Mouse right click dieing

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Codemaster

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I've been having this problem for a little while. I have an Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 4.0 and the right click is dieing. This is quite a problem for me because I play all my games on the computer, and I didn't realize how much stuff I right click even outside of games until this occured! Is there any way to seemingly "fix" the right click? If you don't understand what I mean, it took my 3 times to right click on this webpage to get the toolbar to pop up (properties, source, ect.) I did it just to test it. By the 3rd click my fingers click more forcefully. And Whether thats the problem or they just react and click harder, I need this fixed. Any ideas aside from buying other mouses? If I have to buy a new mouse I know which one I'm going to. Thanks
 
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Sounds like a new mouse situation to me if the left mouse button works just fine and the right is waky its almost 100% definite its hardware. Have you tried reseating the mous in the port?
 

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Yeah, I move my computer about once a week between houses, so I think I'm gonna cough of the dough for a razor mouse and take really, really (I mean put it in a safe for transport) care of it lol.
 

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Haha, I'd never give up the power of a desktop. I'd have a laptop in addition to a desktop, but if I had a choice, I'd upgrade my desktop first lol.
 
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