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My cordless optical mouse is slow dragging across the screen. When first used it is fine but then slows down. Ideas anyone?

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Try this...

Go to Control Panel > Mouse > Pointer Option

There you can increase the pointer speed/motion.

I hope this helps. If not please inform me. I will see what else I could do.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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