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Old 24 September 2010, 15:48   #4
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Just go into the Startup drawer and remove Freewheel.cfg
Thanks man What a relief. I really don't know how the file got in the wrong place. I didn't put it there for sure I noticed an interesting issue... When the freewheel is disabled scrolling in Dopus actually works although a bit slow. I have the micromys driver in the user startup. I guess that makes the wheel work, right? It might be, that Freewheel somehow conflicts with micromys driver. The reason I have the micromys driver is that without it the wheel was completely dead (even with FreeWheel enabled).
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