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Each time I open my labtop the settings for the mouse (or touchepad) returns to default. The synaptic program is up to date and also the vista.
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Which settings return to default?  And what do you mean by "default"?  I don't see any button, check mark, etc. in my Mouse Properties of Control Panel that are labeled "default"...
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It is the pointer speed and the option:enhance pointer position. Every time the computer opens the cursor return in the middle and the enhance pointer option is unchecked.
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The problem is solved: it was the logitech set point program that was badly uninstalled and was starting on opening.
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I am sorry, I realize that I did not present the problem with enough details. My conputer is a Acer (Aspire 5610) with Vista home premium edition ( notebook) and with a touch pad(the program for it ,is Synaptics). I installed a wireless mouse that was part of a kit with a keyboard: Di Novoo(I installed just the mouse). The program for the mouse was SetPoint 2.20a.I uninstalled the program but it stayed in the startup...that was the problem.
Is it possible to install a mouse with the touchpad without problem? Wich one?
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So you are deciding to reopen the question?

I have a Dell laptop that came with a touchpad, and I've found I dislike touchpads, so I installed a USB mouse and disabled the touchpad in the Mouse section of Control Panel; it works perfectly fine that way.

I once tried to install a wireless mouse with that laptop, but was unsuccessful. so I stuck with the USB mouse.
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