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My cursor moves around like a bull in a china shop??

Discussion in 'Games' started by strong_alliance, Apr 4, 2010.

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  1. strong_alliance

    strong_alliance Thread Starter

    Apr 4, 2010
    Ok, so here's the deal:
    My mouse moves x number degrees, when I either right-click or click the mousewheel! It will move in the direction I last moved it to, so if I move the cursor to the right, then click the mousewheel to aim, it will automaticly move itself further to the right :(
    This is really annoying, and pretty much always ends up getting me killed. I have tried it with several mice, but the same thing happens! Also if I reconfigure the mouse's functions, it will not help, and the functions works just fine if I assign them to the keyboard.
    This problem has occurred in the new Alien Versus Predator game (demo) as well as Crysis (Warhead), but not on any other games I've played, like Left 4 Dead 2 or Counter-Strike. However, the problem also occurs while browsing the net or the desktop! And without my even touching the mouse! While i'm writing this, the page scrolls either up or down, and the cursor moves by itself! Spooky, really!

    My specs on my computer are the following:
    It's a Medion Akoya MD 8338
    Processor: IntelCore i3-530 2x2,93 GHz
    RAM: 3 GB
    Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce GT330
    OS: Windows 7
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