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It may either be that your mouse is due for new batteries (this happened to me and I know what you mean, it is pretty tough to use when it lags around like that), or your mouse settings are messed up. To change your mouse settings go to start > control panel > mouse > pointer options. In pointer options there should be a button you can slide to either increase or decrease the speed at which your mouse moves across the screen.

I hope this helps, let me know if there is anything else I can do to help.

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