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iMac - Sticky Mouse


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I am new to mac and have an Imac with a cordless mouse.

The mouse seems sticky, simular as if it was the old track ball type and needed to be cleaned.

Is there any thing I can do or can it be a software problem (As you can see I was a PC user so everyting used to be a software issue)

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If your talking about it tracking differently than in Windows, then you should check out this thread


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Um which mouse is it? Does it have two buttons?

If you don't know, which iMac is it?
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