Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
I purchased a LX 7 Cordless Logitech mouse August, 2008. I set the scroll wheel to Auto Scroll and something happens while moving about in the IE7...the auto scroll quits. All other features work ok. I have to shut down my computer, reboot and the auto scroll returns. Please help me correct this problem without shutting down. Thanks, Robert Argo
ps: I checked for updated drivers and it said mine was upto date.
Would you be willing to try this solution although it alone may not immediately solve your problem?
Once you attempt this and let me know what results you have, I can then move to the next most likely place to examine.
You see, the problem is that the "properties" values for a scroll wheel are set in several different areas of Windows. Therefore, it would potentially be necessary to do down the list of them one at a time until the problem is discovered. OK?
First then, go into Control Panel, in this area is Internet Options (this applies to Internet Explorer an not Firefox, Safari or Chrome), go to Advanced Properties for Internet Explorer and you should find a check box for smooth scrolling. Un check that box and then reboot Windows.
Let me know if the problem repeats itself in the same amount of time or not. Once I have that info I can take you to the next option to troubleshoot. Be aware that this may take quite a while. I've been through this with my Logitech Mouse and I came down to having to remove and reinsert the USB cable time and time again.
So let me know your results.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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