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    Hey, when I type long things and don't use the mouse and then move the mouse, it freaks out and moves all around and hits my hot corners and stuff. Bad mouse? Because of no mouse pad? Could it even be the grain of the wood on my desk!? Also, I'm planning on purchasing BT stuff too, so will this be a problem? Also, kinda off topic, but my keyboard makes loud earpiercing screetches when I type most keys. Any thing to fix this?

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    Optical mice can be very touchy at times, depending on the surface they are on. Have you tried using it with a dark, solid colored mouse pad?
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    No, sir. But I'm going to try that.

    Thanks for the tip.

    It could be my desk. It's old and warped. Ugh. I need a new one.

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    if your keyboard is making "earpiercing screetches" then something is wrong with it .talk with apple
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