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Intellipoint won't save settings


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PuffGussy36

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Microsoft Intellipoint won't save my settings after I reboot. I have a Logitech keyboard and am also running the SetPoint software for it. Could this be conflicting with the MS ware? Right now I have both my wireless Intellimouse (Explorer 2.0) and the wireless optical mouse that came with my keyboard in use at the same time.

I'm going to try updating the MS software (there is a newer version available). I'm running SetPoint version 3.1.116 which is not the newest version of SetPoint but was the last version to work without issues (the newer/newest versions are very buggy).

The Intellipoint settings that won't stick are related to the "pointer options" tab (i.e., pointer speed, enhanced pointer precision, etc.).

I haven't found any other posts or information on this issue. Thanks for your help.
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Wait. Stop. Never mind. When I tried to install/update the MS software, Windows informed me that the SetPoint software may conflict with it. I'm going to remove the batteries from the Logitech mouse and see if things return to normal.
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