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Scroll with inertia keeps turning off in Lion

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Every time I reboot my MBP, I seem to lose the inertia scrolling on my trackpad. When I check the Universal Access trackpad setting, the "with inertia" is checked, but it won't be applied until I switch to "without inertia," then switch back to "with." This does the job, but can be quite irritating and bothersome to do every time I reboot. Does anyone know a solution to this?
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