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#16
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well, i have sp2...and its still going way to fast...like a blink of an eye...anything i could type in the registry to slow down the right click menu would help alot..lolz
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See as far as i know its not a value, its on the next click it disapears i dont know why it is doing it unless you have a duffed mouse that is double clicking.
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I'm with warrior on this one. When you right click, the menu should stay on screen until another click or hitting a key on keyboard.
You might try using the shift+F10 key as it serves the same purpose... maybe??!!??
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welll..it doesnt..it just fades in and out too fast.....i know it should stay on...but its doesnt.....
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and i just switched the mouse...still same problem...fades in and out too fast...and new mouse proves that its not double-clicking by itself
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The only way i can think to easily fix a problem like this is to reinstall windows ,but it is a little drastic and you will have to back up all your data.
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lolz...i already tried that....2wice....
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Its possible its a fault with the version of windows you are installing from, i would get a new windows install disk a new one with sp2 on it, however you get this disk it doesnt matter its not illegal to use copies of windows disks as long as you have a valid windows liscence for that computer.
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i ordered the sp2 windows from the windows site...and im sure it cant b corrupt...
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just to elimiante the easy bit, is it a desktop, have you used a different mouse?
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yes and yes
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Well im confuddled but i would talk to the guys in the xp forum, the more able to help you with this than i am, my knowledge of windows is good but i am not an expert on it like they are, they will be able to work something out for you i imagine.
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so...find anything?
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No not really, put a thread in the windows forum, i would look around for you a bit more, but im kinda busy myself i just started uni.
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kool...how is it...is it in canada.?
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