RE: mouse settings
I had the same annoying problem. If you go into MSCONFIG, in STARTUP,
uncheck any third party mouse software. For me, I had to uncheck two
Logitech boxes. If it doesn't work the first time, go in and do it again.
I've heard that sometimes, it takes two attempts for it to save.
The problem is that the third party settings and windows settings conflict,
so it diverts to default. Hope this helps!!!
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> "avanrotciv" wrote:
> > hello, I'm having problems with my mouse/touch pad on my laptop, it seems
> > like windows forgets how I configured them last time I used, I have to set it
> > up (pointer speed, enhanced precision) every time I reboot my machine, any
> > clue? At first I thought I had something to do with my logitech wireless
> > mouse, but I have tried setting up just the touch pad, then reboot but
> > nothing, it just forgets the confuguration.
> > I'm running vista business on a HP DV9000