I recently got a new Logitech cordless mouse and keyboard combo, and everything works fine, except it's not letting me click down on the scroll wheel to open links in new tabs, and it's kinda frustrating.
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Woah. I didn't even realize you could do that normally. Thanks.
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I had a similar problem, too. I had to actually alter the settings in my mouse control panel. I had to make my wheel button "middle click" instead of "next window". For some reason, the middle mouse button isn't defaulted for middle click with initial setup.
I've got a Linksys Wireless (G) Access Point here -- WAP54G. Last I used it, it was working fine, & it's been back in its box for about a year. I plug it in, the Power & Link lights come on on the front panel for about 6 seconds, then they both go out.