My scroll mouse is working but if you scroll more than once down or up, it will go the opposite way. for instance, if you scroll up once, it will go up. but if you scroll up twice, it will go up then down. same thing with scrolling down. and it will be continuous. so if you scroll up 4 times, it will go up down up down and be back to where you started. any help?
This works for all mice. click the scroll button and movie it up and down for a while and it will work just fine. i had the same problem with my acer mouse but when i looked at a forum for the mac os x mouse someone said this tip and it worked
Just within the last 2 months my Dell mouse has become an eratic mouse; I have to lift and lower and circle the mouse multiple times before I can get it to the exact spot I need. Are other options available instead of using the mouse?
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If you are using windows, you should find "Mouse" in Control Panel where you will find options to configure mouse buttons. Enable the scroll wheel or something similar.
The "scroll wheel" is mechanical with sensors. Wheel has holes where light passes through it and sensors to convert motion either scroll up or down. If that sensor is no longer working, repairing it is more tedious (not a good idea).
Anyway, have you tried a different mouse (borrow from a friend)? Just to check if this is not an issue with your computer.
Did you install the mouse driver they provided? If so, there should be a SetPoint Settings item in your system tray. Open it and check the Pointer and Scroller Settings and try adjusting the Scrolling Size setting.
Go to your control panel of the computer. Click on the tab "Change mouse whell settings" If you do nto find such tab then search for that tab by puttin word "mouse" in the search box. There you can change scrolling setting. If it doesn't work then remove the wire of your mouse, shut down computer. Insert the wire and restart computer. This will surely work. If not then contact I'll give you other remedy.
Without the drivers the mouse runs great. The only thing you can't do is use the second scroll wheel to scroll left and right. Instead the mouse scrolls in the opposite direction than the first scroll wheel. The side buttons can be configured within OSX and Windows for whatever you might want.
If it really _has_ a ball, the rollers inside the ball compartment get clogged with gummy matterial & needs to be cleaned thoroughly - also sometimes the dirt & dust need to be blown out as they can cover the light sensors
thx for helping dude, logitechexpert my ***...
now check that...i was so pissed because of such stupid advice that i hit my mouse on the corner of my desk...yep i really did.
...and then it worked! it SCROLLS!
my theory: the logitech has a quite complicated mechanical clockwork-like gear switch for their scrollwheel. they are so proud of it, that they even have pictures of it on the box when you buy a g9. well, i guess when you make things more complicated they arent that reliable anymore...like the gear switch at your bycicle which gets messed up sometimes, because its small mechanical parts just get stucked.
so my mechanical solution: turn your g9 around hold it and knock three times(not too soft: imagine the money you paid for this mouse and release your anger) just around the area where the mechanism is located...i had exactly the same problems like you and now it works perfectly!
...i guess i dont need to buy batteries.
I do not know the model number of your cordless mouse or if it has a drive ball. If it has a ball , rumove the boottom to drop out the ball then remove tjhe lent and dirt from the two rod that the ball drives. If it is the non ball type , I don't know, sorry.