Mouse isn't working correctly during gameplay

  Koochy 20:42 29 Apr 2008
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Good evening all,
I am having a bit of a problem with my mouse, i have just bought and installed rainbow 6 vegas 2, the problem i am having is my mouse is very jerky and keeps moving in the direction i moved it even after i have stopped. so the control is rather testing to say the least.
I have tried all different settings for the mouse i.e. pointer speed, snap to, enhance pointer
precision, i have installed the latest drivers for my mouse (Hama Lazerstream) i have even tried another mouse but to no avail.
i have the resolution set to 1440x900 as this is the correct size for my screen (17.2" widescreen laptop)
I have tried adjusting the resolution down and still no joy.
I can play call of duty 4 and Halo 2 with no problems at all.
Does anyone have any ideas what else it could be please as i am going up the wall.
O/S Vista home premium
Nvidia Gforce 7600 go 512mb
2GB ram
Pentium centrino duo T5600
any more info needed just ask and i will do my best.

  Koochy 21:04 29 Apr 2008

Bump

  citadel 21:10 29 Apr 2008

i think there is a patch to fix the malfunction patch v1.01

  Koochy 21:16 29 Apr 2008

Do you have any idea where i get this patch from?

  citadel 21:24 29 Apr 2008

fileshack.com

  Koochy 21:32 29 Apr 2008

Thanks for that - i am busy downloading it now and i will let you know how i get on.

K

  Koochy 21:41 29 Apr 2008

I have downloaded and installed the patch and still no joy, any other ideas please?

  Koochy 22:16 29 Apr 2008

bump

  Koochy 11:26 30 Apr 2008

Still having problems - i am off out to buy a gaming mouse to see if that makes any difference

will post back to let you know

  Koochy 09:17 02 May 2008

The problem with my mouse jerking has now been resolved with the purchase of a new mouse - i think the other one was just too sensitive.
Thanks for the input.

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