Windows 10: Mouse Wheel Not Working

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  1.    05 Mar 2016 #21

    The new one wasn't there. Also, on the old mouse I clicked uninstall, removed the unifying receiver, plugged it back in, and the old one came back. How weird is that?
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       05 Mar 2016 #22

    Masterofcards said: View Post
    The new one wasn't there. Also, on the old mouse I clicked uninstall, removed the unifying receiver, plugged it back in, and the old one came back. How weird is that?
    WoW !!! Now you got me where I don't know what this problem is?? Seeing how this is a new mouse thou You can call Logitech Monday, and get tech support for FREE. That's the only thing I can think of right now. They should be able to solve this silly problem. Sorry I can't think of anything else. Mike...
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