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cartzz

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I have a really annoying problem with my mouse, no matter what setting I put it on, it assumes that a single-click is a double click. So, if i have a program on the bar, i click it once and it opens and shuts because it assumes i have clicked twice.

Any solution?

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wannabe1

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Hi cartzz...

Open "Control Panel", then open "Folder Options". Under the "General" tab, tick the radio button next to "Double click to open an item (Single click to select)".

Does this help?

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no this doesnt help...its not just a problem with folders either, it happens with everything
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What kind of mouse are you using? (make and model #, please)
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The mouse is an A4 Tech Wireless Optical 3D Mouse, model: RFSOP-48
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Try installing These Drivers for your mouse.
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