Question about HP Wireless Optical Mouse
try a perfectly smooth and flat piece of cardboard like from a cereal box as a mouse
pad i have same problem with a pad that has any kind of a design on it also clean the laser "eye" The dry corner of a bed sheet works well to get into the lens DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OF CLEANER AS IT MAY FOG UP THE PLASTIC LENS
2. close all open applications and folders
check your task manager "ctrl alt del" click processes tab to see if anything is using allot of CPU power while mouse is acting up
you can stop most 00 (zero) using running processes to to help eliminate and shrink the processes list leave the multiple "svchost"on because one of them will reboot the computer if stopped
and you will have to wait and start over unless one of them is using up the cpu power
3. check for for Trojans,virus' and any other nasties you can think of
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
Since you've already check the properties, try replacing the batteries.
or make sure your mouse and receiver are within reasonable distance.
Thats all I can think off right now.
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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