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January 6, 2005 1:26:55 PM

I am using a Logitect mouse. Its not the newest version or anything, just a basic mouse. I think its Logitect PS/2 but who knows. Now, is the mouse messed up or something? Almost once every other minute, it randomly goes straight up to the left or down to the right. Its a wireless mouse and the reciever is less than a foot away. Whats wrong?

My mouse driver version is 9.79.The batteries are good. Speed is 50% and acceleration is low.

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January 6, 2005 6:31:35 PM

just a flat slightly hard surfarce. AT&T circular pad. Itsa acually pretty hard but its bendable
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January 7, 2005 4:43:12 AM

Does it do it when you are actuall holding the mouse? or is it when it is just sitting there idle?
My neighbor said he was having a similar problem but it turned out to just be the slant of his desk moving the mouse just slightly in that direction :) 
Is it a cordless mouseman optical from logitech? I seem to remember mine doing something like that when I had one. I had gotten the Cordless elite duo a while ago. The keyboard still works good but I ditched the mouse a while ago. It was a referb system so I assumed it was just broken, maybe it is an actual hardware/software flaw.

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January 7, 2005 8:57:43 PM

happens when i move it alot for games. thats why im getting a razor dimondback if i cant fix this problem.
January 9, 2005 12:54:01 AM

I think a razor or logitech MX510 would be the way to go, those old wireless mice are terrible for gaming. Ever since I had that mouse I've stayed away from wireless mice. I wish logitech would make a wired version of that MX1000, I'd buy a bunch of them. The lower power consumption would make them ideal for a laptop mouse and of course an extreme gaming mouse :) 

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