|19 Feb 2012||#1|
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Mouse is acting buggy when dragging and dropping
I bought this Razer Naga Molten edition for like 70$ about 90 days ago and up until a few days ago it was perfect. So I first noticed the problem when I was moving icons on my desktop. I would drag an item and suddenly half way to its destination the mouse would act as though I'd let go of the LMB and dropped the item where the cursor was. Now the mouse works fine other than that and its intermittent as though its not always having the issue (although like 8/10 drag and drops will fail because it thinks i've let go of the LMB)
This mouse is still under warranty but any of you who have dealt with the online returns system can understand that exhausting all other possibilities is important to avoid these long return times. Is it possible that this issue is caused by a software or configuration issue?
Also I would like to point out that a few days ago (about the time i noticed the issue) I rolled my Video Drivers back a bit to fix a problem with a game I am playing (unrelated) and it hung on removing the old driver for like 20 minutes. I ended the process (ati install or whatever it's called) and then started installing the new one. It seemed to complete but also hung on the install process. I know this probably isn't related but since it is the only major change that has taken place on the computer I felt it was relevant.
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