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Mouse is minimizing and restoring internet and computer screens

Mouse is resizing thw internet and computer screens all the time..runs fine when using original touchpad. Using windows Vista at the moment. As soon as it is connected an open a window it shrinks and restores about 5 times per second, Have tried retiring the touchpad but this makes no difference, i am at a loss.

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