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Logitech Setpoint mouse driver


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Petrarca

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I've downloaded the newest Logitech Setpoint mouse driver (4.40 from January), Vista x64, for my MX1000 to install on Windows 2008 x64.
The install seemed to work fine, without problems. However, when I open the Setpoint Settings dialog, there's just the "Tools" tab which only has infos about the installed version, but there's no "My mouse" page where you can set up the mouse buttons, pointer speed etc. :blink:
As such, I can't make any settings, so it's no bit better than without the driver installed :no:
I've already tried rebooting, but still no settings tab.

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Any ideas what's up there? I'd guess it's because the driver isn't compatible with Vista SP1, since the driver came out before it.

Edited by Petrarca, 17 May 2008 - 12:38 PM.

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Tried Setpoint 4.60 today (just released), still the same problem :angry:

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4 Text lines here, not 4 text pages.

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