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Desktop moves up and down with a moving mouse

When i open windows of the asus laptop the while the desktop opens it moves up and down with the mouse (moving) with a hand .I want the desktop should not move

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  • rw1022 Mar 13, 2009

    My desktop moves up and down with the mouse. Not sure what happened- it is a shared laptop.

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Well, do you have a Mac or PC? If a mac, hold control and scroll out if you have a scrolling ball in your mouse. If not, i don't know.

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