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Swann USB optical mouse

I have this super little mouse for my laptop, it works fine except that if I set the wheel to scroll, say 6 lines in control panel.
It works until I shutdown and re-start, then reverts back to 1 line.

Is there a reason why I have to set it each time I start, surely the setting should be remembered?

I do not have the original drivers and the Swann website nor the many driver sites lists any drivers.

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did you install this :


you can also contact them by mail, with your problem :   mailto:tech@swann.com.au

and did you test if it behaves the same on another PC?
finally, the mouse can be bad also
MuskettAuthor Commented:
Hi thanks for your reply.
I did not install the software as it is not for my mouse. However, I tried it and it sorta partially works.
The scroll functions and remains after re-boot on Office apps but in file manager or a browser it stil needs to be set each time I re-boot.
MuskettAuthor Commented:
I had been waiting for further expert input.
I have uninstalled all mouse and touchpad drivers / software and let windows install its own software / drivers.
Now they both coexist and the wheel settings are saved.
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MuskettAuthor Commented:
I would close but I get a page (404) not found error on http://www-new.experts-exchange.com/Other/Community_Support/

so I cannot ask there to close it.
Can you please give me the correct link to close a self answered q?
try the old site
Closed, 125 points refunded.
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