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Problem with my wired optical mouse

Im having problems with my optical mouse, it works but seems to not want to stay where it should i will be moving it around and it goes all over the place and i have no clue on how to fix this problem can you please help?

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  • giusinaga Jan 05, 2009

    My Optical Mouse with USB goes all over the places. I am searching for a solution.


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The light of the optical mouse is used to calculate it's location on the screen. But, if you use the mouse on a shiny surface, it bounces back the signal to the mouse, making it impossible to calculate the position. Use a carpet or else, but not shiny.

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