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Slow scrolling HELP!!!  I just purchased a new LX7 mouse and it scrolls like a slug!  It takes twenty spins of the wheel to move two inches- painfully slow.  Any ideas or suggestions.  I can't figure out how to access the downloaded software to see if any adjustments can be made with settings, etc.  If you have any insight i'd appreciate it!

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Im sure you mouse is under warranty, have it replace with a new unit

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