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Re: wireless optical mouse (serial number)2616417
Not sure about the mouse you have but this is worth a try.
Go to Control Panel and click on the Mouse icon.When the window opens showing the mouse, select
the button you want to change and click on the drop down and set as desired.
Hope this helps.Bud
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I have had the same problem with my Logitech wireless optical mouse and it has always been an indicator that my mouse's battery is low or almost depleted. If you have a fresh battery and it is still behaving the same way then the contacts under your "left click button" could be wearing down or malfunctioning. Also there are some basic mouse control settings found under START-->Control Panel -->Hardware and sound-->devices and printers-->Mouse
Click Appearance and
Themes, and then click
On the General tab, under Click items as follows, click the option you want.
If you click Single-click to open an item (point to
select), you can also specify when icon titles are underlined.
To check your current browser settings for underlining links, open Internet Options in Control Panel. To open
Internet Options, click
Start, click Control
Panel, click Network and
Internet Connections, and then click Internet Options. On the Advanced tab, check
the setting for Underline links.
To change mouse settings in XP for left-handed users: Click Start and click Control Panel. Double click the Mouse applet. Verify that the Buttons tab is selected. Select the Switch primary and secondary buttons option is selected. Click OK.
Go to control panel and click on the Mouse icon. then when you get the Mouse Properties window, go to Buttons and go to the Left Button and using the drop down change the key to function as you desire. You will also have to reset the right button to use to double click to open programs. Hope this helps. Bud