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I've been using my mouse for less than four months now, and it's the mouse that came with my computer. I play Minecraft, so of course the left-click button is vital. Well, starting about a month ago, the left-click button has begun to wear down. I've seen different solutions to this problem on other mice, that include unscrewing the mouse, but mine doesn't have a screw. :/
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to Control Panel and click on the Mouse icon. Then
the mouse properties will appear showing the mouse buttons. Put the pointer on the left button and then go to the drop down and make sure the buttoon is set properly.
Hope this helps. Bud
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
there's 4 sliders on the bottom of the mouse. Remove the 2 feet closest to the optical sensor on the bottom. You'll find 2 phillips screws there. Remove those then pry the mouse open.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Try to put a new battery in it's compartment and simultaneously press the reset small button in the bottom of mouse. Both actions mus be performed at the same time. Hope this might solve your problem.
Posted on May 05, 2009
SOURCE: Unresponsive left mouse click
I have that issue too. At the beginning I tought it was a connectivity problem but it does it even with the receiver side by side. Latelly it is working perfectly.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
SOURCE: PROBLEMS WITH MOUSE
FIXED, I managed to fix my copperhead last night after its been sat
under my desk for the past 4 months with doubleclick problem. I peeled
off the lower slider foot, removed the QC sticker off the screw,
removed the screw and took the top off the mouse. inside, under the
faulty button (left mouse button for me) there is a little black box
with a small thin white button on top. i very carefully lifted the
black box slightly off its connection with a small flathead screwdriver
then pushed it back down again. i did this with the mouse plugged in to
usb blue lights on and everything. it stopped double clicking
instantly, hope this works for anyone else. let me know.
I can now use my razer again. wooooooooooooooooo
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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