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Oh ... I was hoping it would show temperature in the taskbar if you went spartan (like it used to be possible to do with apps like WeatherBug, Singer's Weather Watcher, etc).  I can look outside and see if the sun is shining  ;)

I've seen several examples of this News/Interest that look similar to the attached, I guess that is the display if you don't go the 'icon only' route?

What weather site did you pin?

I'm on 20H2 build 19042.985 ... no News/Interest on my machine yet.

I haven't installed the optional 21H1 yet.  Not really in a hurry.  I won't mind the weather icon in the taskbar, but the news function doesn't interest me, I get bombarded with enough news as it is.

I have the same problem with a handful of websites ... sometimes the user name field is blank, sometimes it's the password field.  I've tried editing the saved logins via Options/Privacy & Security/Logins & Passwords/Saved Logins, but it never seems to make a difference.   If I click on the empty field the proper info populates, but it should be 'easier' than that  :-\

On the bright side, it only affects a few sites, not a lot of them.

Update: Microsoft has rolled out a patch that will be applied automatically.

No optional updates other than KB5001649  which is the servicing stack update I'm going let the April updates install.

KB5001649 is to fix BSOD and printing issues. That said, if you aren’t having those issues you can wait until Patch Tuesday.

Let us know how you make out ...


HID-compliant mouse

Driver Provider: Microsoft
Driver Date: 6/21/2006
Driver Version:  10.0.19041.1
Digital Signer: Microsoft Windows

If memory serves that is the version number of Windows 10 20H1 ... when did you update to 20H2?  I was wondering about the timing of your problem beginning vs that update, although Windows should recognize the mouse when it boots up.

Have you already attempted to update the driver via the option in Device Manager?

Check if there is an optional update here: Settings>Update & Security>Windows Update>View optional updates>Driver updates

You could also try uninstalling the driver in Device Manager, then restart the computer. Upon restart, the system should detect your mouse again and re-install the device with the latest driver automatically.

Or, abandon ship, and get a new wireless mouse, use plodr's workaround, or use the hard-wired mouse you have.

Have you tried running the update tool as an Administrator?


I have not downloaded or installed anything yet.

Are you planning on doing so?

There is a chance it is a corrupted driver, if so this may solve the problem.  Sometimes Windows 10 can self-heal balky things, but enough time has passed ... might try rebooting again if you’ve only done that once.

If this update doesn’t work, since a hard wired mouse works, I think the next step will be to trash the wireless mouse. You can get another M310 pretty cheap on eBay, or get a more current model instead. Or get used to the wired one that works.

LandzDown Lounge / Re: Good books to read
« on: March 27, 2021, 07:07:44 PM »
Nero Wolfe  :)

I have the complete collection in hardcover. Just started to re-read them in chronological story line (bit different than publishing order).

The two seasons of “A Nero Wolfe Mystery” on A&E was pretty good ... Maury Chaykin as Nero Wolfe and Timothy Hutton as Archie Goodwin.

Dunno.  I was expecting you would see something like the attached.

Mouclass.sys is a Windows Operating System file.  I was looking for a driver version.

I was just curious, it's not that important to the issue at hand.  Have you downloaded and installed the driver yet?

That’s not the driver version  ;)

1.2.169 is.

Did you right click on the device and select Properties? There will be a tab with driver info.


Looking at the Logitech website, the last driver update was:

Software Version: 1.2.169
Last Update: 2019-08-20

What driver do you have installed?

I may have missed your answer ... you’ll find it on one of the tabs when you look at Properties.

No, you don’t have to uninstall the existing driver.

Meet & Greet! / Re: Greetings to Greeks
« on: March 26, 2021, 06:35:30 PM »
How did everything turn out celebration-wise?

When  you open the "show all" link, there are two versions

Why do you need to "show all downloads"? 

And I would need the sequence spelled out for me.

Once you launch the downloaded driver setup file, follow the instructions on the screen prompts to complete the installation.  A reboot may be required.

You could also use Device Manager to update/repair the driver ... "Search automatically for updated driver software".  Personally I'd go the Logitech support site route.

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