Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by cuteee, Feb 6, 2014.
Logitech m325 (win8.1).
In win XP it's work fine.
go to Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\mouse and check your settings.
btw are you related to ian82? just curious
Just luck. Typical sign of a dying mouse, not software dependent. Though it can be fixed easily, just open it up, get your soldering iron and some dead spare mouse from the attic, and replace the little switch inside. Dead mice usually have their right- and middle-click switches in pretty good shape.
It's make trouble also in win XP but I almost don't see that.
I have different good mouse.