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I have had some computer freezing problems (see earlier post) usually related to scrolling with the mouse. I have a Logitech wireless mouse and keyboard. As part of the troubleshooting process, I removed Logitech Setpoint software and updated drivers and reverted to the original Logitech driver that Windows asked for during the Found New Hardware process. Now, I can set the mouse speed and click Apply in Control panel, but whenever the computer reboots, the mouse speed control reverts back to mid-speed (default). I guess I could re-install Setpoint as the removal does not seem to have resolved the freezing problem.

Any suggestions would be helpful!

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