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Pointer moves opposite to movement of mouse

The pointer on my computer screen moves opposite to the direction that I move the mouse. For example, when I move mouse to the right the pointer moves left, If I move it up the pointer moves down. I have uninstalled the driver and re installed it which worked for a short while, but it has happened again and the re-install does nothing. I have also checked for a driver update with no results.

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change the batteries of the mouse if that didnt work.

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Change the battery. then re-sync the mouse

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I just sprayed my dad's lens cleaner on one end of a Q-tip to clean the lens of the mouse and dried the excess fluid with the other end of the Q-tip. WORKS GREAT :)

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