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Logitech wireless mouse

It is double shooting game balls, e mail addresses, blank e mails. Responds too quickly

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  • cp3903 Nov 07, 2008

    Thank you for the idea. I will try that. I don't remember getting it but will go thru all my stuff and look.

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Was there software that came with the mouse. There should be an applet in control panel that allows you to adjust settings for your mouse. It sounds alot like it have proprietary settings that allow you to enable it to send a double click signal with a single click. and that option inadvertantly got enabled.

Please search the control panel for mouse settings and see if this is the case.

If NOT please let me know so i can try to think of what else it may be. Also it would be beneficial to know the Model of logitech mouse you have

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