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Topic # 70242 20-Oct-2010 14:38
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Hi there.

My Mouse, which is just a standard HP one, seems to double click when I only click once. This doesnt happen all the time but it is becoming abit frustrating especially for gaming on the PC. However in saying that, it doesnt just happen when gaming. It also happens when opening folders, clicking files etc.

I might click, and it will click once (like its supposed to), but then the next time I click it might double click when I have only pressed it once.

It doesnt double click all the time, just randomly.

Its not a setting, im thinking maybe something inside of the mouse is pushing something down so I would need to unscrew the mouse? Or is there another way to fix this?

Thanks for all the help :)

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  Reply # 394112 20-Oct-2010 19:49
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Switch is dead in it. Open it and replace it if you like the mouse. Im on my second left click button in my now unobtainable microsoft trackball.


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