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My Wacom mouse is driving me insane!!!

When I use my mouse to click, click and drag, basically do ANYTHING it either double clicks automatically or doesn't click at all. Basically I think the left click button is malfunctioning. Do I need to get a new mouse? Is there any way I can get JUST the mouse and will it work with the tablet and pen that I have- those are working fine. Is there anything I can do to fix my mouse.

Need help- I have a huge project due in design class and this problem is going to cause me to have a stroke.

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  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    Wacom mouse from HELL!!!
    Hit it and it works for a while...

  • psyweb Dec 11, 2008

    I've had this happen to me a few times (I'm already on my third Wacom mouse and am just about to need another) and it does actually make me want to rampage for flesh.
    I tried everything - from reinstalling the software and drivers to focusing chunks of unadulterated violence on to it - but nothing works.
    The only real remedy is to get a new mouse.
    You can get one without the tablet from the Wacom website in the 'spare parts and accessories' area of the site. http://www.wacom-shop.net/cgi-bin/wacom.... (this is for the europe store only - and make sure the mouse is compatible with your tablet. Intuos 1 and 2 mice will not work with Intuos 3 tablets).
    They're not cheap, but it is really the only option if you don't want to lose your mind and hours of work like I have almost done before!

  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2008

    I have the same problem z-100 mouse of wacom i have to mouse with the same ******* problem

  • Anonymous Dec 23, 2008

    Same problem! It's driving me NUTS.

  • aero68 Dec 24, 2008

    Same problem: left click button double clicks or doesn't click at all without multiple tries. Very frustrating! A replacement mouse is $70! What a rip off.

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    Same problem here too..just started happening...costs $70 bucks to replace!!

  • Anonymous Jan 13, 2009

    Same problem here. The left button worked fine for a while, but then just stopped working. My workaround is to re-program the small thumb button on the left side of the mouse (5th button) to click. That seems to work fine.

  • Anonymous Jan 21, 2009

    Dammit i have the same problem :(
    So no solution???
    We have to by a new one??

  • Anonymous Jan 31, 2009

    Same problem here. I spoke with customer support, but they did not offer any help. Thought it was a software issue, but definitely mechanical.

  • iztok Feb 12, 2009

    I have some problem, my left clic sometimes -often work like write click. I use Intuos 3 tablet and mouse. I uninstall an istal new driver, but still not works properly. I think the softwear is problem. I work on MAC OSX 10. 5.6.

  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2009

    I think this is a software issue.  Left mouse click works sporadically.

  • MsLorenza Mar 01, 2009

    when I do a left click, it will double, triple, or quad- click.

  • moodooguru May 02, 2009

    Left click = 2, 3, or 4 clicks. Grabbing a window to move it will cause the window to minimize. Very frustrating

  • bellevuefine May 11, 2009

    This is the problem I'm having, and I want Wacom to give me a new mouse. It's been less than a year and I need a new mouse already, which is just not acceptable.

  • Anonymous May 15, 2009

    duh im reading this with my wacom mouse doing al the things you guys mention here.
    my mouse too, i only have it for like 9 months and acts like ******.
    never liked it to begin with.. its has baize underneath with makes it hard to get used to.. not that you ever do.
    how come wacom makes the best tablets and the worst mice? or mouse.. guhh nothing makes sence anymore!

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I think I figured out this problem. It's more of a wearing issue with the constant use of the button. Basically the plastic tab on the internal underside on the mouse is wearing down from continual use. I added a piece of custom cut card stock under the front of the mouse circuit board. This raised it up just a little to compensate for the wear on the button.

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I was having the same exact problem. Something inside came loose and was moving around. I could hear something little moving around when I shook it in the air. But, the skipping was making me so C-R-A-Z-Y that I eventually lost my temper and slammed the mouse down on my desk, causing the scroll wheel to push down into the cavity too far and break. Now when I shake it I hear an even bigger piece of something moving around inside. But, GUESS WHAT? The skipping problem is gone (go-figure) !! But the wheel doesn't work so I ordered a new one. Anyways, my best guess is that it has something to do with the scroll wheel.

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