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Question about (MUKUA) Mouse

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...mouse settings, go to Start>control panel>printers and other hardware>mouse and check that it isn't set to one click as being a double click, check all other settings also especially the click speed ...

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Question about Latitude D600 Notebook

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...mouse settings. You might want to check your computer or mouse documentation to see whether the manufacturer recommends particular settings. To change your mouse settings Open Mouse Properties in ...

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Question about Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse VSBX300008

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mouse settings. If the mouse settings are ok. Then you need to replace the mouse. For more information please visit the below mentioned link. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/setup/personalize

Question about Inspiron 1501 Notebook

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mouse settings because the only thing that can change is the buttons from the touch pad. So, if you can give me a solution, I'll be gratefull. I use Win XP the control settings for a mouse is the same

...of my mouse I have a problem with right button of my mouse Go to the control panel and click on the mouse settings. On the mouse settings tab there should a way to set the button to react

Question about OP-50 Mouse

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Setting up problems for my mouse I have a wireless rechargeable ''Delux'' optical mouse. I have installation disc, but no setting up instructions. How do set it to be the default mouse for my pc ...

Question about Cordless Mouse

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...to find the mouse settings that are right for you. Click Help to find detailed descriptions of these options for your mouse. Click Apply to save your settings. Click OK to exit SetPoint. Good ...

...mouse settings in windows Vista: Click the start button the select Control Panel From the control panel click on Hardware Finally click on Mouse. This will open a menu where you can set all sorts of ...

Mouse Port? Now you may have to set BIOS on - with regard to: (1) - Legacy USB Support -(Either Support or Disable) (2) - USB settings to what Motherboard supports Try also to upgrade the drivers/bios

...settings I've already checked. It sounds like the mouse has failed (a hardware problem). It's easy to troubleshoot by testing with another mouse ... and ideally an identical one. If the next one also ...

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