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SOURCE: Scroll bar

Try reinstalling the mouse driver.

Posted on May 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Mighty Mouse won't scroll down

Use an alcohol pad on the scroll ball. roll it a bit, and it will work again.

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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SOURCE: I want to control the speed of the wheel on the

Control panel - > mouse - > wheel.

The options in there will allow you to change the speed.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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SOURCE: scroller goes up when scrolling down

This works for all mice.
click the scroll button and movie it up and down for a while and it will work just fine.
i had the same problem with my acer mouse but when i looked at a forum for the mac os x mouse someone said this tip and it worked

Posted on Jan 17, 2010

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Scroll bar won't work on some e mails


You need to fix IE8 to have it work properly with GMail, by turning off Compatibility View. 1. In IE9, press the Alt key to toggle the main menu bar on first.
2. Then in IE8 or IE9 click Tools and choose Compatibility View Settings
3. Remove google.com from the big text box if it is there (in some versions it may not be.)
4. Uncheck the three checkboxes under the text box - this is very important, or Microsoft will just switch CV back on again next time you start IE.
5. Restart IE.
That should cure all your scrolling problems.
To deal with your sidebar you have three options:
1. Hover your mouse over the section you want to see to expand that part - i.e. mouse up to your labels to have them all drop down, or mouse down to the bottom to see your Chat contacts
2. Grab the bar which divides the two sections and drag it down till you can see all your labels
3. Collapse Chat till you need it by clicking the Chat bubble icon at the bottom of the side bar.

Jul 29, 2016 | Dell Computers & Internet

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I am unable to hold down the left mouspad key and scroll down the page


Try putting the pointer on the little bar in the middle of the scroll bar.While you hold the left button down.If you want to go from one end to the other fast click inside the track.If your mouse has a wheel click any where on the page and roll the wheel and the page will move.Some wheels can be clicked down like a left click and in this position a four way or to way arrow will appear and you can just move the mouse in the direction you wish to move and stop and the page will scroll at the speed that you stop at this is auto scroll . Some wheels will move the page sideways by pushing the wheel to the side.I like Logitech products.Thank You fur choosing FixYa.com.

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May 23, 2011 | Logitech Cordless Mouse

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Hi, I can't remember what buttons to push on my keyboard to switch from one computer to the other with my belkin 2 port kvm switck? can you help me, Ive just set up the system in another office. Thanks...


Short answer:
There are two ways to switch from one machine to the other with the keyboard
1. Press Scroll Lock key twice, then the Up or Down arrow key.
2. Press Scroll Lock key twice, then enter 01 or 02.

Long answer (from the manual posted at www.belkin.com):
You can select which computer to operate by either the front-panel push button
located on the top of the Switch or through hot key commands. Note that it will
take 1-2 seconds for the video to display after switching. This is due to the
refresh of the video signal. A re-synchronization of the mouse and keyboard
signal also takes place. This is normal operation and ensures that proper
synchronization is established.
You can conveniently change ports on the Switch through a keyboard command
sequence using the "SCROLL LOCK" key and up and down arrow keys. To send
commands to the Switch, press the "SCROLL LOCK" key twice within two seconds.
You will hear a beep for confirmation. Then you can press the up or down arrow
keys to switch between ports.

You can switch directly to any port by entering the Switch port number you wish
to use. For example, if you press "SCROLL LOCK", "SCROLL LOCK", "2", the
computer on port 2 will be selected.
AutoScan Mode
In AutoScan mode, the Switch remains on one port for eight seconds before
switching to the next. This time interval cannot be changed.
To enable AutoScan mode, press "SCROLL LOCK", "SCROLL LOCK", "S".
Note: There is no mouse or keyboard control in this mode by design, in order to
prevent errors. If it were enabled, the user could move the mouse or use the
keyboard while the KVM Switch is switching to the next port. This could interrupt
communication between the computer and Switch that might cause erratic mouse
movement, or result in errant display of characters when using the keyboard.
To disable AutoScan mode, press the space bar.

