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I installed using the kalyway disk and the forward/back buttons arnt working.

I've installed USB Overdrive, the Logitech control center, and the MS control center. None of them recognize the mouse.

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Same problem here. I just installed the LCC and it says there are no Logitech devices

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Two possible reason
1. You plug mouse into ps/2 while LCC expect USB
2. Made in ...

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mine's in a USB port, i even tried switching different usb ports.

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its a common problem on logitech mouse
im experiencing same problem
LCC never worked for me
im using controller mate that rocks

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Hmm, OK I plugged in an old wired Logitech mouse and it was recognized.

I plugged in a VX Revolution and it was recognized.

So it's just my G7 that is not recognized. Weird.





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