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I have model pc7530

Mouse is acting real screwy. even after adjusting the mouse in control panel mouse is still messing up

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Are you using an Optical mouse, Wireless Mouse or a Roller Ball mouse? If its a roller ball, turn it over, twist the cover as the arrows show, remove the ball and you will see some rollers around the edges that read the balls movement. Clean the gunk off of them with your fingernail or cotton swab. (NO WATER)
If you are using a wireless mouse, change the batteries and make sure you have a good line of site to the wireless adapter, and RESET the mouse by pushing the button on the wireless adapter. If it is an optical USB mouse please let me know, if any of the above worked. Thanks //D

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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