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RubysMom

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Last weekend I got a new HP with Windows 8.1, everything is working great EXCEPT the mouse on Facebook.  I've tried the Logitech mouse that I formally used and the new mouse.  It works fine on all web pages and software I'm using but when on Facebook, it works for a few seconds, stops for quite a bit and then works for only a few seconds again, as if its trying to catch up with the website.  Any answers on how to fix this?


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:welcome:

Which Browser are you using ? What about other websites how is the reaction on the same browser.

 

Which Logitech Mouse, wired,wireless ? Model ?

 

Are you using Logitech setpoint software ?


Edited by jds63, 24 May 2014 - 09:05 PM.

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Thanks for your response.  I decided to try a different browser and it works perfect now!  I've never had an issue with just ONE website! Thanks again!


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Your Welcome, you sure your issue is fixed ?

 

Should be reasons why this is happening to this browser only.

 

If you are satisfied then o.k.


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