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Laser mouse goes crazy

The pointer on my brand new, Dynex DX-WLOM2 mouse often skips around the screen crazily and uncontrollably. It moves when my hand doesn't, at lightning speed. Fresh batteries didn't cure it. The crazyiness subsides after some use, but it starts again if I step away from the PC for a few minutes. Different surfaces don't fix it. I installed the Dynex driver and checked all setting in the control panel. I don't want to return it because the matching keyboard has a WONDERFUL key feel that I just love.

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  • Chris doelen Feb 09, 2007

    To expand on this a bit, Windows XP Professional warned me during installation that the keyboard had not been officially approved by Microsoft, or some such. It worked fine at first, then the skipping started days later. The keyboard is now starting to act up; some keys must be hit repeatedly to make them work. I have no beef against Microsoft, but I'm beginning to suspect that they set a boobytrap for other equipment makers who don't work within their development system.

  • Chris doelen Feb 12, 2007

    Turns out the colour of the mouse pad was the problem: I tried the suggestion of a black surface, and my wild mouse was instantly tamed.

    My old mouse pad had a black and white photo on it, which must have driven the laser nuts.
    Thanks, Fixya and Tomj23. Apologies to Microsoft.



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Hey men i tried this i mean the black pad an it did well for me i thank yu every one an hope that yu will be helped as yu helped us thanks

Posted on Oct 06, 2008


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Its probably not Microsoft?s fault even though they are an easy target for all of us. When they say the software hasnt been certified that means it hasnt met the standards required to ensure stability in most environments. This is their way of protecting the consumer from buying something that may cause problems but at the same time allowing you the ability to override the warning. If you override the warning then you have to accept the ramifications?. That aside there are a couple of things we can try; however, the flaky keyboard behavior screams driver issues to me: - Try using a different surface for the mouse, a piece of black paper or a mouse pad will do for a test. Some optical mice don?t like the way some desktops reflect their LED light and can behave as you describe. - Try brand new-high quality batteries you absolutely know are fresh and working. - Totally remove all software and reinstall from scratch. - If you?re plugging the mouse into a USB port try powering down the computer and using the PS2 port for the mouse instead. Mice in my experience overall work better using PS2 ports on PCs that have them. - If after all this you still have no success then I would suggest you call Dynex support and ask if they have a driver that is written correctly for Windows. If not I would return it and take a look at Logitech, Microsoft or one of the other venders that make mouse/keyboard combinations with well written drivers. I hope that helps and that others don?t feel obligated to flame me. At any rate if you have any other questions please let us know and as always don?t forget to rate the posting.

Posted on Feb 09, 2007


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