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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by margie821, Feb 7, 2005.

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  1. margie821

    margie821 Thread Starter

    Dec 7, 2002
    I have a Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse. I just reinstalled it and seem to have a problem clicking on anything without having to do it several times ex: to close out of a page, to open an email sometimes takes several times or any button sometimes takes several times.

    I had a new wireless keyboard and wireless mouse combination which caused me a multitude of problems so I finally connected my old keyboard (which wasn't wireless) and my old wireless mouse. I'm hoping someone maybe has had a similar problem or is more computer savy than I am and will be able to enlighten me! :eek: Thanks in advance for any help.
  2. rhorne4


    Sep 11, 2004
    There Is An Update On The Microsoft Web Site For The Drivers For That Mouse.that Will Probally Fix Your Problem.sounds Like The Same Thing That Happened To Me And New Drivers Fixed My Problem.
  3. gsmitheman


    Nov 9, 2003
    I got my wife a Microsoft wireless mouse and keyboard for a great price after rebate. I had problems with the mouse having a mind of it's own. I believe it went down and to the left.

    I got newer drivers from the website and went to forums where people were having similar problems. Wasted 3-4 hours. We junked the mouse but the keyboard is still in service a year later.

    I like the microsoft Intellimouse (wired). Great control with my picture editing. I have a box of five in reserve. But other then those I don't think of Microsoft for hardware any more.

    I'm a fan of XP and the new spyware program (that they purchased).
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