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Hello Friend,
Try this

  • Go to Control Panel
  • Open Mouse
  • In Button Tab
  • Adjust 'Double Click Speed' to Middle Point
  • Click Apply and OK
  • You are Done
Just Restart PC...Hope This HELPED you...Thanks for Contacting FixYa....

Posted on May 29, 2010

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