Question about Keyboards & Mice
If the motion is completely inverted, look around for some unknown utility (e.g. using AnVir Task Manager Free ) that's doing this unliked job for you. If it's just kind of not moving right, take out the ball and clean the -rollers- the ball goes up against which are exposed by removing the ball...use a fingernail or nail file or something to get it back to being a smooth rod, or buy an optical mouse already! Mice can eventually go bad because the IR emitters and receivers inside get jammed with dust; so if it's moving only 1 pixel at a time if at all, you can carefully clean it out with compressed air. The electronics can go bad, too, oddly enough. So it's possible you need a new one.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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