That site looks handy, but in my case it's no help.
For one thing, it listed a company whose website offers no mouse drivers, or any mention of mouse drivers.
But also, when I plug the wireless mouse into my girlfriend's laptop Windows does locate a driver for it - Windows assigns it the standard HDI-compliant mouse driver.
I can't see that there's a way to point to a specific driver file, but I have navigated to the driver using the "Let me select from a list..." option. I chose "Mice and other pointing devices / Microsoft / HDI-complaint mouse". Here's what I then get: TechSmith | Screencast.com, online video sharing, 2011-01-30_1728
I've also pointed Windows to the parent folder for the driver it should be using (according to the other laptop) and asked it scan for the necessary driver. Windows doesn't select the driver - it says that a driver cannot be found (though I can see it in Explorer).
Is there a way to point a device to a specific driver file? The closest option is to point it to a folder to browse by itself, but like I explained, Windows doesn't locate the driver this way.