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Problems with my monitor 11 years 4 months ago #19829

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Hi, I have recently got a CTX 720A monitor from a friend http://www.itreviews.co.uk/hardware/h415.htm and while viewing something on a webpage, it just scrolls down a little bit on its own (even when i didnt touch the mouse). anyone experienced this before or got any idea on how to solve this annoying thing pls? any resonse appreciated. thanks

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Re: Problems with my monitor 11 years 4 months ago #19831

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Is it an optical mouse. I have seen that with optical mice before when the surface hasn't been too good.

Also, i would try to see if there are up-to-date drivers for the mouse.

I could be wrong but i have never come across this issue with a monitor being the cause.

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Re: Problems with my monitor 11 years 4 months ago #19833

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Is it an optical mouse. I have seen that with optical mice before when the surface hasn't been too good.

Also, i would try to see if there are up-to-date drivers for the mouse.

I could be wrong but i have never come across this issue with a monitor being the cause.

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Yes, it's an optical mouse (wireless). I'll see the drivers are up-to-date....thanks

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Re: Problems with my monitor 11 years 4 months ago #19836

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As Smurf says it can happen with optical mice i've seen it happen a lot with them and when a mat is put in place it resolves it straight away.

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Re: Problems with my monitor 11 years 4 months ago #19839

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Is it an optical mouse. I have seen that with optical mice before when the surface hasn't been too good.

Also, i would try to see if there are up-to-date drivers for the mouse.

I could be wrong but i have never come across this issue with a monitor being the cause.

Cheers


Yes, it's an optical mouse (wireless). I'll see the drivers are up-to-date....thanks

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