I have a Microsoft Wheel Mouse Optical (USB & PS/2 Compatible) on a Windows XP SP3 system. When I had Windows 2000 installed the Intellipoint software control panel provided either an Advanced or Acceleration button under Pointer Options > Motion. On XP, there is no such button even after installing version 4 and 4.1 of the Intellipoint software. Versions 5 and 6 do not provide such a button either.
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Click on Control Panel and then Add a Device. Try adding your mouse as a generic HID Compliant mouse. Windows will install a driver. Then go to the download page Microsoft Software Downloads and find the appropriate driver for you mouse, download it and install.
OK what you do is you head to the control panel for the mouse her you should have and option to envert the mouse buttons double clich sensitivity click apply on the window and it will save your changes.
Roll back the mouse driver:
1. Right-click [My Computer]
2. Select [Manage]
3. Select [Device Manager]
4. Locate your mouse on the right windows and press the +Mice ...
5. Right-click HID - Compliant mouse ( or whatever)
6. click [Properties]
7. In the "Driver" tab, Select [Roll Back Driver]
it's possible that your connector isn't properly seated and/or getting a good connection and the large amount of mouse movement that games like Counter-Strike require could be causing it to unseat and reseat sporadically. If your model is a USB unplug and plug it back in "firmly". also you can try using a different USB port.
The reason it's taking 10-15 seconds is because windows is uninstalling and reinstalling the mouse in your hardware profile every time it loses connection. Since this is a fairly memory intensive operation as far as windows goes and you're already playing a video game (which are notorious for using large amounts of RAM and CPU time) that's just how long it's taking.
If unplugging and reinserting the cable doesn't work, your best solution would most likely be to simply go out and buy another mouse.