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Old 16th July 2008, 08:58   #41
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Thanks for the reply

Yes it's a microsoft mouse, this is what's causing the whole problem.

The fix mentioned in here uses those latest drivers but once you install the actual software (intellipoint) to enable the extra options for your mouse then it stuffs up.

Just the driver alone is fine, but that means you can't use the extra features of the mouse, so you then install the intellipoint software, which in turn causes the scrolling error.

So it pretty much means it's the actual IntelliMouse software that is causing the problem and not the driver, but the driver on it's own adds nothing over just having you rmouse be "HID pointing device", except the microsoft driver actually correctly names your mouse model.

Any further help appreciated.
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