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My mouse keeps double clicking...

H

Henrik

#1
I am running Vista Business sp1 and I have logitech MX1000 mouse.

My problem is quite annoying - When I singleclick with my mouse, it quite
often double clicks instead - even though I did a singleclick.

I have tried to uninstall the logitech setpoint software, but it didn't
help. The mouse is connected to a KVM switch (which I also tried to replace,
without any aprovement), and when I connect to the other pc that is
connected to the KVM (XP), it works fine.

Anyone got an idea ?

Reg.

Henrik
Denmark
 

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H

Henrik

#2
Nevermind... I just googled some more and found people saying that they have
had they same problem. It's the mouse that is not working.

I just tried to install my notebook logitech mouse and it seems to be
working smoothly :)

Henrik

"Henrik" <happyhenrik@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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>I am running Vista Business sp1 and I have logitech MX1000 mouse.
>
> My problem is quite annoying - When I singleclick with my mouse, it quite
> often double clicks instead - even though I did a singleclick.
>
> I have tried to uninstall the logitech setpoint software, but it didn't
> help. The mouse is connected to a KVM switch (which I also tried to
> replace, without any aprovement), and when I connect to the other pc that
> is connected to the KVM (XP), it works fine.
>
> Anyone got an idea ?
>
> Reg.
>
> Henrik
> Denmark
 

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S

Steve Thackery

#3
This is quite a common problem with Logitech mice, although well-used
Microsoft mice do it sometimes, too.

It's caused by the microswitch going noisy, so it generates multiple pulses
when operated.

Nothing you can do other than get a new mouse.

SteveT
 

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