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Mouse motion pointer speed does not save settings after restarting the machine.

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I got a Windows Vista Home Premium 64 bit, everytime I change the Mouse motion pointer speed, and after restarting the machine, it goes back to the default speed. Mouse motion pointer speed does not save settings after restarting the machine.
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If you are using a mouse that includes it's own software like logitech setpoint, you must set the mouse properties thru the software, not thru windows. Microsoft mice have similar software
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Hi joamnesia, my mouse if HP
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my mouse is an HP PS/2 mouse
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Thanks, the solution works
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