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Have had no problems with wireless mouse on IE, Firefox, or AOL until this weekend and the back button quit working with AOL. Had earlier removed Windows Search from taskbar, but mouse still works with IE and Firefox. Have downloaded new Setpoint drivers and and contacted Logitech who said it's an AOL problem. So I'm hoping to get advice from the experts here.
This has been a long time problem with Logitech and Aol. If your mouse software allows you to edit your mouse buttons, change the back button to "keystroke" and enter the back arrow key on your keyboard as the command. Alt left arrow also works. While you don't appear to have a forward button, Aol users who do, would change it to "keystroke"...Alt right arrow.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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