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PROBLEMS WITH MOUSE

When I click once with the left mouse button, the mouse actually double-clicks. This is causing major problems with applications and with game play. HELP!

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  • kareni Jun 17, 2008

    I have the SK-6000 model but it does the same thing ... at some point when I click oncce on the left button, it's as if I double clicked and everything gets selected in between my clicks. And once it does it, it won't stop, no matter what application I'm in. I have to reboot my PC to get it to stop.

  • Anonymous Aug 12, 2008

    Same problem but on a MAC OSX. Any remedies??? Extremely frustrating.

  • Anonymous Sep 17, 2008

    I have a Razer Copperhead mouse and about 30% of my left clicks get counted twice (and sometimes more!). Quite annoying when you try to click a tab in Firefox and it closes the tab since it got a double-click.

  • Anonymous Sep 30, 2008

    same for me

  • Anonymous Apr 11, 2009

    I have the same problem.
    Using "Worldvet" advice doesn't help because he's giving the same advise as everyone else who has this problem. You can simply google "double clicking mouse" and get a ton of this.




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FIXED, I managed to fix my copperhead last night after its been sat under my desk for the past 4 months with doubleclick problem. I peeled off the lower slider foot, removed the QC sticker off the screw, removed the screw and took the top off the mouse. inside, under the faulty button (left mouse button for me) there is a little black box with a small thin white button on top. i very carefully lifted the black box slightly off its connection with a small flathead screwdriver then pushed it back down again. i did this with the mouse plugged in to usb blue lights on and everything. it stopped double clicking instantly, hope this works for anyone else. let me know.

I can now use my razer again. wooooooooooooooooo

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Hello,

Are you using a Logitech G series or othe gaming mouse?

Regards,
Worldvet

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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    Glenn Rogers Jun 04, 2008

    Hello,

    I'd like to work with you more on this. The problem is in a property page setting where the property sets a single click to a double click. This is either in your Control Panel, Mouse properties or in the Logitech asset program. I have a G series but I know about the Razor Copperhead and wish I had one myself.

    The settings in the Control Panel, mouse property sheet for buttons and the property pages for you Razor can conflict and this happens quite often.

    So, check the Mouse settings in Control Panel, for the Windows system side, usualy the second tab and see if you're set the same for button control as in the Razor's property setup. You also may have to check the game you're playing now to see what setting it inherited as default because ifs one or the other.

    And, when the settings in conflicting hardware management programs, as in gaming keyboards or mice, do conflict it affects your system registry. You may want to get a hold of the free edition of Registry Fixer and run that after to have both settings the same for your mouse in the Razor settings and Control Panel, Mouse.

    You can get the free Registry Fixer, that as a tech I install on all my client computers, at this location Scroll down the page until you see the entry and start your download. It is adware free, etc.

    As always, feel free to comment back if you need further guidance or one to one email messaging. I usually here to help at all times. Had a touch of the flu bug today... sorry or I would have gotten back to you sooner. I don't just try to help users, I help users fix their problems.

    Regards,
    Worldvet.



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