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Jumping mouse cursor

My mouse cursor keeps on jumping.i cleaned the mouse thoroughly.but it didn't solve the problem.i have noticed that by keeping the connecting cable in certain positions the mouse starts working just fine.the connection between the mouse and the computer is not loose.i have the following doubts: -could the connecting cable be the reason for the jumping? -or is the drive to be blamed for it? can anyone suggest any useful measures? My mouse cursor intermittantly stalls while moving causing unbelievable frustration when attempting to click on anything small or trying to grab the edge of a window to resize it. The mouse I am using is a MS Wireless Laser 6000 v1.0. Any idea what I can do to fix this? sammy

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    my MX 600 mouse wanders all over when I move a long distance to click -- I guess you could call it jumping. I changed the USB to connect directly to the computer instead of using the extension and the mouse seems to "point" without wandering as much. I'll try it out.

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It may be a problem with your usb drive, try plugging it in to a different USB drive in the computer, not the keyboard. If your CPU has no free USB drives I recommend purchising a USB port extension or a USB converter. Though it would probably be cheeper just to buy a new mouse. Tell me how it works. :-)

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Check the battery if any,maybe its leak,try another mouse,maybe the one you have is already defective.

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