I have had a new hard drive fitted and now when I rotate my mouse wheel instead of the whole page moving up or down only a small part of the sceen moves like a ripple effect. Also, when I click on the scroll cursor I can only move the page as fast as it takes the rippling page to move. The issue is nothing to do with settings as I have altered all these - is it something to do with the display?
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The new router could very well be causing wireless interference. Try moving the router away or turning it off and see if the mouse works. If it does, try changing the channel number on the router to see if that is causing the problem as it's possible both the mouse and router are using the same wireless channel and clashing. You can usually find the channel option in the Wireless Settings page of your router setup web interface.
Such a problem generally comes when your scroll sensitivity is high, try reducing the scroll sensitivity from control panel -> mouse if you mouse scroll does not take quantized steps (moves continuously rather than in steps ) this is quite a common problem and can also be reduced if not completely removed by decreasing scroll sensitivity.
make sure the mouse cursor is further down the page from where you are typing. If your text continues over the arrow of the cursor and any static electricity or touch is detected by the glide pad of a laptop or S.E. from a mouse it will move the text cursor to where the mouse cursor is.
This is a continual problem with sensitive computers.