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My logitech cordless mouse keeps throwing the cursor to the top or bottom of the screen while im trying to use it,and its slow to respond when im moving the mouse

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Ok, if your mouse is throwing your cruiser around and it is lagging this may mean that you have too much interference between the mouse and the receiver plugged into your computer, first check to make sure that you do not have to many objects between the mouse and the computer and if your mouse uses batteries then you need some new ones in their. If that still doesn't work try unplugging the receiver from the computer and a few seconeds and plug it back in this also works sometimes.

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