Upgrade to a $10 mouse. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826105026
Have that one and it works perfectly. MS mice are usually good quality and cheap. The first optical MS mouse I had had random cursor movement though...
I actually use this one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826105148
But the 2 are essentially the same other than 2 extra buttons. I have both mice, both work good.
I'm not one for wireless stuff if I can help it. I have a wireless router to my notebooks, but other than that, I use all wired. Even my desktop is wired to the network, I had to run the wire through the garage to get it there, but I don't like wireless if I can help it.
Originally Posted by ~mr mixx~
well the best thing i do for a troubled mouse.
if it's an optical mouse : check the batteries
if it's a regular mouse : try taking out the ball from it and gently cleaning it, then clean the inside chamber area where the ball sits.
next if that don't work : just un-install the driver for it in devise manager, then reboot.
when widows loads back up, it will re-install the driver for you and should fix the problem.
Or if it's a cheap mouse, it just went out and you need a new one...
Correction on the optical mouse and batteries, it only needs batteries if it's wireless.