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Mouse occasionally freezes

While playing games online I notice that my mouse occasionally stops working for seconds at a time on a continual basis. I can't seem to hold a connection between my mouse and computer, even though it is not wireless. This is so frustrating, is there a solution??

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Thats a laser mouse so its not ur mouse the problem, it is ur internet connection, try not to download anything while playin games online and hopefully it wont freeze that often, hopefully this helps U. :)

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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