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If this does it with fresh batteries and optical light is clean, also test on a solid colored surface before trying another mouse to see if it is the mouse or system board. Did this start with new download of another web browser? Software install/update? If mouse is older, need to remove ball and clean 3 wheels.
At times, the boot-up is slow and the computer is slow/sluggish because the disk is not "clean" or there's a shortage of storage space remaining. If you have already tried using the Disk Utilities and/or other tools (e.g. Onyx) to fix/clean up the disk, and it still doesn't make any difference, and you still have a good amount of disk space remaining, and all your memory (RAM) is still working, there may be something else going on ... e.g. another process taking place behind the scene (e.g. downloads/uploads) and using lots of resources.
Try going to the device manager: start>control panel>hardware and sound>device manager. Look for mouse/pointing devices tab and expand to show HID compliant mouse, right click on it and choose update driver, then click search automatically for updated driver software.
You can clean the LED bulb on the bottom of the mouse with a dry Q-tip to get the dust and stuff out of there.
If that doesn't work try a new mouse pad. Sometimes even brand new mouse pads don't work well in combination with certain brands of mice. Swap it out with a different one and see if your mouse still gives you trouble.
If that fails too, make sure the cable is firmly inserted into the back of the computer.
If all else fails, try a different mouse.
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Hi, Have you tried taking the ball out of the bottom and cleaning it with a clean lint free cloth and alcohol? These get dirt and lint trapped on them and then they become sluggish. You will also need to clean the rollers inside where the ball rubs against. Use a q-tip and alcohol. If this doesn't work let me know.
the same thing is currently happening too me` but im trying too configur the settings` the problem is inside` clean out the dirt dust but the cord runs around a couple of revs and just push it down a bit and make sure the main rev (white plug) is just pushed a bit down and secure now` putting it back together is harder`