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Old 07-17-2007, 08:31 AM
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Originally Posted by mhookem View Post
Hello Kloppstock, try uninstalling the mouse completely, re-boot your PC and run through the hardware detection process.

You could also try using the original drivers first and see if it works, if not do the same thing again but use the latest drivers.

Run a disk check, and a virus/spyware scan in safe mode, and think about when the problem started and wether there were any recent changes that you made to your PC prior to when the problem began.

What type of connection has the mouse got i.e. ps/2, usb, serial?


How interesting, its was a wrong driver who whas the problem...probably it was for wrong logitech version i hade installed, found another driver..who oviosly whas the latest..and no problem seens

thanks for the advices thath ledd to this

Regards Martin

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