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Cursor drift My cursor shakes and drifts across the screen when I'm not touching it. Difficult to point an item and click because cursor drifts.

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  • kizzi jo Nov 06, 2008

    It's brand new.

  • kizzi jo Nov 06, 2008

    I guess I didn't answer the entire question. It's an optical mouse - rechargeable. It doesn't seem to do it when it is on a different surface such as a magazine cover. Does it just have a problem discerning differences in the black on the keyboard/mouse tray?

  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    what do you have roller ball or optic mouse???

    try with a roller ball mouse.

    if it is optic, you need a new one. optic can't be repaired.

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Don't us the optic mouse with the roller mouse pad. what is happening here, is the optic trying locate a point. since the pad is not flat and smooth. the optic is doing search (meaning it is constantly looking for a landing point). since it can't fine one, it will draft.

hope that will help

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