Originally Posted by xcomputer
then u might as well get a . mouse that worth 10 bucks and I quote "If your a hardcore gaming" .. then u might spend abit of money on your equipment. true.
But why spend $45 on a mouse pad? If u spend like $70 for a mouse I think it's fine, but a mouse pad? I have a mouse pad that I got for free, and gues what?
It does the job perfectly.
But to the real problem, check the drivers. Also u could check the mouse settings and make sure that everything is fine in there. The wireless mouse is not that great for gaming, but it definitely shouldn't cause problems like that.