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Kensington pilot mouse laser wireless model # 72242

Hi, I am having a problem with my mouse. I cant seem to control its movement. I will go to click on something and it is getting harder and harder to hold it in one spot so I can click on the place I want to click. It just moves around the screen with no control on it. I have been having this problem for about a month now...and it is gettin worse. I paid for this mouse and do not want to replace it...i just wont it to work if you would help me out please? and Thank You very much

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This is a dpi problem, you may have to uninstal the driver and re install or download the latest drivers from the manufacture web site. All mice work on dots per inch in conjunction with your screen, so you can try a different refresh rate and see if that makes any difference.

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