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wireless mouse issue?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by shywolf91, Jul 5, 2012.

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  1. shywolf91

    shywolf91 Thread Starter

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    I am using a microsoft wireless mouse and I notice somtimes the mouse will move in the opposite direction or move father then I did.

    My os is windows 7.

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  2. black-wolf

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    Clean out dust or particals in the little hole on the bottom of the mouse where the little lite is.
     
  3. shywolf91

    shywolf91 Thread Starter

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    I cleaned it, but it still acts up.

    This is the mouse I am using:

    Microsoft Mobile Mouse 3500 - Gold
     
  4. ekim68

    ekim68 Mike

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    Is this a Desktop or a Laptop?
     
  5. shywolf91

    shywolf91 Thread Starter

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    Desktop
     
  6. ekim68

    ekim68 Mike

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    Does that mouse have a battery? And, do you have a wired mouse to test against it? That would help to isolate a driver problem...
     
  7. shywolf91

    shywolf91 Thread Starter

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    No wire mouse. Wireless mouse has battery, just replaced it.
     
  8. ekim68

    ekim68 Mike

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    Well maybe one more thing.. Try removing it in Device Manager and restart the computer and see if it reloads it correctly on restart....
     
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