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Mouse, Time, and Screen saver problems on Windows from Bootcamp


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The wheel and additional buttons on the side of my Logitech Mx Laser mouse are not working on Vista. The screen saver does not automatically turn on and the time is different on Mac OS and Vista. What is wrong? I heard there is a new boot camp for Vista. Will that solve my problems?
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