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Defaults Vertical Scrolling is 3 Horizontal Scrolling is 3 Registry File Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop] "WheelScrollChars"="3" "WheelScrollLines"="3"
I suspect that you wanted to ask "Why doesn't it work from BIOS"? In which case: You need drivers to use something. Your on-motherboard firmware knows precisely which hardware it shipped with and it has at least partial support for them. If you add a random third party device then you will also need to add drivers for that. Either via a ROM on the plug in ...
First, I assume that manufacturers can(and sometimes do) override default settings. That being said, on the three unaltered (default set-up) systems I've checked running Windows 10 the settings are as follows: Mouse Primary Button: Left Mouse Wheel Scrolls: Multiple lines at a time (as opposed to a screen at a time) How many ...
Try to debug the issue deeper. First, it sounds like the verbosity of your debug log can be higher, if you don't get any messages related to HID hang-up. Second, try to "regress" the issue. Try to use a USB 2.0 hub between your "Debian machine" and your audio and mouse devices. Try different tree configurations, say, the mouse is connected to the root port, ...
Go to the Start menu and select Settings > Devices > Mouse & Touchpad (alternatively, you should be able to search Mouse and touchpad and find the same thing). There should be a settings to adjust the delay/turn it off. Also turning off the "Use a two finger pinch to zoom" setting may help, but you will lose this functionality. The reason for the ...
On your place, before diving into soldering as @julie-pelletier suggests or buying a new mouse as many other suggested, I would consider trying the following steps to recover proper functionality of the mouse: There could be a situation when the mouse sensor what contacts with a surface is not clean. You can clean it with a Dust removal spray. There could ...
This has been confirmed to be a bug in the current Chromium release. The next stable release of Chromium (around July 26th) will revert back to xinput1 from xinput2, which will fix this issue.
I think you are looking for XPadder. It can interpretate inputs from any gamepad to a mouse/KB commands. I'm not sure its very comfortable to use XBox controller as mouse for everyday usege, but you can configure to use analog sticks as mouse. From my expirience it reminds using the trackpoint (or pointing stick).
Try this: Alt + PageUp/PageDown
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