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New cordless mouse slow to respond to "click": cannot control or direct movement: jerky, sporadic. Is this because I do not use a mouse pad?

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Mouse pad would help but you may have a virus so go to windows help and support and download the windows defender and run it, there have been a lot of bugs affecting mice lately however do try to use something that has a surface on it that would make the mouse work better if it does work better then buy a mouse pad next if it's still slow you can go to control panel and sped up the mouse and also into tools Internet connections and change the mouse properties there.

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    thats computers for ya! (Grin) I thought you would of done that alraedy now how stupid was that of me?

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