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Help! My mouse closes my browsers.


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lorenzo

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I'm new here and I've been trying to figure out what is wrong with my computer, I'm using Windows ME and It use to be just fine but for some reason my mouse goes all crazy and closes my browsers and right clicks, left clicks so fast and I'm not even doing it... I thought it was a virus but I've done so many scans with updated McAfee and everything, even done one from the net and still found no viruses.

I'm tired of it because it seems every time I use I.E. or FIREFOX my mouse moves by itself on the screen and closes the programs, please if anyone can help me please let me know It's urgent! Thank you.
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gerryf

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wired or wireless mouse?

If wired, please visit the forum in my signature and follow the instructions at the top
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What instructions? All i see are forum rules at the top and threads...
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read closer, the part where it says CLICK HERE gives several steps before posting there.

That will take care of 70 percent of all malware without even asking a question of the malware staff (who are dreadfully overworked)
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