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Logitech Optical mouse... problems!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by wedgea18, Jan 25, 2004.

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  1. wedgea18

    wedgea18 Thread Starter

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    Sometimes when my mouse clicks... nothing happens! Although the button IS sticky, I can tell when a "click" goes through by the feel and sound of the mouse. Recently, some clicks just don't do anything (this is terrible for online gaming). My right mouse button works fine however. Strangely, my clicks will sometime "catch up" with eachother, executing commands at a delayed rate. I have plenty of RAM (512mb) and plenty of HD space. I have a 1.8ghz proc. Any Ideas what the problem may be? I posted this already, but the post dissapeared after the forum went down.

    -Wedge
     
  2. active95

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    I believe that there are 2 things that might help you .
    1. make sure that you are running the lastest "MouseWare" from logitech.
    2. If the mouse if on a USB hub try and plug it directly into the mobo.
    As a side note, i would open the mouse and make sure that there are no "foreign matters :D " inside that might cause a un normal operation of the buttons.
    Quick question . Did all this start to happen "out of the blue" or did you had this problems from the very first moment when you pluged in the mouse ?
     
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