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My cursor slides off of the screen (by itself) when I click & drag!

My cursor moves across the screen if I try to click and drag something! Sometimes, it also likes to draw squares and rectangles while it does this. It always moves to the right on a diagonal until it hits the top of my screen... & then it just keeps on sliding until it's off the screen! I try to click the buttons during this but it does not respond until I take the "brand new" batteries out and put them back in. HELP!!!

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    pjr6racing Mar 16, 2009

    my cursor goes directly to the top right corner of the screen and keeps going as far as it physically can. I can move it back but it shoots right back up there again. My mouse is a microsoft optical mouse and has worked fine for ages. I thought it might be a virus and looked at the processes screen with much difficult as the only way i can use the mouse is by using the laptop controll in the keyboard to steady the movement then use the external usb mouse to click what i need to. I saw a process called drager flash up then vanish, is this a virus/ trojan. I did virus scans with norton and nothing, this morning i woke up to have another go at fixing the issue and the problem has reversed its now going to the bottom left of screen and acting the same way. It just returns when i move it away. please help if you can :)

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Seems there is something internally wrong in your mouse or you use the mouse on a very strange material base. I have heard that optical mouses can have strange behavior when used on glass tables or thick woolen carpets, a mouse pad would solve it. If that does not work and it's still under warranty, just ask for replacement or repair.

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