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I have an unexpected problem. Yesterday I installed MX Revolution Mouse. Eveything was fine until I attempted to replace blank entries in MS Access Database fields. The progam keeps informing me that the null entries could not be found. I have been regularly using the replace option and until now have had no problems. The problem has only occured since I installed MX Revolution software. The problem I have must be connected to the installation of the mouse software. I would welcome your advice

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  • LyndonB May 08, 2008

    The problem must be within the Logitech mouse software.

    I un-installed the Logitech software & reconnected my original mouse.

    Using the old mouse I had no problem replacing Null entries in my Access database.

    I the re-installed Revolution mouse software and the original problem re-occured.

    I would welome your further comments

    Incidently, in my original mail, I did not mention that once I haf installed the Logitech software I am unable to replace Null entries using my old mouse. This problem still exists after re-installing Logitech.

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LIFO - Last In, First Out

First uninstall the software and reboot. Does it work now? If it does, it is definitely the software. If it still doesn't work, then it's not the software. Then post your findings and we'll go from there.

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