Wireless mouse problems windows 7

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DCM1519

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I have tried two Microsoft wireless mice (models 5000 and 6000) and both are so jerky on the screen that it is almost impossible to use. When I replaced them with my wired mouse, there are no problems.

Is there some wireless mouse that will run properly?

I have googled this and tried as many "solutions" as I could find. None worked.

Thanks
 
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I've never seen a wireless mouse that did not run properly. Jerkiness usually means it need batteries or the receiver is out of range.
 

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It was the location of the receiver. It was only about two feet away but in a usb hub and may have been blockedby the monitor stand. Now, it is on the front of my system box with a direct line of sight.

Thanks for the reply and solution. This solution was not found on any google searches and I sure wish it had been.
 
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