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Wireless standard optical mouse - pointer moves to upper right corner???

Suddenly, after like 2 years of perfect function my mouse-pointer jumps to the right (upper right corner most oftenly) with no reason. Its often when I left-click, but also when just moving the mouse. Tried replacing batteries and so on, but still the same. What can it be? Using a proper mouse-pad that have worked for ages.

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  • nskodali Sep 10, 2008

    Wireless optical mouse pointer jumps to the top right hand corner of the screen. I replaced the batteries and cleaned the lens but proved to be of no use. Please help. Thanks.

  • johasven Sep 25, 2008

    Yeah, I could have figured that out also ;)

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    suddenly touchpad mouse not working properly; the pointer keeps moving. This coincides with wireless internet access problem

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Replace your optical mouse that's common problem with optical..

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