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Unread 10-05-2008, 01:12 PM   #1
DavidK311
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Wireless mouse issue or Computer?

I have the Microsoft Optical Mouse Blue. Has worked great. Recently, it
takes at least 3 clicks to open web pages and email and pretty much anything
I do on the computer. I changed the batteries so that is not the issue. Is
this a memory problem with my computer or something isolated to mouse? This
is a very annoying issue since I have to click 3 times to do anything.
 
Unread 10-05-2008, 02:12 PM   #2
R. McCarty
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Re: Wireless mouse issue or Computer?

Using either the Control Panel Mouse applet of Intellipoint check the
Double-Click "Registration" speed. This is the detection interval when
the machine registers or detects a double-click.


"DavidK311" <DavidK311@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:61754D3C-3B2A-49A6-A764-2D93C64C7928@microsoft.com...
>I have the Microsoft Optical Mouse Blue. Has worked great. Recently, it
> takes at least 3 clicks to open web pages and email and pretty much
> anything
> I do on the computer. I changed the batteries so that is not the issue.
> Is
> this a memory problem with my computer or something isolated to mouse?
> This
> is a very annoying issue since I have to click 3 times to do anything.



 
Unread 24-05-2008, 01:13 AM   #3
Quaoar
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Re: Wireless mouse issue or Computer?

DavidK311 wrote:
> I have the Microsoft Optical Mouse Blue. Has worked great. Recently, it
> takes at least 3 clicks to open web pages and email and pretty much anything
> I do on the computer. I changed the batteries so that is not the issue. Is
> this a memory problem with my computer or something isolated to mouse? This
> is a very annoying issue since I have to click 3 times to do anything.



Mouses go bad, especially wireless mouses. You can de-install the mouse
drive(s) and reintall. This might help, but I think you mouse
transmitter has failed.

Q
 
Unread 24-05-2008, 02:12 PM   #4
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Re: Wireless mouse issue or Computer?

Reposition the mouse antenna. (Set the part that receives the mouse signal
in a new position such as atop your computer tower)
"Quaoar" <astro_quaoar***********> wrote in message
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> DavidK311 wrote:
>> I have the Microsoft Optical Mouse Blue. Has worked great. Recently, it
>> takes at least 3 clicks to open web pages and email and pretty much
>> anything I do on the computer. I changed the batteries so that is not
>> the issue. Is this a memory problem with my computer or something
>> isolated to mouse? This is a very annoying issue since I have to click 3
>> times to do anything.

>
>
> Mouses go bad, especially wireless mouses. You can de-install the mouse
> drive(s) and reintall. This might help, but I think you mouse transmitter
> has failed.
>
> Q



 
 

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