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My Logitech wireless acts like I have double-clicked it when I have only single clicked it when playing sol. This only started a month ago; prior to that it worked perfectly. Do you have any ideas or do I just get a new mouse?

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  • Anonymous May 05, 2009

    I had to move my double-click speed to faster to get it to stop double clicking on a single click, not to slow.....

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First make sure your settings have not changed. Click on Start>Control Panel>Mouse and you will be in mouse properties. Check Buttons tab to make sure it is set with double-click speed as slow..

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