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Mouse problems in Virtual PC


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In Virtual PC, when I try to use the scroll wheel button, it just functions like the left mouse button. If I roll it up or down, it scrolls fine, but the button doesn't work. And it's doing it with two different mouses. I'm using Windows 2000, with Virtual PC 7.1, in OS X 10.4.1, and on a G5. It didn't have this problem in VPC 6, but for some reason 6 doesn't work on the G5's. Anyway, I looked on Google, and it seems that removing the Logitech MouseWare software from the host computer fixes the problem, but although I am using a Logitech mouse, there is no MouseWare software on my Mac or in Windows that I am aware of or could find. So anyway how do I get it to work right?
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