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Mighty Mouse in Vista

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I am using the wired Mighty Mouse in Boot camp on my iMac. However the "squeeze click" buttons keep on triggering randomly when I am surfing (which has the effect of hitting the "back" button one or more times). It's driving me nuts! Is there a way to turn off that behaviour in Vista? the Mouse section in the control panel does not seem to have any config options.

I am using Firefox but it also happens in Windows Explorer.
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there should be more options in the mouse utility under the control panel... unless that's the one you tried already. the one from the boot camp utility doesn't let you do much.
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Originally Posted by kmac1036 View Post

there should be more options in the mouse utility under the control panel... unless that's the one you tried already. the one from the boot camp utility doesn't let you do much.

I have been there...it doesn't let me do anything. this is super annoying as I am getting multiple unwanted "back" presses constantly if i touch the mouse with more than 1 finger at a time! arg!
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