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Mouse wheel is inverted

Have a problem with my new VX Revolution. The wheel is inverted. If I scroll up the page goes down, have tried the mouse on two different computers.. Anyone can help me to solve this problem.

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  • morgan_k Mar 01, 2009

    Sorry but it is no such options in the control panel for mouse wheel. Not in logitechs program Setpoint either.. But tanx for your time.

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If you are using Windows go into conrol panel and click on mouse. it will show you the options to change the buttons..

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