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Old 01-05-04, 02:18 AM   #1
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Default Intellipoint 5.0

Maybe it is just a problem with my computer, but I've noticed that every time I disable Terminal Services, I will get an error message that Intellipoint 5.0 failed to do whatever. I don't understand why, since Terminal Services is for Fast Account Switching, Remote Desktop Help, etc. I don't see where it ties in with intellipoint, but after testing my machine with Terminal Services Started, and Disabled, I'm almost positive this is the issue. I guess I'll go back to 4.1.

I'm running Windows XP by the way. Hopefully some of you could tell when I started mentioning services.

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I think most people are running the 4.x version of the drivers anyway since they got rid of the ability to assign program specific functionality to buttons in the 5.0 drivers.
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