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Mouse y-axis too slow compared to x-axis

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My new mouse`s y-azis is too slow compared to the x-axis, ex: if i move as a circle with the mouse it will make a elipse on screen. I couldnt find a way to change x,y axis seperatly. I need help 😞

 

sry bad english.

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Hi@jellow,

 

Welcome to HP Support Forums. Best platform for all sorts of solutions, tips and tweaks to your questions/issues.

 

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Mouse movement issues. Is that right?

 

Thank you for sharing the issue details. I would like to help you.

 

I recommend you try the steps from the link below and check if that solves the issue.

 

http://hp.care/2ffI83q

 

Hope this helps. Let me know for more.

 

Happy posting.

 

Resolv_S

 

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