01-14-2009 01:24 PM
This is my first post. My English is not very well, but I hope you understand what I mean.
I have a mouse cordless desktop MX3000 at a Windows XP Home-PC.
I had never problems with it till now.
The situation is now, that when I go on the internet (Internet Explorer) then after a few minutes my mouse "walks" straight to the left site of my screen. Even if I move the mouse to an other site of the screen. It will walk again to the left.
When I click on the buttons, it looks that it will be pushed, but they don't react.
Somethimes freese my Internet Explorer and the fonts of the Intenet Page that I was looking changes automaticly from size 100% to 110% and back. I can not do anything to change this process.
But when I close the task SETPOINT.EXE on taskmanager, then the mouse respont normal again.
So I think Setpoint.exe has become a virus!
But I have checked my system with a few virusscanners (bitdefender, kaspersky, search&destroy and ad-aware) but they found nothing.
I even reinstalled the new drivers from the logitech site, but this doesn't help anything.
When I put my PC in the safety mode, the mouse works almost perfect, but is slower (Because it doesn't have the correct drivers.)
I have cleaned my mouse.
I have used differend surfaces under the mouse, but that doesn't work either.
Now I use a wirred Microsoft mouse and keyboard and this works fine.
BUT I WANT TO USE MY LOGITECH KEYBOARD AND MOUSE! I MISS THEM!
PLEASE, I hope someone can help me!