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How to control how much screen moves when I roll my wheel

Under Tools, Options, I turn off smooth scrolling.
Under Control Panel, Mouse, Scrolling, I adjust vertical scrolling speed.

But the span that the screen jumps is not exactly what I want, I want the screen to jump a little more than it does.  But the Control Panel, Mouse, Scrolling, vertical scrolling speed, does not have a fine enough adjustment to get what I want.

Is there a way to make a finer adjustment to the vertical scrolling speed?

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raymm3852
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YGregersenCommented:
Did you mouse come with software or have software to download?
My Logitech and Microsoft mice both have software that I can fine tune.
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raymm3852Author Commented:
I'm using an optical mouse through a KVM.  I don't have software.
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YGregersenCommented:
What kind of mouse?
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raymm3852Author Commented:
Optical mouse with scrolling wheel
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YGregersenCommented:
What brand/model please?
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souseranCommented:
Also, what make and model of KVM? Some KVMs will revert to the system's default mouse driver regardless of the make and model of your mouse or any software installed to support it. As a result, they will not allow the degree of finesse you require.
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raymm3852Author Commented:
Mouse:  Super Ergo Optical Mouse s/n A0001708

KVM = Trendnet TK400K
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souseranCommented:
The TK-400K 4-Port KVM Switch "supports Microsoft Intellimouse, Optical Mouse, Logitech Net Mouse and more."

Is your Super Ergo Optical Mouse an Adomax product?

Although the Trendnet does indicate mouse support for "more," it appears to prefer Microsoft and Logitech mice and software. Do you have either a Microsoft or Logitech device that you can try with the KVM to test this theory?
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YGregersenCommented:
The easiest test would be to plug the mouse directly into the pc you are working with. If you get a more precise response then likely your KVM is not allowing the mouse to reach its full potential.
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