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scroll wheel & ie 5.5

I recently purchased a logitech mouseman optical cordless mouse.  Unlike my previous logitech cordless mouse, this one doesn't have a ball and uses a scroll wheel instead of a thumb button to get scrolling action in programs.
A while back (before this) I noticed that my "universal scroll" thumb button on my old cordless had stopped working in internet explorer, I thought this was just because the thumb button was not properly configured, and at the time I didn't really care.
Well now I have a scroll wheel and it's really nice - and it works in every program I have *EXCEPT* Internet Explorer (ver. 5.5) !!  Isn't that the whole point, for you to be able to scroll while surfing the internet!?  

Anyway, anybody know why this isn't working?

Thanks!
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ORon
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LeeTutorretiredCommented:
Do you have TweakUI installed in your Control Panel?  If so, double click on it, go to the Mouse tab, and make sure that there is a check mark in Use Mouse Wheel for Scrolling.
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ORonAuthor Commented:
nope, don't have tweakUI...
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NavidCommented:
If the drives for the mouse are installed correctly, it should work.. Have you installed drives for your mouse?
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ORonAuthor Commented:
yes, even tried re-installing the drivers.

I also just tried updating to IE 6.  Still same problem.

Can't figure it out...
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LeeTutorretiredCommented:
Here is a page at the Logitech site called Standard Diagnostics on Logitech? Pointing Devices Under Windows? 98

It has a great deal of useful info.  I think you might particularly take note of the debugging steps, and the registry cleanup steps.
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ORonAuthor Commented:
thanks...  the Logitech site has been down for a while, but I'll try again.

any other ideas?
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LeeTutorretiredCommented:
Whoops, somehow I neglected to include the url.  I had trouble getting to it myself, was finally successful:

http://www.logitech.com/cf/support/1225.cfm
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LeeTutorretiredCommented:
9 questions graded out of 16 asked.  The Logitech support site might have been a lead to the solution, but who knows?  If he doesn't come back to say it was, then I'd say delete it.
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ORonAuthor Commented:
sorry about this, I never did find a solution.  Logitech was horribly unhelpful.  I've just grown to live with it.

Anyway, I'll close down the discussion (forgot it was still open!)
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ORonAuthor Commented:
Although it didn't resolve the issue, it was probably the best step towards it.

Thanks for your help!
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