Feb 05, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Dell mouse not responding; diagnostics results says test passed. mouse works on other PC


Hello,
There is a very good chance it's one of two problems. First, while theoretically you can connect tons of USB products, sometimes USB ports can be kind of hinky... Try unplugging something else USB based and plugging in the mouse or try several different ports. Also be sure it's not plugged into a USB hub and is going directly into your computer. If this works play with the arrangement of your USB devices until you find a configuration that works, maybe you'll have to switch out a printer or external drive while using your USB mouse...
If this doesn't provide a solution the next thing to do is to uninstall the pointer device driver in device manager and allow it to re-install.
If you don't have an alternate mouse to complete the task, here is the keyboard shortcuts for Windows although depending on your version of Windows it may be slightly different.
-First hold the windows key and hit the r key (win+r)
this will bring up the run menu
-Next type mmc this will bring up a management console
-Next press the ALT key and hit the down arrow key
(this should drop down the file menu, if it doesn't please try ALT+F)
-Use the arrow key to scroll down to Add/Remove snap in and hit enter.
-Use the arrow key to scroll down to Device Manager and hit ALT+A to add the device manager to the console. Hit enter.
-Make sure local computer is selected if this menu comes up and hit enter.
-Hit enter one more time bringing you back to the console with the device manager added.
-Hit tab to get to the center console and scroll down to mouse.
(If tab isn't doing anything please hit the ALT key once.)
-Hit enter to open the tree if it isn't already
-Scroll down to mice and other pointing devices (or something along these lines) and hit the right arrow key to expand the tree again.
-Select the USB mouse with arrow keys
-Hit the alt key again then the down arrow (not together) and then the right arrow key until you get to the action menu and use the arrow key to go down to uninstall and hit enter.
-Wait a moment and then go back to the action menu (you may have to hit tab just keep trying tab and the down key (not together) until a menu opens. Go over to the action menu again and choose scan for hardware changes. The computer should recognize the mouse and now work.
I hope this helps you. Thank you.

Jan 04, 2011 | Dell U0636 Mouse

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I want to know how I can change the mouse from left to right


Control panel and mouse. Look for Buttons and you can change the settings there. On Windows 7 just press windows key and type mouse....

You can also tweak other things, like how fast or jerky the mouse is, and how fast a double click needs to be for YOU. Also the scroll wheel can be altered for more or less scroll per rotation...

Nov 04, 2010 | HP Wireless Optical Mouse

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The scroll button does not work: it scrolls up, but won't scroll down.


this is very common with these and something I have found myself. The ways to try and clean are to turn the mouse upside down and while it is clicked in, rub in the mouse ball in all directions and you should feel some dirt dislodge.

Alternatively you can wet a lint free cloth and do the same action. There are usually mixed results for this but at the momment this is the only way to at least try and fix it.

Usually rubbing the scroll ball upside down allows the dirt to fall out.

Good luck

(as an alternative small way around this, space bar does scroll down in macs but I know this is not ideal, but what I am stuck with at the mo!!)

Nov 29, 2009 | Apple Mouse

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I have a gateway laptop. At times I have a little wheel that can be used anywhere on the screen to scroll up and down and then it seems to quit working and I have to use the slide bar on the right side of...


Go to the control panel and set up your mouse. If this doesn't fix the problem, take the mouse apart and blow the dust out where the wheels with slots are. There is a small eye that detects movement in the wheels. If that doesn't fix it, the mouse needs replaced.

Aug 08, 2009 | Compaq Presario CQ60-220US PC Laptop

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Scroll bar on the right side of my touch pad scrolls too fast how do i slow it down


It depends, do you know if there is an icon down in the taskbar near the clock that has options for your mouse, if there is then you would double click that and there should be options in there.

May 26, 2009 | Gateway MX8711 Notebook

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Two port kvm belkin


Switch to the First PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [1]
Switch to the Second PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [2]
Previous Active Port [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [Up Arrow]
Next Active Port [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [Down Arrow]
Switch Audio to the First PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [F1]
Switch Audio to the Second PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [F2]
AutoScan Mode [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [0]
Change All to the First PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [A] [1]
Change All to the Second PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [A] [2]

Other information:
In AutoScan mode, the switch remains on one port for 10 seconds before switching to the next. This time interval cannot be changed. To exit autoscan mode press [Spacebar].

When in AutoScan mode, no mouse or keyboard controls. If the user moves the mouse or uses the keyboard while switching the connection between computer and the switch might be interrupted and cause erratic mouse movement and errant display when using the keyboard.

Maximum resolution supported is 2048 x 1536 @ 75Hz.

If mouse movement is erratic:
make sure you do not have more than one mosue driver installed. Make sure that the driver is either for a standar PS/2 mouse or a Microsoft compatible PS/2 mouse. Make sure you do not have any mouse drivers loaded in your CONFIG.SYS or AUTOEXEC.BAT files. Avoid moving the mouse or pressing the mouse button when switching ports on the switch. You can reset the mouse and resume porper mouse movement simply by unplugging the mouse from the switch and allowing 2-3 seconds before plugging it back in.

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Nov 03, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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Turn off scroll button


hold down the fn key and press the scroll button.

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