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Mouse Trouble some times when i am am using my mouse there is no other way of saying but the cuser dances i think it mite be something to do with the drivers since i have none i am looking for them where can i find them

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Re: Mouse Trouble

Hi Most mice do not have individual Drivers but if your mouse came with a CD then the drivers will be on that failing that you could do the following go into the control panel and left click on the folder that lets you alter the parameters of the mouse and you can alter the speed of the mouse pointer and also change what your pointer looks like if this fails you can go to the web site of the company that built the mouse and they may be able to send you the said drivers

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