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Mouse behaving erratically

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I've had my logitech cordless mouse for a while, (I'm not sure of the exact model number) and it was always fine, but now it goes the opposite way that I tell it to and the left click presses itself down and it won't stay in the right sopt, etc, etc.

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Try system restore from Accessories-sysstem tools when it was working fine or try uninstalling and reesinstalling the mouse driveers.

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