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Does anyone have some problems using their mouse on Macbook Pro. My mouse works perfectly fine on my Windows laptop but it appears weird on my Macbook Pro. I think maybe the inertia thing is on or something, I've adjusted everything I can on system preferences -> mouse but still my mouse is very hard to control. (it's jerky and i can't have precise control over where the mouse is moving)

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Please explain how it is weird. Could it be related to this question? – Daniel Beck May 11 '11 at 6:02
@Daniel Beck i've updated the question – Pacerier May 11 '11 at 8:36
Have you tried rebooting, using a different USB port? – Daniel Beck May 11 '11 at 9:33
@Daniel Beck definitely i've rebooted and tried a different USB port (i'v only got 2 ports) – Pacerier May 11 '11 at 11:42
@Pacerier What kind of mouse? It might Mac drivers to work right. – Chris_O May 23 '11 at 7:42
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Your mouse needs the Mac OSX Logitech Drivers and Logitech Control Center which can be downloaded from the Logitech support page for the M110.

Install the package (might require a reboot) go to System - Preferences

Open the preferences for Logitech under other.

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The settings available for your model will be available to adjust. The pointer speed is controlled in the general settings.

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