Nope I dont have another mouse thats USB, I have 2 that are serial.<br><br>I have cleaned the ball and the 3 little wheels inside.<br><br>Really weird like it trips over clickable areas, moves fine otherwise. Just trying to aviod runing disk first aide.<br><br>
It doesn't sound like a hardware problem since it happens only over clickable areas. Are you on X? If so, why not fsck?<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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OOoops sorry.<br>OS 9.1 G4 350 - mouse is that hockey puck doo hickey.<br>IE 5.0<br><br>No other browsers.<br>I guess I should run Disk First Aide before something really goes bad.<br>It seems that when my daugther runs Illustrator alot things start to get strange - just my observations.<br><br>Hey super Mahalos folks.<br><br>
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