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Mouse causes screen to jump to previous screen

When I use my Logitech laser mouse, the screen keeps jumping back to the previous screen. I cannot open my files or check my email because it keeps jumping back to the previous screen. This problem just started today.

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Elsamma, If you are positive keeping the cable stationary prevents the problem try this: Try holding the mouse connector stationary and wiggle the cable. If the problem occurs then the connection between the mouse connector/cable is defective, due to the low value of this mouse the fix would typically be replacing rather than repair. If that doesn?t work try wiggling the mouse connector where it plugs into the PC. If this causes the problem to reappear then either your mouse connector or the PC socket is damaged. Try another mouse and if the problem goes away, again the fix would be to replace the mouse. If a new mouse doesn?t fix the problem then there is a good chance the PS2 connector is damaged. At this point I would purchase a USB mouse which should solve your problem Let us know how things go and if you need any more assistance.

Posted on Jul 11, 2007

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Thank you, but I have tried it already but without result. Best regards, Nancy

Posted on Oct 08, 2007

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It may be a problem with your usb drive, try plugging it in to a different USB drive in the computer, not the keyboard. If your CPU has no free USB drives I recommend purchising a USB port extension or a USB converter. Though it would probably be cheeper just to buy a new mouse. Tell me how it works. :-)

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Try uninstalling and reinstalling the touchpad driver from device manager

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puhs open the logo area (palm area), toward the backend. it takes 2 aaa battery.

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Elsamma, If you are positive keeping the cable stationary prevents the problem try this: Try holding the mouse connector stationary and wiggle the cable. If the problem occurs then the connection between the mouse connector/cable is defective, due to the low value of this mouse the fix would typically be replacing rather than repair. If that doesn?t work try wiggling the mouse connector where it plugs into the PC. If this causes the problem to reappear then either your mouse connector or the PC socket is damaged. Try another mouse and if the problem goes away, again the fix would be to replace the mouse. If a new mouse doesn?t fix the problem then there is a good chance the PS2 connector is damaged. At this point I would purchase a USB mouse which should solve your problem Let us know how things go and if you need any more assistance.

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