Question about Microsoft ARC Mouse
When I try to scroll up using the wheel, sometimes it'll scroll down for one tick instead. Happens fairly often. It does not happen in reverse (scrolling down works perfectly). Not sure if this is related to the reported mouse wheel hardware failures or if it's simply a driver issue.
Happens in multiple computers with Windows XP Professional. Not tested in Vista.
Not using the special Intellipoint or whatever software, just the default driver that installs when you plug in the receiver.
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Posted on Apr 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Scroll Button does not work
Take the mouse off of the computer. Turn it upside down on a piece of clean printer paper, so that the scroll ball is touching the paper. Roll it around briskly on the paper. This will help clean off the scroll ball.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Call Microsoft at 800-360-7561 and they will replace it. All you will have to give them is the PIN number located under the battery's. You will not even have to return the original Arc mouse. Must be a big problem for them
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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