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The scrolling wheel on my model 1058 mouse is sluggish and slow. Is there a way that I can speed it up?

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Make sure it is physically clean ... then go to the control panel ... find the driver and open the software. There you will find the settings to change its behavior.

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When you say it "hangs", are you referring to the refresh rate of the screen taking a while to catch up to the scroll rate of your mouse wheel? Does the screen look large and without a lot of color depth? If you check the device manager, does it display Display Adapter as a yellow question mark?

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