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    bigdawgfoxx's Avatar Big Dawg
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    ok alot of times when i click my mouse once...it clicks TWICE instead..it started happening yesterday and is still happening? Is this more then likely the mouse? or could it be a software problem or something? thanx for any help...my damn warranty ran out on my computer like 5 days ago haha
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    Sounds like the microswitch in the mouse is wearing out.
    Replace the mouse, they start at around UKú2 in puter fairs around here.
    if your font size is this small i'll add you to my ignore list because you're wasting my time, OK?

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    clocker's Avatar Shovel Ready
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    Or try Control Panel>Mouse>Buttons>"double click speed" and see if you can adjust to compensate for any wear.

    Or buy a new damn mouse.
    Heck, in my neighborhood you could have all the free mice you wanted if you didn't care that they weren't cordless/optical. Since everybody has converted there are probably hundreds of old style mice mouldering away in desk drawers.
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    Mouse u/s or put it on one click and see how it goes for now.

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    Originally posted by clocker@24 November 2003 - 20:06
    Or try Control Panel>Mouse>Buttons>"double click speed" and see if you can adjust to compensate for any wear.

    Or buy a new damn mouse.
    Heck, in my neighborhood you could have all the free mice you wanted if you didn't care that they weren't cordless/optical. Since everybody has converted there are probably hundreds of old style mice mouldering away in desk drawers.
    God knows i only switched because the keyboard got crap spilled on it (sister) and the mouse broke. (lost alot of online games.)

    lol

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