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When turning tue wheel on the mouse, the screen continues moving

After I stop turning the wheel on the mouse, the screen continues to move in jerky movements for at least haly to entire screen height

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Adjust your mouse wheel settings, to scroll less lines at a time. That should take care of it.

I hope that helps,

Eric

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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