> Don't you think this sentence could be true: "IT IS MICROSOFT'S MOUSE DRIVER
> FAULT AND IT IS THEIR(MS) RESPONSIBILITY TO FIX THE BUG!!!!"

And Microsoft did fix the bug in the Intellimouse drivers before JaMi got his
machine from Dell! The fix drive just did not ship with the Dell machines.

Updating the Intellimouse driver to the latest driver has fixed this bug on
every machine I know to have exhibited it. I too have a Dell 4100 and it
exhibited this problem until I updated the mouse driver, and I found the updated
driver was older than the Dell computer. Therefore I hold that this is a
MICROSOFT INTELLIMOUSE BUG, not a Protel Bug.

Rob




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