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95208 - Mouse movement is vertical but not horizontal - no 360 degree movement

This is a tad frustrating. My wireless mouse is being recognized and will move up and down but not side to side or anything that remotely looks like 360 movement. I have turned the PC off and on, made sure it was charged, moved to different ports (I have 4 and tried them all). Anyone have any suggestions? Verbatim side is of zero assistance and this mouse did not come with a CD for driver install or anything like that. Many Thanks if someone can assist me.

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Re: 95208 - Mouse movement is vertical but not horizontal...

Hi try the control panel and open the apperance and theams if you have Vista this may take a bit longer but you need to find mouse control in XPit is containd in te upper right box when you oppen this ox it lets yo mess around with your mouse controls in Vist its the same but you have to find mouse control Hope this helps PADDY

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