I bought this mouse and it is erratic all of the time, press the lmb whilst browsing and it jumps to the top of the page, in games lmb changes weapons (scroll wheel function) and doesn`t do designated function (shoot). i have installed and uninstalled the drivers several times and nothing seems to work, Trust offer no solutions whatsoever and this prob is driving me crazy
Do you have the keyboard + mouse combo with iNav on the keyboard. I had the exact same problem, so I took a screwdriver to my keyboard and ripped out the iNav wheel from the keyboard, and hey - no more darsh random scrolling all the time. crude solution i know, but worked for me.
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Are you using an optical mouse? I suggest that you have to provide a mousepad since the laser of the mouse will have a hard time to read on its surface especially if you are using glossy surface of your table.
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windows 7/vista : -step 1 :Press the windows button (start button). -step 2 : In the search bar type device manager. -step 3 : Open the device manager.
windows xp/2000 : -option 1 for opening the device manager : -step 1 : Press the windows button (start button). -step 2 : Open the control panel. -step 3 : Open the "System properties". -step 4 : Click on the hardware tab. -step 5 : Click device manager. -Option 2 for opening the device manager : -step 1 : Press the windows button (start button). -step 2 : Select "Run" -step 3 : Type the following into the text box "devmgmt.msc"
-using the device manager : -step 1 : Once the device manager is open, click on "Mice and other pointing devices" or "other devices" (if prompt). -step 2 : In the newly open menu, if there is a "?"right click on it and press update driver.
This should almost force the computer to recognize the hardware plugged into the USB port.
How far does it jump? How often? Since when? Is this a new mouse, an old one, an optical or a ball mouse? Do you use a mouse pad? Have you installed any of that cursor mania stuff? Is it a USB mouse?
I'd recommend (If you have a ball mouse) to take out the ball by turning the circular plate under the mouse then blowing the dust out and wiping the ball clean. If it's an optical mouse i'd suggest a new mouse-pad designed especially for this optical mice. Also you might wanna try re-installing it. Or if it's a USB mouse trying it in a different slot and cleaning out that connection too.
reinstall the driver for the mouse and see if that fixes it.... also you can try going to control panel----mouse and the changing the settings... you may have to experiment abit to get it the way you want it.
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The warrenty period is usually a year. Is there a connection button on the receiver as well? Normally you need to press the connect button on the mouse, and then on the receiver shortly there after. If you want to replace it, you might have an easier time just getting a new mouse.
Mouse is not clean
Users who have an optical mechanical mouse (most common mouse for desktop computers) are likely experiencing erratic behavior because the mouse is not clean or is dirty. Optical portion of mouse is blocked
Users who have an optical mouse are likely experiencing erratic behavior because a portion of the optical eye is blocked. Most commonly this is caused by a hair.
Moisture or other material on finger
Users who are using a touchpad may experience erratic behavior because of moisture or other material on the finger such as lotion.
Mouse has been cleaned and still has problems
If you've cleaned the mouse and continue to encounter issues and this mouse has worked in the past fine unfortunately your mouse is likely defective. One additional test that can be done to help determine if this is the case or not is to connect the mouse to another computer. Otherwise we suggest replacing the mouse.
Possible solutions for this (and similar problems) include:
--Replace the batteries in your wireless mouse. If the connection strength is weak, wireless accessories have a tendancy to act up.
--Re-Install / update the mouse drivers. I'm unsure if Trust has drivers available for download from their website but it would be worth checking out if the first solution does not help fix the problem.
Try disconnecting the Mouse Receiver from the
USB port and reinstall the CD software program. When
the program asks you to connect the MouseReceiver to the USB
port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud