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Mouse cursor consitantly moving to bottom right of screen

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I have a logitech m317 mouse.  If I leave the mouse idle for a few seconds the cursor will automatically move to the bottom right hand side of the screen (highlights show desktop).  I tried to uninstall and reinstall drivers to no avail.

Any suggestions?
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gwarcher--
I assume this is a desktop PC.  Have you tried another mouse to see if it has the same problem?

If this is something new run a System Restore to a time before the problem started.

Control Panel|Mouse|try changing the settings.  For example mouse pointer speed, sensitivity, etc.

Control Panel|Troubleshooting|Hardware and Sound|Configure
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Re installed device drivers.
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