Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
There is nothing wrong with the mouse and if you install another new mouse it will most likely do the same thing. Here is what you do. Assuming you have windows click where it says start at the bottom right of your screen. Then click on the option "control panel" If you have windows xp you will click on "printers and other hardware". Then click mouse. This should bring up a picture of your mouse and a tabbed menu. You will go to the tab that says motion and you will be able to adjust the cursor speed via a sliding bar. Let me know if you need any more guidance.
Posted on May 22, 2008
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