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I have a Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX and I like to set the scrollwheel to send the Internet Back signal when I push it to the left and Internet Next when I push it to the right.
On several installations on Windows 7 SetPoint wouldn’t remember these settings between reboots and it slowly drove me insane. I tried installing the 64bit version of SetPoint and the 32bit version but it didn’t help. A whole lot of other things didn’t help as well.
The Device Manager showed me there are two identical Logitech HID-compliant Unifying Mouse devices.
Right-click one and open the Properties. On the General tab, click Change settings.
In the Logitech HID-compliant Unifying Mouse Properties window, click the Driver tab and click the Disable button. If your Disable button is greyed out it is because you didn’t click the Change settings button in the previous step.
This will either fix the problem or instantly disable your Logitech Mouse. If it disables your mouse, just Enable the driver again and disable the other Logitech HID-compliant Unifying Mouse.
Reboot, test, and rejoice.