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Driver for Microsoft Microsoft Hardware USB Mouse - downloading and installing it


Microsoft Hardware USB Mouse is a USB human interface device class hardware device. The developer of this driver was Microsoft. The hardware id of this driver is USB/Vid_045E&Pid_009E&Mi_01; this string has to match your hardware.

1. Install Microsoft Microsoft Hardware USB Mouse driver manually


  1. You can download from the link below the driver setup file for the Microsoft Microsoft Hardware USB Mouse driver. The archive contains version 8.20.409.0 released on 2011-05-18 of the driver.
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  3. Start the driver installer file from a user account with the highest privileges (rights). If your UAC (User Access Control) is running please accept of the driver and run the setup with administrative rights.
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  5. Follow the driver setup wizard, which will guide you; it should be quite easy to follow. The driver setup wizard will analyze your PC and will install the right driver.
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  7. When the operation finishes restart your PC in order to use the updated driver. It is as simple as that to install a Windows driver!
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This driver is digitally signed by the manufacturer.
Driver file size: 190708 bytes (186.24 KB)
Driver rating 4.3 stars out of 99761 votes.
This driver is fully compatible with the following versions of Windows:

  • This driver works on Windows Vista (6.0) 64 bits



2. Using DriverMax to install Microsoft Microsoft Hardware USB Mouse driver


The most important advantage of using DriverMax is that it will setup the driver for you in just a few seconds and it will keep each driver up to date, not just this one. How can you install a driver using DriverMax? Let's take a look!

  1. Open DriverMax and click on the yellow button that says ~SCAN FOR DRIVER UPDATES NOW~. Wait for DriverMax to scan and analyze each driver on your PC.
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  3. Take a look at the list of driver updates. Search the list until you find the Microsoft Microsoft Hardware USB Mouse driver. Click the Update button.
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  5. That's it, you installed your first driver!
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