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Windows 7: Mouse is double clicking with only a single click.

13 Mar 2014   #11

Win 7 ultimate x64 sp1

is it wireless? may need new batteries if it is. i had this problem last year & again recently & new batteries fixed it.

i replaced a logotech mouse mtwo years ago after it started exhibiting the same problem, new batteries didn't fix it. the switches inside were worn. new mouse fixed it.

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13 Mar 2014   #12

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
If you are getting Windows Updates for Windows Defender you do not have enough anti virus protection. Windows 7 Defender has been obsolete for years.

You don't list your anti virus in your specs.
I recommend installing and updating Microsoft Security Essentials.
Then do a complete scan.

Microsoft Security Essentials - Microsoft Windows

I have Eset Smart Security. Version 4 I think.

Windows defender is just there in background, thats just a fire wall is it not? I dont even think its running tbh.

oh and to the last lad that posted about maybe being a wireless mouse, This is a USB mouse. I grabbed another one that was lieing around and its not happening now. So maybe its just a hardware type thing, the mouse is plain broke. I may try open it an see if there is dirt or something clogging it. Its either that or the driver is some how screwed up :/

on that note, does anybody know a decent place to get a mouse? Im in Ireland, I was goin to go the place I bought the PC in few years ago or ebay but seen as we on subject. Komplett is the shop i use btw!
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