Question about GE Wireless Optical Mouse
This problem commonly arises when the Laser mouse is kept on a plain or some unlikely surface. Use a mouse pad. Your problem is solved.
Posted on Aug 01, 2013
Testimonial: "I was using a mouse pad when the problem started. New batteries did not help. Turning the mouse off and back on was a temporary fix. When I exchange mice between my laptop and my desktop the problem stopped."
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Look for a '.ini' file called 'Rise2' - double click it to open it up.
You will see this about mid way through the list that then pops up:
change all of the 0's into 1 - then go to file, save. This should fix any issues you have with the mouse not working properly.
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