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Chapionship manager 2008

I am having trouble with the curser on my mouse,i know the mouse is working because it works on the internet,when i play the game the curser on the mouse is very slow and takes a long time to respond to my commands

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Have you tried checking the pointer's speed in control panel. mouse icon, pointer options ? Usually when you have different speeds it's because games work differently than Windows does. Check that first. If that does not work, see if there is anything obstructing/pressing against the mouses' cable.

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IF the above is not working I suggest to reinstall the operating system Windows, but before that then make sure to save all your documents and pictures etc, because it delete all the content

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I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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