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Wireless mouse erratic behaviour

Tweet Follow me Tweet #computertraining Tweet to @support We recently received a call from a customer that the brand new wireless mouse that they had received for Christmas, was acting erratically.It seemed to have a mind of its own. The cursor would either lag behind or jump in front of their hand movements and was driving the customer batty.Upon arrival at the customer’s home, I saw that the wireless mouse transmitting device, was plugged into the USB port on the front of her desktop computer.I have discovered in my years of working in the ICT field, that having a...
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