[pcductape] Re: Logitech Mouse

  • From: Scott McNay <wizard@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: Lisa Schnepf <pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 12 Dec 2004 13:26:43 -0600

Hi Lisa,

Sunday, December 12, 2004, 12:21:09 PM, you wrote:

LS> I re-installed the newest drivers again- the ones that don't
LS> include the webwheel. I noticed something. All of the older
LS> drivers that used to work only have 3 tabs under mouse properties.
LS> None of those tabs let you select a two button or four button
LS> mouse. They used to. There is no Device Setup option on any of the
LS> older drivers anymore. The newer driver has the Device Setup and
LS> more than three tabs under Mouse Properties. No webwheel, though.
LS> Oh well. When I first got the mouse a few years ago and installed
LS> the software, it showed a picture of my mouse. Now if I install
LS> the software it shows a two button mouse, with no place to change
LS> it to my mouse. Every other driver except 9.79 did the same thing.
LS> How can that be? Could they have done something so if you
LS> uninstall and reinstall the mouse the old drivers won't work
LS> anymore?

There are Windows policies to block specific tabs in various control
panel applets; did you use any tweak software before you started
looking at the mouse drivers?

-- 
Scott.


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