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Strange mouse glitches

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Posted · Original PosterOP

A friend of mine currently has some issues with his mouse.

His problem is that after he moves his mouse, the position of the mouse sometimes gets reset to a previous position. I asked some of my friends, and so did he, but no one seem to have an answer.

See video below for details(He talks in german, but you can ignore what he says; The glitch is pretty obvious.)

 

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A quick google search by me didn't found anything related. Any ideas,fixes, etc welcome!

 

 

What we've tried so far:

 - Changing Mice(Is that the correct plural of Computer Mouse?)

 - Installing, reinstalling, removing drivers

 - Restarting

 - Unplugging graphics tablets, etc.

 - Changing the mouse surface(Mousepad/Pants: Same issue :/) (Sugessted by DigitalHermit)

Nothing worked so far :/

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Try changing mousepads...

 

It might just be the surface that you're using it on...

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Actually, we didn't thought of that. Unfortunately, this wasn't the Issue :/

Thanks anyways.

(Edited the post, so everyone can see what we've tried so far)

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Actually, we didn't thought of that. Unfortunately, this wasn't the Issue :/

Thanks anyways...

 

It's fine...

 

Try checking the cable for damage and try cleaning the area around the sensor...

 

I've seen this happen on really old ball mice and I doubt that it will be the same for newer optical mice...

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I remember back in the days, when mice still had balls, and if you didn't clean them often enough, your were getting wieredness...

Retarded joke aside, this isn't the issue. We've tried different mice. Seems to be no hardware problem :/

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