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Sometimes your problem happens because of a conflict between the hardware and a software program: To solve this problem you must—as you said—delete the registry of that hardware with uninstall to the latest software. To make it right you must follow the steps at this link How To Delete the UpperFilters and LowerFilters Registry Values To know the registry ...


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The normal advice when setting the delay to "No Delay (always on)" did not work, is to use regedit to go to the following registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\PrecisionTouchPad And change "AAPThreshold" from 2 (or whatever value it is) to 0. You may have to reboot for it to take effect. The behavior might also depend ...


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This sounds like more of a hardware issue than a settings issue. Given the large amount of hits with "Flex 2 touchpad issues" you're likely going to experience this issue until you switch to using an external keyboard and mouse or replace the laptop. That said there are several things to try. Try using the laptop while unplugged. Apparently it's ...


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As far as I know you will have to do a bit of programming to get the speed of the scroll wheel from a specific mouse. For example you could use C# and write a program that selects a mouse (I know this is possible) and gets the current scroll value. See MSDN for more info. Just a tip: Why not use an Arduino. It's much more flexible and easy to program. Using ...


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I have never experienced that, in many years of accidentally swapping the keyboard and mouse in systems with two PS/2 ports. The only thing that goes wrong is you can't type anything, and moving the mouse might generate a few arbitrary keystrokes.


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It sounds like this mouse may have broken. The best way to tell is to plug up the old mouse up to a different computer to see if it has issues on that one as well. If it works fine on a different computer than this would mean you're having driver issues with that mouse on the first PC. If it's a special type of mouse try and re-install the drivers. If it's ...


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In the interest of saving your own valuable time. You should just buy a new mouse. They seldom have out of the box defective issues. They come with there own new drivers. A mouse can be acquired at most computer stores very economically. This is verified by Microsoft.


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You may be able to fix this by re-installing the mouses's driver. It's also possible your mouse has reached it's end of life. Steps for re-installing mouse drivers: Go to "Control Panel/Hardware and Sound/Devices and Printers". Find your mouse, right click on it, and chose "remove device". You will get a prompt asking if you are sure, click "yes". ...


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I have been experiencing the same problem for quite some months. Its been quite sporadic and random. One article that I read (sorry don't have the link) suggested that Dell laptops have this issue. The problem is due to some bug in the Bluetooth adapter drivers. So if you are using the internet by Wi-Fi, turn off the Bluetooth adapter and see if this solves ...


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Problem On Windows XP SP3, USB mouse is recognized as HID-Compliant device under Human Interface Devices category. The mouse does not work. Solution Go to the wrong device in Device Manager and manually change it to HID-Compliant mouse: Connect a functioning mouse such as a PS2 mouse In Device Manager expand Human Interface Devices Right-click ...


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View -> Page Display -> Enable Scrolling Fixed it for me.


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I can confirm that the $4.99 (at time of writing) TouchMe Engine, with its gesture-editing windows store app TouchMe Gesture Studio, allows you to map new gestures to the mouse scroll wheel, so for example I've been using three-finger swipe up and down to drive the mouse wheel up and down, and another gesture to make the on-screen keyboard appear or ...


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You could use xnee to record your mouse action and replay it later when needed. There's a gui for it called gnee. I didn't have very good results with it last time i tried but that was a long time ago, things might have changed since then. Here's what i used for the recording: $ sleep 2 ; xmessage ready ; sleep 1 ; cnee --record --mouse --keyboard -o ...



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