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The above mouse does not work properly. It is an optical mouse and is not very accurate, is there anything you can suggest to fix this probelm please.

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Try using a different mouse mat, preferably something with stripes or muticoloured. Or try using it over a plain white sheet of paper. If that does not work, try reinstalling the latest drivers.
Let me know how it goes..

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