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Old July 26th 07, 07:34 PM
7Case 7Case is offline
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Default Wireless Mouse problem

Ok I have a Microsoft wireless Laser mouse 6000. Recently it has not been cooperating. The cursor is not consistent with mouse movement. I even replaced the batteries too. Is it that the mouse is going bad?
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Old July 27th 07, 12:39 PM posted to comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.chips
Jesco Lincke
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Default Wireless Mouse problem

7Case schrieb:
Ok I have a Microsoft wireless Laser mouse 6000. Recently it has not
been cooperating. The cursor is not consistent with mouse movement. I
even replaced the batteries too. Is it that the mouse is going bad?




Are you using a mouse pad and if so, what are its surface
characteristics? Try a different surface for your mouse and see if it
works better...

Jesco
 




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