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I have Windows XP SP3 installed on Mac OS X in Boot Camp. I am using a buttonless version of the hardware.

I go to Start > Control Panel > Boot Camp > Trackpad and select Tap to Click and Secondary Click. Everything works as it should until I reboot. After a reboot the settings have to be selected, applied, and ok'd again.

Anyone have any ideas on how to make the selections stick permanently?

Shawn.
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I would make sure to check you using latest bootcamp drivers or experiment with any beta.

http://images.apple.com/macosx/bootcamp/pdf/Boot_Camp_Beta_Setup_Guide_v1.4.pdf
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