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Mouse has gone crazy

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#1 NCJeff


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Posted 24 April 2014 - 11:05 PM

Hello , I am having issues with my mouse , I uninstalled it and reinstalled it and that didn't solve anything , I do beleive whatever caused this issue came from installing coo won gaming browser it has all these extra bells and whistles for gaming and including mouse gestures , double click to close , game botting etc... anyways I had this problem before and ended up reformatting my pc and doing a clean install of windows 7 home premium of course all was well  I didnt reformat because of the mouse issue , It was for un associated reasons anyways after the reformat I once again installed coo won browser and shorty after began having my mouse issues , which its now why I think thar browser may be behind the problem ...


I'm not even sure how to descrbe all the craziness , one thing it does is click thru everything . meaning say i have two pages open or two different browsers going one minimized one being viewed and i bring the minimized one up to close it when i click the red X both browsers close , it does this with note pad or anything else I might have behind whatever im clicking on to close ... it also double clicks things like playing solitare for example I have it set to flip 3 cards at once and it will flip 6 or if i set it to turn over one card at a time it turns over 2 at a time , when i have something on notepad and go to copy and paste it i highlight what I want to copy and when i go to select copy it un highlights my selection , if i highlight something then right click and choose cut or delete whatever i had ready to paste gets wiped out  and other annoying crazy things .. oh and another thing it does as it just did it so reminded me I selected a spot in my post here to create spaces or paragraphs and when i clicked the spot i wanted to make space between it highlighted everything above it as if i wanted to copy it , or if i go to hightlight one word or letter when i click it may or may not highlight the entire sentance  it's crazy I tell you



I use malware bytes pro and kaspersky pure 3.0 and though anything can happen I am about positive this is not being caused by a virus or mal ware so I am open to idea and suggestions any and all help will certainly be much appreciated as I would rather not reformat again just over this problem , Thanks , Jeff

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#2 yu gnomi

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Posted 28 April 2014 - 10:09 PM

is it an optical mouse?


if so it could be an overheating issue- I had a cheap optical mouse that acted crazy from the day I bought it. It would work fine for a half hour or so, and then start making spurious right-clicks. If I stopped using it for a while it would cool down and start acting normal.


if your symptoms are anything like what is described in this link, I would say that is your problem http://forums.vega-strike.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=5473

#3 TsVk!


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Posted 01 May 2014 - 02:50 AM

Do you have another mouse to try? It really does sound like a faulty device rather than a computer problem.

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