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Mouse is considerably over sensitive. Every time I attempt to describe the mouse, there is never any record of the "N/M" R0006, PID LZ938AK, & P/N 01-001100. Problem!!!

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  • Hi, click on the "Start Button," next in the (right area) click on the "Control Panel," in the window there will be "listings" different categories; choose the "Mouse," from the "Hardware and Sound" click on it to open the next window. In this window, if its not showing the Buttons category at the top of the window , select it by clicking on it; there should be a (Double Click Speed) area somewhere in the middle from your point of view, adjust the speed and try it out a few times until you are satisfied with the movement. You can always go back and change some of the other movements available. I suggest, click on the "Device Setting" button, next, once the window open, click on the "Setting" button just below the "highlighted" (Name of the device TouchPad, or maybe different Name). Try out some of the "items listed" Tapping, Virtual Scrolling... "You must click on the "Apply, OK buttons when finished." Note: Restart the computer; this will make sure the changes are correctly applied, and working properly. "Rating the solution will let me know if the problem is fixed, or you will need further assistance, thanks."

Posted on May 15, 2010

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