Keyboard and Mouse are two of the most used hardware in computers . We always hope that they will work properly when we turn on our Computer system every time. But when they do not work properly then it becomes really frustrating . It becomes more frustrating when we have something important to do on the computer. Everyone faces some common mouse problems those are :
- Mouse Pointer Freezes.
- Mouse Pointer Does Not Move Smoothly.
- Mouse Pointer Too Fast or Too Slow.
- Mouse Not Working At All.
- Double Click problem .
So now How to Fix those Mouse Problems ?
Don’t worry let’s start Fixing those Problems one by one .
Fix Mouse Problems
Mouse Pointer Freezes
This Problem caused because of high CPU usage or you can say by hanging of some application . In such cases computer mouse will freeze. So in those cases wait a few seconds then see if the mouse starts to respond but If that does not start working , try to launch task manager from keyboard (press alt+ctrl+delete together ) and try to kill the application that not responding . In worst case 🙁 you might have to power-off and restart your computer.
Mouse Pointer Does Not Move Smoothly
This Problem mainly occurred because of dust at the bottom of your mouse surface or mouse-pad especially for laser mouse or optical mouse .So Clean dust at the bottom of the mouse surface and also mouse pad or try changing the mouse-pad that will also help a lot.
Mouse Pointer Too Too Fast or Too Slow
You can configure mouse pointer speed as your need and comfort. For configuring go to Control Panel >Hardware and sound >Device and Printer > Mouse and now set the mouse speed as you like 😀 .
Mouse Not Working At All
Loose connections or mouse connector connected to wrong PS/2 or USB port is the main cause of this problem . In that case, first you can check the physical connection. In worst case 🙁 your mouse may have gone dead so its shopping time 🙁 🙂 .
Double Click Problem
You can configure your double click speed as per your comfort zone . For this you also need to go Control Panel >Hardware and sound >Device and Printer > Mouse.Here you can set up your mouse double-click speed.