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1 Click Deletes 2 Items Instead Of Just 1

My Logitech Cordless Mouse Is Acting Up. In My Windows Mail, When I Click Once To Delete An Entry It Will Delete 2 Entries At Once. Any Help Appreciated

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  • logic582 Nov 25, 2008

    Thanks, I'll Try Reinstalling The Drivers

  • K hess Nov 28, 2008

    I thought I was crazy but my Logitech wireless mouse does the same thing. Deletes two emails instead of just the highlighted one AND on google maps instead of "grabbing" the screen to move around, it won't grab but just enlarges the area when I left click, when it SHOULD be using the grab feature. This is most annoying.

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Sorry for the delay as I've done alot serviceing pc's, laptops last month

have you got the drivers installed if so remove them and re-install drivers but first have you got a ps2 port wired mouse if so plug this in and boot pc and try on windows mail application and if it does the same then grab yourself some spyware removal software and virus removal software and run these without being online then try again with mouse on applaction if same resaults then you need to re-do windows from scratch saving out all personal files first then if the problem has dissapered then re-try wirless mouse but get latest software drivers from web.

hope this will cures your problem

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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