 5 series/3400 series chipset family usb universal host controller - 3b36 and 3b3b drivers in device manager. Running Win7 Ent. x64 SP1

  • Sam_Lee Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    I'm having problem with my Magic mouse connecting to Windows 7 that is using latest Bootcamp 3.2. I'm using Macbook and another partition booting in Windows 7. I found my Magic Mouse keeps disconnecting after stop using for 20s.

    Finally I found this is not the issue with Magic Mouse. It's problem with Bluetooth driver of Windows 7. Please unchecked option "Allow computer to turn off this device to save power". You can find this settings in Bluetooth settings. I've been looking for this solutions for quite sometime and hope this can help anymore having same problem like me. Please take a look of the following posting: ore/
  • vovanatb Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I got it to work with BootCamp 3.2, but the only problem is horizontal scrolling works only in web browsers, in any other programs it doesn't work, and two finger swiping dont work at all, vertical scrolling works perfect everywhere, and tracking is good too, i wish horizontal scrolling would work everywhere

  • Sandro97 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Ok, just got mine to work. Essentially the instructions from the first post are correct but not complete. I'm using Windows 7 64 on a 24" 3.06.


    So, in Bluetooth devices, click properties on the mouse, then select Hardware tab.

         I have two items listed under device functions, one is Apple Wireless mouse, the other is HID compliant mouse. You'll notice under HID compliant mouse, under location it says "on Wireless Mouse". This is actually the trackpad portion of the mouse.


    Highlight HID compliant mouse and click properties, a new dialoge box will appear, in the lower left click "Change Settings".

         This will bring you to device manager dialogue of the HID compliant mouse.


    Click on Driver tab, Update Driver, Browse my local computer for driver software, Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer, uncheck show compatible hardware, look for Apple Inc., and install the Apple Trackpad Enabler.


    And that was it, no error on the driver install, everything works great. I hope this helps, and I'm sorry if this solution was posted already as I didn't read through all 6 pages of comments.


    Good luck.

  • ChuckE. Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks for your succinct step-by-step directions. It worked! But of course, no scrolling. I can't complain though. I guess the problem now rests with Apple.

  • JonBOY26 Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

    I've been trying to get my Magic Mouse to work with the Windows 7 64-bit install on my PC (it's not a bootcamp install on a mac).


    I can get the mouse to work with pointer, left click and right click, however I cannot get the scrolling to work. I've tried updating the driver manually to the Apple driver, however the driver is called 'Apple Mighty Mouse', not Magic mouse. 


    At this stage I'm thinking that my last resort is to get the drivers that were extracted from the bootcamp update. I've read a lot of articles talking about the drivers hwoever they all link to the uneasysilence website and the drivers are no longer available on the article.


    Anybody know another place I could get the driver from?

  • Bezraznizi Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)



    I found the unique drivers which made the magic mouse work completely under Windows 7 x64 with scroll option on my PC laptop Lenovo SL510

    Here is the link to the russian site post where the links and some instructions are posted.

    Here is the link to x64 driver and this is the x32 driver


    My magic mouse was successfully connected with windos 7, but the scroll didn't work.

    I downloaded the driver, unpack it, run the DPInst.exe.... it installed the driver and mouse was disconnected for a short while... then just became active with scroll, but litlle bit slow in movement. I went to Control Panel - Mouse and set the arrow move to my comfortable speed - and that's all.


    Good luck!

  • thomasfromwestminster Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    This is true...but an added bonus for visiting the site is the Microsoft Cloud storage commercial VMlimited.

  • nwmac Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks to Al Loper's well written explanation my Apple Magic Mouse in now working perfectly in the Windows 7 environment (boot camp - not partitioned  & not virtual) on a separate hard drive on a  Mac Pro/Intel Duo.


    Thanks Al

    Apple should hire you:)

    or at least say THANKS

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