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Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Mouse -> and look for the settings under the tabs. your mouse driver might be the last tab and it should be in there
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Posted on Dec 24, 2008
I accidentally disabled the driver from starting automatically when the computer boots. When I went to Mouse from control panel it asked me if I wanted to install the drivers, which I did. When I rebooted the scroll area worked again.
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