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Old 01-04-2005, 03:38 AM   #1
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Erratic mouse pointer with wireless USB mouse

I'm running FC3 with a wireless USB keyboard/mouse (Creative Wireless 6000).
However, the mouse pointer on screen moves in an incremental manner - it jumps from one location to the other - as if the pointer location is updated with to long time intervals. The faster I move the mouse, the longer the pointer "jumps" to the next location on screen. Direction and distance the pointer moves makes sence - but the "timelag" is frustrating.

Is there any way that I can "tweak" the USB interface or mouse settings to get a smother pointer on screen?

I'm new to the penguin world, and need some advice on this.


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