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USB Mouse auto installed driver, disable?

post #1 of 5
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I've having a problem with my Logitech G5. After reinstalling Vista my mouse has mouse acceleration even though it is disabled in mouse>properties.

I am 100% sure it is the default mouse drivers installed by vista. However I do not know how to disable it from being installed when I plug the mouse in. If I can disable the auto-install, I can use a PS/2 mouse to install Logitech's driver and then plug back in my G5.

How can I disable auto driver installation for USB mice (or a different solution)?
post #2 of 5
Install setpoint instead. It's Logitech's mouse drivers/program and should override what windows does.
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1x 400GB Seagate 7200rpm/16mb cache Some super combo drive Windows XP Home/Ubuntu NEC MultiSync LCD1970GX 
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post #3 of 5
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Should. But doesn't.

Well I'm trying to get Setpoint to work properly, it has this weird mouse accel from Windows' driver. I know it's the default driver because if I uninstall all mouse drivers and reboot the mouse acts normally at the logon screen but as soon as I sign in to my desktop windows will add it's driver and then thats where I'm at.
post #4 of 5
Are you sure you told setpoint not to use the native OS settings? I have a box for that unchecked. Aside from that, i don't know what hidden mouse drivers windows has.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E6600 44G 3.240GHz Asus P5B-deluxe eVGA 8800GT (650/950) 2GB PQIturbomem 667(800mhzballistix soon) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1x 400GB Seagate 7200rpm/16mb cache Some super combo drive Windows XP Home/Ubuntu NEC MultiSync LCD1970GX 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech cordless 610w PCP&C silencer TTArmor w/side fan G7 
Mouse Pad
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E6600 44G 3.240GHz Asus P5B-deluxe eVGA 8800GT (650/950) 2GB PQIturbomem 667(800mhzballistix soon) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1x 400GB Seagate 7200rpm/16mb cache Some super combo drive Windows XP Home/Ubuntu NEC MultiSync LCD1970GX 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech cordless 610w PCP&C silencer TTArmor w/side fan G7 
Mouse Pad
Black IcematII 
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post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 
Yes I made sure I had Setpoint controlling acceleration and whatnot but it's still an issue. I've probably tried everything I could and couldn't think of in the last 2 weeks, how frustrating .
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