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My Logitech mouse is uncontrollable. I changed

My Logitech mouse is uncontrollable. I changed the batteries in it but it still is not tracking properly. It jumps all over.

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It's probably one of two problems. Either you have spyware (install and run SpyBot, for example) or the scroll button is pressed too hard. Good luck.

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