N/APosted on - 08/19/2012
I recently purchased a global agenda mouse, and since then I’ve faced lag and other problems. I was wondering if someone else encountered a global agenda mouse issue? Any kind of help would be appreciated.
Please help with global agenda mouse issue resolving?
You need to know that it would not be possible to switch the original Mac mouse if connected to the USB port to the virtual machine as USB mouse or having some intermediate driver which allows to have the mouse fast switched between both the Mac and Windows in that USB mode. You can use second mouse and plug it into a USB Port.
Then enable that Mouse using the USB Devices Menu of Parallels 7. Windows will install driver software for the new mouse detected. After this you have 2 working mouse in Windows. And the USB connected one seems to just work as expected for mouselook and scrollwheel functions!
I hope you understand it.