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I have a toshiba Mini Retractable Laser Mouse - Silver evreything is coool but when iam play some fps example bioshock i cant aim beacuse the mice is too sensitive.I tried get down the sensitive in the controll panel and in the game but still too fast the mice.I looked a driver for the mice but didnt fond on the net please help me thanks

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Try to use mouse pad not the shiny surface.try to change the mouse with the normal one

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