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Wireless mouse it's seems to be going astry, it's moving on it's own without me doing anything. if i put it on an icon, it jumps to the top of the screen on it's on. i click on something and it's not reponding , until i click it two to three times and it just started doing this, what can i do to fix this.

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  • virginiavt Nov 16, 2008

    My mouse is jerky and it is hard to fill in forms.

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I am using a mousepad, but my mouse also is going crazy. I cannot pinpoint on what I want to click on, the movements are very jerky and I just got this mouse yesterday. I had another and it worked fine until I traded computers, now I am on my 3rd different computer and the mouse still is herky-jerky in its movements. Any suggestions?

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  • herbman7 Dec 20, 2010

    Hi
    I'm looking at this problem for a guy at work.. im gona try this http://forums.logitech.com/t5/Mice-Bluet...

    but I think I'm gona end up rebuilding the laptop

    I ran full diags in case of RAM/HD faults but came out clean.

    We seemed to fix it once by reinstalling the driver..but it came back dammit

    anyway good luck!

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Sometimes wireless mouse is a bit slow in responding.
use a mouse pad sometimes it helps.

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