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    Just did a fresh install of 10.6....now my mouse is wonky
    So I just did a format and fresh install of snow leopard on my iMac, and now my mouse buttons don't work. I'm using a Marble Mouse, as I always have, and I can't get the left and right scroll buttons to work. The rest is fine, but it's a rotten pain to have to move to the scroll bar every time.


    What to do?


    Thanks.

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    Fresh install? Off the Install Disk i guess, have you run this as well. It might help.

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    Yep....done that.

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    Found the problem. Had to download Logitech's control center to assign button functions.

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