Posted 18 January 2008 - 07:29 AM
The Intellipoint software should have installed a new entry into your startups. In order to restore it (if this is not the case) you'll have to locate the executable file for the software and make a shortcut to in in your Startups (or add an entry to it in the Registry).
Navigate (in Windows Explorer) to the Program Files directory and start looking for Microsoft and Intellipoint. Once you locate that, in the Intellipoint directory you'll have to locate which of the files ending in .exe that starts up the device (try double clicking on them until one shows up in the system tray (Notification Area) by the clock.
Once that's done, drag the icon to your Startup folder, hold down the Alt key (and you'll see the shortcut arrow), then release it into the Startup folder (while continuing to hold the Alt key).
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