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Slow cursor as i move the mouse around,it gets slow very fast and stops all together.i stop to let it rest,it starts out ok, but slows right away.

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    need to change pointer speed



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Hiya! Check your batteries (if wireless) and try a different mousing surface. They can be picky with reflective or transparent surfaces. If you want, you can check out the mouse curser speed settings by going to Start > Control Panel > Mouse > Pointer Options. You should see a speed slider there.

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