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My GE wireless mouse 20331 is acting erratic and moving all by itself. I've changed options in control panel and it still is doing this. sometimes when I point and click it jumps to something else not what I pointed at. How can I fix this please and thank you. dpringle_2000@yahoo.com

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the first thing that I would recommend is making sure that it is clean underneath since it is optical debri on the laser area can cause eradic behavior. My second suggestion would be to uninstall the software that came with it and just use the standard controller. I had to do that with a trackball that I was using because the software that came with the trackball wasnt playing nice with the operating system but once I removed that software the unit worked fine.

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