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waynf

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I am not sure if this is a hardware problem or not.  When scrolling through pictures folder, it acts like my mouse is out of control, the scrolling just races out of control. The mouse: Fargus #10 wireless. Model PAWM10U

 


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Delete tumbnails and reinstall or install latest version of the mouse driver.


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What are tumnails?  Are you referring "thumbnails" and do you mean change from thumbnails to list setting?


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I am referring to media files thumbnails which is cached by operating system. If you want you can use below batch script codes to delete thumbnails and icon caches. Copy/paste below batch codes to notepad and save with name İconCache_Rebuilder.bat make sure to save file with bat extension. Save all open files and close all programs and run the İconCache_Rebuilder.bat bach script as a administrator to delete thumbnails batch file will also restarts your computer so make sure to save open files you may have working on.

@Echo off
cls
taskkill /im explorer.exe /f
cls
ping /n 2 127.0.0.1 > nul
del /a /f /q %LOCALAPPDATA%\microsoft\windows\explorer\*.db
cls
del /a /q /f %LOCALAPPDATA%\IconCache.db
cls
ping /n 2 127.0.0.1 > nul
shutdown /r /t 3 /c " Re-Starting Windows OS to Re-Build İcon Cache."
exit

What are tumnails?  Are you referring "thumbnails" and do you mean change from thumbnails to list setting?


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Well, the easiest way to check if it is a hardware problem is to plug in another mouse and see if problem is still there.


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