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My mouse cursor is slightly moving in all directions, even when the mouse itself isn't being touched.

It is not being touched and it moves around. It also sometimes jumps from the middle of the screen to the side, Sometimes it stops working completly. I have tried turning the mouse on and off, I have tried changing ports as well. Please help.

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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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ODEL 96147 , PROBLEM":LIGHT FLASHES ON MOUSE ONLY. tHE SMALL DEVICE INSTERTED DOES NOT FLASH. AND THE MOUSE ARROW DOES NOT MOVE AROUND SCREE

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