Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Seems to be a common problem. Can you fix this?
Try cleaning the ball. Try using another pad. If no joy, Try uninstalling the mouse drivers and reinstalling or updating them. (device manager)
Tutorial on updating windows drivers here.
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