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Mouse problem when moving my mouse, it goes very slow over the screen, and i just put in new batteries

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  • moon_stru454 Dec 24, 2008

    I have the same problem...I changed the batteries and did go into the control panel to change the cursor options. It still won't work as it did just last week (sticks). Help! Thanks

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Go to your control panel, then open "mouse", press cursor options, there you can change the speed

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