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cursor keeps scrolling automatically-NOT due keyboard/mouse

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Sdabbs, Jun 18, 2019.

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  1. Sdabbs

    Sdabbs Thread Starter

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    Hi guys, need your help!

    The cursor scrolls automtically, not in all programs - but in youtube it puts the volume up to max, or in the search bar it scrolls all the way to the right - in photoshop it keeps scrolling the window to the max right, or in notepad it scrolls all the way down to the bottom. Even on the settings in windows 10 I find it difficult to click on what I want as it scrolls down to the bottom straight away

    I ve tried a different keyboard, also tried the keyboard testor to see if one of the keys were switched on somehow, and I ve unplugged the mouse and it still happens. So I am out of ideas!
     
  2. Sdabbs

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    anyone? :(
     
  3. DaveA

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    Have you tried a different mouse?
     
  4. Sdabbs

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    yeah :( I also unplugged the mouse and it still does it
     
  5. Sdabbs

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    no one? :(
     
  6. Sdabbs

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    got it fixed!
     
  7. DaveA

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    How did you fix it?
     
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