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Mouse very sensitive

Lately my mouse has been very sensitive. I click on something, like to delete an email and i end up deleting two or more. I click on a print and I end up printing more than one and not know it. I went to the control panel and slowed down the click speed etc and still doesn't seem to work, When I go to trouble shootint it says there is and active X something or other on the page and will not let me get any where with it.

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Re: Mouse very sensitive

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Re: Mouse very sensitive

I think it depends on what kind of mouse you have. I hate to say it, and I'm not trying to say this in a mean way, but you probably just have to get used to the mouse. The mouse works differently. I had to get used to my new mouse when I got my new computer about a month in a half ago. Hope this helps

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