|Make sure it's plugged into a USB port it should be able to work properly in. |
USB devices may not work correctly when they're connected to certain USB ports e.g. ports in a hub or on the front of a desktop case. If you have a desktop computer, you may have an IRQ sharing problem you need to fix, or your power supply may be starting to fail.
See response 3 in this:
Also - if you are using a USB extension cable, some of them have inadequate wiring and will not work properly with some USB devices.
E.g. it should work fine when it's plugged into a built into the mboard USB port - it may NOT work fine when plugged into a front port on a desktop case, or a port in a hub, even when the other mouse does, if it'sUSB .
"...tends to tilt the camera view in WoW(while holding the right or leftmouse button)."
World of Warcraft?
Most of us who answer are not gamers, at least, not anymore. Please don't abbreviate the names of games.
Read the directions for what the mouse buttons do in the game! That may be what they're supposed to do to the camera view.
Check out the web site for the mouse to see if you can find any info about your problem.
Also check for updated drivers/software.Sometimes the ones on the CD that came with it have bugs
It does NOT sound normal to me that the mouse would jump the cursor around before you install software, when the manufacturer states you can plug it in before you install software for it, especially when it does it on all computers you've tried it on. That sounds like a defective mouse to me, unless the web site says the mouse cursor will not work properly until you install the drivers.
Or you could try contacting them by email.