N/APosted on - 11/23/2014
Hi, anyone here who is using Apple Magic mouse? I have bought one of the products recently. I was using another product from another company. I am using Windows 7 – 64bit. Right now I facing a problem that is- my Apple magic mouse isn't supporting windows 7 -64bit. Help me how to get it connected please.
Apple magic mouse isn’t supporting windows 7 – 64bit
First you have to grt the drivers according to your windows installation from below:
Boot Camp Software Update 3.1 for Windows 64 bit
Boot Camp Software Update 3.1 for Windows 32 bit
And after that:
After you installed 7zip and downloaded Bootcamp, just copy it to an empty folder. Right click on it -> 7zip -> Extract Here. From the extracted files, right click on BootCampUpdate32. msp (32 bit) or BootCampUpdate64. msp (64 bit) and again, extract the files using 7zip, only this time choose Extract to "BootCampUpdate". Double click on the newly created folder, you will see a bunch of files and two folders inside. Double click on the BootCamp31ToBootCamp303 folder and scroll down to the end where you will see some Binary. * files.
Yes, you’re right, those are the driver files from Apple and the file names are pretty self-explanatory So just right click on the Binary. MultiTouchMouse_Bin file, and extract the files using 7zip by clicking on the Extract to "Binary" option (you might want to change the folder name to something like MagicMouseDrivers, and keep a copy so you don’t have to do this process again if you ever format your hard drive).
Now go into the folder and double click the DPInst.exe executable.
Note: If you use a non-English version of Windows and get an error that your language is not supported, open the DPInst.xml file with a text editor and add the following text in line 5. Then save the file, and run DPInst.exe again