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jasonfreefall freefall Posted on Apr 26, 2007

Mx1000 tripping out

Hi ,my mx 1000 is being weird it seems to have a mind of its own ,sometimes this improves with a change of surface but not for long ,in game my buttons dont always repond and I cant hold the thing steady??? I dont know if its a driver problem or what???? any Ideas???? ty J p.s its no different if I have otherstuff running at the same time im gaming or not !

  • garthcat Nov 27, 2007

    I have a similar problem that can best be described as the mouse "tripping out". The cursor doesn't jump accross the screen so much as just being erratic. This is most troublesome when dragging an icon. I never know where its going to wind up. I suspect the laser window might be dirty but I have no idea how to clean it. Any suggestions?

  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2008

    I have the same problem

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As it turns out the base station was to close to my pc and the cord at the back was not in properly I sespect .

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I had this same problem for a while, and found some information stating that if you've got it hooked up via USB, it can go wibbly sometimes. Mine used to jump around the screen, and in gaming, it translated to me all of a sudden looking up and to the left. If you still have the PS/2 adapter for it, try using that for a bit and see if it helps.

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Hi for one make shure you have good battery and also double check the sensor for debris if you have done this try moving the reciever away from the comp to see if maybe it is interfering also if you have a cordless phone base near it try moving it to see what it does i hope these work good luck

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