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    Fanatic Enthusiast Rapesauce's Avatar
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    Right Click FFFFUUUUUU---

    I have a LX7 Logitech Cordless Mouse, and the right-click doesn't work except on the start-up. Also, my computer is a bit unresponsive for some reason.
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    Re: Right Click FFFFUUUUUU---

    If it's a laptop, you could use the right-click near the trackpad

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    Re: Right Click FFFFUUUUUU---

    ^ And if it isn't a laptop? :P

    First make sure the drivers are all up to date, and then try the mouse on a different computer. If the same problems persist it's probably some form of hardware fault.

    I suggest you switch to a corded mouse anyway. If you get a good one the cord is very flexible and doesn't get in the way. I've been using a corded mouse for ages now and I prefer it so much. No charging, no flying through batteries, and from experience they tend to last a lot longer too.

    Plus I've never experienced any hardware issues with corded components... Other than back in the day when PS/2 was really popular and I bent one of the prongs by accident.

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    Re: Right Click FFFFUUUUUU---

    Quote Originally Posted by Skype
    ^ And if it isn't a laptop? :P

    First make sure the drivers are all up to date, and then try the mouse on a different computer. If the same problems persist it's probably some form of hardware fault.

    I suggest you switch to a corded mouse anyway. If you get a good one the cord is very flexible and doesn't get in the way. I've been using a corded mouse for ages now and I prefer it so much. No charging, no flying through batteries, and from experience they tend to last a lot longer too.

    Plus I've never experienced any hardware issues with corded components... Other than back in the day when PS/2 was really popular and I bent one of the prongs by accident.
    First time you were actually helpful...
    Anyway, thanks that worked.
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    Re: Right Click FFFFUUUUUU---

    Sweet, problem solved.

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    Re: Right Click FFFFUUUUUU---

    Quote Originally Posted by 1337
    Quote Originally Posted by Skype
    ^ And if it isn't a laptop? :P

    First make sure the drivers are all up to date, and then try the mouse on a different computer. If the same problems persist it's probably some form of hardware fault.

    I suggest you switch to a corded mouse anyway. If you get a good one the cord is very flexible and doesn't get in the way. I've been using a corded mouse for ages now and I prefer it so much. No charging, no flying through batteries, and from experience they tend to last a lot longer too.

    Plus I've never experienced any hardware issues with corded components... Other than back in the day when PS/2 was really popular and I bent one of the prongs by accident.
    First time you were actually helpful...
    Anyway, thanks that worked.
    First time you made a post where you weren't making yourself look like a dick..


 

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