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Where can I check my mouse driver? Because I went to control panel >> mouse >> hardware and went to see but that there is nothing there, even though my mouse is plugged in. (PS/2)

I uninstalled my old driver and replaced it with Genius Netscroll Eye Optical driver because my mouse has been screwing up and that's what I think my mouse needs to move but failed, it's still not working.

It doesn't seem to work though, plus, I couldn't see any information about my mouse driver.

Can someone point out to me where else I can view the hadrware information? Or is it totally gone?
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(sorry for bumping, I am having a hard time going to the edit button and never mind it... Mind this next question and hopefully someone can answer me.)

Can someone tell me about Microsoft Intellipoint Mouse drive? I mean, is this recommended and does this work on all mice?
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