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kishon647

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i'm using a mini dell optiplex desktop that i generally just connect to my monitor.

and it seems to have been rectified but now When i click on links or etc it doesn't register right away ... i have to click multiple times forcefully so it could be registered =/


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Perhaps you need a new mouse?  You can right click on Computer and select Manager then Device Manager.  Click on the arrow in front of Mice and Other Pointing Devices.  Find your mouse then right click on it and Uninstall.  Reboot.  It will reinstall the mouse and sometimes that will help.


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i did that , i even did a clean reboot , uninstalled mouse , tried a different one . and problem still persist & the website redirecting came back urghhhhhhhh this is so frustrating!!
 


Edited by kishon647, 28 August 2020 - 08:04 PM.

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