Accessories and Documentation
Under the plastic trays you will find this booklet that is described as the Genius X-G510 multi-lingual user manual. Since they tended to cover so many languages, the information given in each is quite short and to the point.
The English version shows what I mean. Mouse instructions, turn off PC, plug in the mouse, and boot the PC. It also states this won't work on glass or mirror. For the software, drop in the disc and follow the onscreen instructions. They do cover the default button assignment, and just touch on the software side of programming at the bottom.
Unlike many companies that send you with a website address to obtain the software for their device, Genius is still sending out a driver disc, so you don't need an internet connection to obtain them.
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