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Is there any way to fix mouse double click when single click without a getting a new mouse and required screwdriver for windows?

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Depends on what causes it to double click. 

 

My Razer DeathAdder Elite had double clicking but, I was able to fix it by resetting the mouse by holding down some buttons.

(left, right and middle click for 5 seconds)

 

Not sure if your mouse has a feature like that so, look around on the manufacturer's support page or the manual. 


Make sure to quote or tag people, so they get notified.

 

 

 

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HAIL ODIN
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17 hours ago, Cyberspirit said:

Depends on what causes it to double click. 

 

My Razer DeathAdder Elite had double clicking but, I was able to fix it by resetting the mouse by holding down some buttons.

(left, right and middle click for 5 seconds)

 

Not sure if your mouse has a feature like that so, look around on the manufacturer's support page or the manual. 

it not working, any other way to fix?

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31 minutes ago, youself said:

it not working, any other way to fix?

Have you looked at your mouse's support page or, just tried what worked for me? Yours might need different buttons to reset, assuming it does have a reset function.


Make sure to quote or tag people, so they get notified.

 

 

 

UP THE HAMMERS & DOWN THE NAILS
MAY THE LORDS OF LIGHT BE WITH YOU
BLESSED BE
HAIL CROM
HAIL ODIN
HAIL THOR
HAIL THE MANILLAN EMPIRE
HAIL TO THE BRETHREN OF THE HAMMER

Rest in peace Mark \m/

1957-2018

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1 minute ago, youself said:

replace your old mouse with wireless mouse

WTF does that even mean? My mouse isn't broken like yours.

 

Sorry it's not what your want to hear, but your stuff is broken, you can either repair it as I said or buy a new one. There is no 3rd option except living with it.

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