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kevin estrella Posted on Jul 24, 2007
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What can i do to fix my logitech mouse??

When i plug in my mouse it will move side to side and then up and down it will do this alot of times then it will stop...well before this happen my mouse could not work at all...so then i updated the mouse thats when it moved side to side then up and down...so what can i do to fix that and let work normally???

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If this mouse is NOT an optical mouse, then one can take the "Ball" out and clean the rollers.. often they are full of crud.. if its an Optical one .. then ya probably gonna need a new one sry :(

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