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Hi i have a new unit which i have my computer, speakers, keyboard and mouse on seeing as the old one broke. Anyways my mouse is a laser mouse and wouldnt work on the unit it would but it was unuseable. Anyway ive brought up some mat from downstairs and yes it does work onit. BUT sometimes when im moving the mouse to do things it ends up in the top corner of the screen if i was no where near it and stuff. So basically it jumps and all. How can i make sure its steady and easily comfortable to use like before.

Thanks alot
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bump!
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please help guys :)
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anybody?? :)
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Nice name very tasteful.

Anyways what kind of mouse do you have?

Laser mouses have a tendency to jump when its on the incorrect type of terrain it was meant for.
Cheaper laser mouses do this more often.
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Well its a logitech laser mouse and has been fine before. On the unit i had before it worked great and was very comfortable to use without the mat now on this new unit that i have to use a mat it jumps abit.

What would u recommend
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Hmm. This doesn't seem right at all. Did you say it was a cordless mouse? In either case, try replacing the battery if it is, and then:

1. Plug your mouse into a different USB port.
2. Try your mouse on a different computer.

What is the exact model of your mouse?
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not sure of model and it isnt wireless just laser instead of a ball as i said i dont know the model so im sorry there but its a logitech one if that helps
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is it a gaming mouse,

or look on the bottom of the mouse and see if there is the model number there usually 2 letters and some numbers
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logitech

RX 250
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Hello,

The only thing I can recommend for you to do now is to visit the manufactures website and Click on "support" at the top of the page. Since they specialize in their products, and offer e-mail support, then I would try giving them a whirl and see if it helps any. Here is the website http://www.logitech.com/
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Thank You
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No Problem . Any time :)
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