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This is usually a cookie or temporary internet file installed on your computer which is manipulating. Try going to control panel/internet options and delete cookies & temp. internet files.
Run your spyware/antivirus also if this doesn't help. If all fails try replacing your mouse.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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