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If you have XP (Green start button in left corner) you may want to try System restore. Its under Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore. Once you have selected that you will want to choose "Restore My Computer to an earlier time" then choose next. On the next screen you will see a calendar with bold dates. Those are the days that have restore info available. There should be one that list the Logitec driver update, Just click that entry on the right and choose next. After confirming that you have slected the correct date, choose Next again.
This will cause your system to restart and then your system should work as it did before you installed the update.
According to Microsoft, this procedure wont cause any data loss.
Since your mouse isnt work you will need to use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl - Esc to bring up start menu. (Hold Ctrl and tap Esc key) Once the menu opens, you can you the keyboard arrows to select the menu options above. Then use Enter or Space bar to choose System Restore, Once there you can tab to the options and space to select options.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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