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Scroll keeps moving foreward, meaning one push on wheel moves page 4 times and not one move.

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Hello my friend,to customize your mouse settings,click Start, and then click Control Panel,click Printers and Other Hardware and then click Mouse.After that in the Mouse Properties dialog box, click the Wheel tab, increase the number to make your scroll wheel move faster, or decrease the number to make it move slower,then click Apply,click OK and your done.

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