|26 Aug 2012||#13|
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Okay, problem solved. Once I discovered that Windows update didn't just update my driver but wiped my driver off completly and replaced with with some generic rubbish I went onto the Microsoft site and downloaded the latest driver for my mouse and installed it effectively overwriting the other stuff. Working as usual again. Thanks for all the help, but why of why does Windows have to do this stuff?
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