mouse not working correctly on laptop

February 25, 2019 at 18:00:38
Specs: Windows 10, intel core IS
Mine is doing the same (moving wrong direction) with win 10 and rebooting is not fixing it. it moves at a 45 deg from proper wanted direction

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February 26, 2019 at 02:18:31
what model mice do you have?

also here is an universal program that can fix such issue:

i5-6600K[delid]@4.7GHz/4.4GHz cache/@1.395v LLC=6 | 2x4GB Crucial-DDR4-2400CL17@14-15-15-28 1T 3000MHz@1.4v | Sapphire Nitro+ SE RX 590 8GB@1525Mhz core@1.0v/2260MHz@1500 timings BiosModded

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February 28, 2019 at 15:03:08
It looks like that program can only make 90-degree adustments.

If the mouse really is going at a 45-degree angle, I would very
much like to know how that happens. It could be mechanical,
within the mouse, but I suspect it is in the driver, mainly because
so many people report similar problems. My mouse behaves
something like that, occasionally moving on both axes instead
of just one.

In any case, the problem needs to be eliminated, not just
compensated for.

Have you cleaned the mouse's underside?

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis

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February 28, 2019 at 15:29:08
"This driver requires Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8 or 10 and can be installed on top of your mouse driver to manipulate mouse, touchpad, trackball or (new!) absolute touch screen or graphic tablet movements on the fly: you can optionally invert (reverse) the Y- or X-axis, or both, or rotate axes direction by 90, 180 or 270 degrees (free degree setting is planned)"

a lot can happen in 2 years, just gave the link as a suggestion :)

i5-6600K[delid]@4.7GHz/4.4GHz cache/@1.395v | 2x4GB Crucial-DDR4-2400CL17@14-15-15-28 1T 3000MHz@1.4v | Sapphire Nitro+ SE RX 590 8GB@1525Mhz core@1.0v/2260MHz@1500MHz timings BiosModded

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February 28, 2019 at 20:32:10
Also are we taking about an actual mouse or the touch pad on the laptop.
If it is the touch pad then download the latest touch pad driver from the manufacture's web site and install it.
If you want to try this first, you can delete the touch pad from within Device Manager (do not delete the driver at this time if asked) and restart the machine again. Windows will detect the touch pad and reinstall it.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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