Re: scroll button has stopped working
Do you have another USB mouse to test if it is this mouse.
I can only think that it is a hardware problem (low battery power, no it is
usb. Dirty mouse wheel, causing a weak connection, possibly) as I have seen
the same problem when my batteries in my wireless mouse start to run low.
Web browser programs seem to be the first programs to be sensitive to mouse
If this does not happen on all web sites, then possibly it could be because
of the way a web site has been designed.
"gratchet" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> no it is a usb mouse
> "rob^_^" wrote:
>> Hi gratchet,
>> Is it a wireless mouse?
>> I have noticed this myself, when the battery starts to go flat, IE is the
>> first to get a sticky mouse, even though other applications appear to be
>> Try changing your batteries if this is the case.
>> "gratchet" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> > hi,
>> > i have ie7 and windows xp. Recently i the scroll button has stopped
>> > working
>> > when surfing the web. It is not hardware because the scroll button
>> > works
>> > in
>> > outlook and other applications - it has previously worked with ie7.
>> > i can grab the bar on the right by left clicking and scrolling down but
>> > cannot use the mouse wheel.
>> > The mouse is a logitech mouse.
>> > I haven't changed anything on my pc recently apart from taking the
>> > latet
>> > updates and installing spore.