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Microsoft Wireless Mouse 7000


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#1 zuXi

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Posted 18 January 2010 - 03:01 PM

So i just bought this mouse about an hour ago. The cord
on my 2year old mouse stopped working. So i charged
the mouse for a bit, installed everything, the cd didnt work
so i had to use the website.

Everything is installed, everything functions properly, but
the mouse feels like its hauling its self to areas on its own.

Going down is faster than going up, feels like it jolts instead
of smoothly moving.. This is also the case in my games, I
notice it more cause my aim is jolting over the place. Its not
a huge jolt, but i notice it and its making playing unbearable,
and anything else.

Im thinking it could be the surface im using, but there is no
real difference if i use something else.

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