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originally posted by: jappee
a reply to: Azureblue
Hello, my Logitech mouse has a scroll feature activated by clicking the Middle Mouse Button while the cursor is over any page that can scroll. When you click MMB the cursor is replaced with a half inch white circle with a black dot centered and either an up arrow and down arrow or both if the page permits, then by moving the cursor slightly up will scroll the page up, and the further you move the cursor the faster the scroll. Maybe you are clicking the middle mouse button on accident, or...it might be faulty, I believe that you need the logitech drivers/app installed to configure the auto scroll on or off. I have the windows native mouse drivers that work with the logitech mouse just fine BUT it does not have a means to change the feature.
Hope this helps
I would recommend reinstalling your Logitech mouse drivers again and go from there..
Logitech Support: Mouse and Pointers
SetPoint lets you customize your mouse, keyboard, touchpad and number pad settings in Windows.
Provides a smooth scrolling experience when you browse the internet in Windows 7.
originally posted by: ManFromEurope
Does this happen in an empty Word-document, too?
Would there be chars typed into that word-doc? Because I suspect a locked key.
The "scroll-down" in a mouse is not a single action, but a combination of at least two buttons or a wheel-rotation. That doesn't usually happen by accident or a single technological error, esp. if it happened with a new mouse, too.