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Default PC Wizard 2008. Weird issue.

Yeah, it's software, but it's a hardware troubleshooting tool and I didn't know where else to throw this question. :P

I installed PC Wizard 2008 on my actual usb flash drive so I wouldn't have to install it on systems I work on to use it. Thing is, after it loads, if I pull back on my scroll wheel, it closes PC Wizard 2008 and goes back to my flash drive directory. It's kind of weird.

Any ideas as to why it's happening?

EDIT - it does it locally installed on the machine too. Hmm...
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