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I got the Windows 10 Insider preview build and it seems i can't really use the bash.

Uninstalling, and installing an older driver for Windows 8.1 from the HP site (my machine is HP Elite Book 8570w) restores the middle button functionality.

Few days later, the driver updates itself again, and I lose the middle-button.

I realize I'm running unsupported software, but is it possible to prevent updating this particular driver, without either disabling updates altogether or preventing other drivers from updating? In Windows 10 preview they force automatic updates on you, and since build 10049 there's no way to restore the "old" Windows Update applet in Control Panel.