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iTouch Problem

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I am running a Win 2000 ME system. I have the Logitech wireless mouse/keyboard set up with it. I have never had any problems. About a month ago when I turn on my computer, all of the sudden the "Mouse Properties" screen appears and I have to click out of it before I can proceed to use my computer. It has never done this before and unless Logitech has automatically downloaded an update or something, nothing has changed. How do I get this to stop appearing when I boot up?
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When the screen appears, change anything then change it back and click apply then see if it still shows up, if it does, remove and re-install the software


Probably as well to install the keyboard software as well

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