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Master Geek

# 58339 9-Mar-2010 20:09
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I have been giving a Logitech wireless keyboard & mouse set. It was working great, until I installed Logitech's setpoint. Now the buttons on the mouse don't react when they should, and I have to click several times before it does anything.

I plugged it into another system without the software, and it worked fine again. The battery levels are very good in the mouse.

Any ideas?


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Ultimate Geek
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  # 305787 9-Mar-2010 21:04
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Have you configured the software?

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Master Geek

  # 305789 9-Mar-2010 21:13
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Yes, even default settings it plays up.


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  # 305791 9-Mar-2010 21:21
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Is the software supported by your operating system?

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Master Geek

  # 305793 9-Mar-2010 21:26
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Yes, I downloaded the Vista/Win7 64bit version.

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  # 305805 9-Mar-2010 22:54
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sorry the obvious question, if it works without the software, why are you still using it?

I use my logitech mx1100 without setpoint just fine.

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