Anyone having the same problem. know a fix?

geek_ratherbefishin, May 16, 3:43 am

Stop tickling the mouse
Or better still check the sensitivity controls for the mouse

geek_raf55, May 16, 3:57 am

Yep done that.

geek_ratherbefishin, May 16, 3:59 am

Remove any hairs etc that are in the sensor under the mouse, replace batteries if cordless.

geek_pyro_sniper2002, May 16, 3:59 am

Optical mouse?, if so unplug and plug in again. If you use an optical mouse but having this problem while not using it find mouse and turn off. Friend had this problem, using computer, had left mouse it bag turned on.

geek_wayne416, May 16, 4:03 am

Try a different mouse

geek_suicidemonkey, May 16, 4:05 am

Corded mouse?

geek_ratherbefishin, May 16, 4:19 am


geek_namtak, May 16, 8:52 am

If a corded mouse they suffer electrical breakdown of the USB cord close to the mouse
Hold the mouse still and just move the cord ans see what the curser does

Had 2 do the same

geek_ntalke, May 16, 9:05 am

Optical mice react to certain surfaces erratically, if it is the same area where it previously worked ok give the surface a good clean, or try different mat, those with images or patterns can cause problems.

geek_cookee_nz, May 16, 6:53 pm

ALL very good & common answers .

Well done ;-)

geek_mrfxit, May 16, 9:31 pm

Is it a laptop ? Your palm might be brushing the onboard mouse.

geek_jefrys17, May 17, 12:35 am

Change the batteries

geek_dawn1, May 17, 12:59 am

Ours was doing that at work, turned out we had a virus.

geek_rarogal, May 17, 1:04 am

mine did that and always wondered why - it stopped when I bought a new mouse

geek_coralr, Nov 14, 10:26 pm