+ 2 Votes Answer santeewelding 4 years ago You go insane. There is nothing anyone can do for you. + 0 Votes Take it to a specialist for help or buy a new one. Republic00Kayla January 20, 2013 at 4:55pm PST Take it to a specialist for help or buy a new one. + 0 Votes I'm concerned NexS 4 years ago About the new mouse. After a few months, the same problem occurred? What changes were made at the point of it reverting to its fault? Perhaps you've picked up a virus of sorts? Do you have an up-to-date virus/malware scanner installed? + 0 Votes Well depending on the mouse that you bought OH Smeg 4 years ago It may have gone faulty but I would first check the Speed of the Clicks on the Mouse in the Control Panel and make the time between clicks longer. If this is set too fast the system can quite often interpret a Long Single Click as Multiple Clicks on the button. Col + 1 Votes Is It Wireless? techdude60 4 years ago You didn't indicate so. If so, most likely the problem is dying batteries. Happens to me everytime. I throw in a fresh set and all is good again. + 6 Votes Try this solution DarekGrund 3 years ago I had the same problem with my mouse. I was looking for possible solutions, but the only solution I found was this: buy new mouse. That's what everyone was saying. It's hard to believe that this issue wasn't solved since 1964, when computer mouse was developed. Strange huh? What's even more strange, the solution is simple. I'm programmer and it took me only 6 hours to write program that fixes this issue. 6 hours to fix something that appearently couldn't be solved for 46 years? Anyway, you can download the solution here: http://www.experienceit.pl/download - it was tested only on Windows Vista, so there's no guarantee that it will work on any other OS. This application was developed using C#, I can provide full source code so you can improve it. It works for me as it is, but there is always something that can be done better right? Download this application here: http://www.experienceit.pl/download + 2 Votes Mouse fix godmensoftware 2 years ago Few insights into the problem.(1) DSP based mouse use chip to control freeze delay between individual click, if mouse is new this could be a manufacturing defect. (2) As mouse ages, return spring of click button loses stiffness and bounces under clicks and thus produces several clicks for one.Tough Fix: Open mouse replaced click sensors on PCB by desoldering, switching places of sensors and resoldering. *****Easy Fix*****(1) Go to control Panel> Mouse >Double Click Speed and drag the slider to the middle between Slow and Fast.(2) Download Utility MouseFix version 1.0 http://www.mediafire.com/?2cr4157s0rtnm44(3) If rebinds keys and fixes double clicking, you can also use Left Shift as mouse click using this utility, Right Shift remains the same. + 0 Votes Noisy microswitch Thack 2 years ago godmensoftware is right - partially. The problem is caused by the microswitch going noisy. It seems to be more of a problem with Microsoft mice, but none are immune. Sometimes you can generate a rapid train of clicks just by clicking-and-holding, and then moving the button up and down just fractionally (not enough to make an actual click sound). The problem is due to inadequate "debounce". Bounce and noise is completely normal in microswitches, but for some reason some mice don't handle it well enough. It could be fixed either in the mouse itself, or in the mouse driver. I just don't understand why Microsoft/whomever don't sort it out in the driver. Forget about altering the double-click speed in Control Panel. It adjusts the MAXIMUM allowable pause between clicks, whereas to reduce sensitivity to bounce you want to adjust the MINIMUM allowable pause). That MouseFix utility looks good - presumably it deletes subsequent mouse clicks if they occur too close together. As others have said, you can also dismantle the mouse and replace the microswitches - IF you can get the right size/shape. I've done this a few times now. Thack + 0 Votes try this one faizflower 2 years ago hi friend why don't you change the click with another click (the little switch used for clicking)in the mouse. it's easy open your mouse then bring "WD40"or contact cleaner for cleaning inside of switch. just spray on the switch so as it can go inside the switch. if the switch is still having problem then change with other switch in the mouse. mostly there are three clicks (switch) if it's solve then it is clear that one switch is out of order.bring a new one switch or get it from old mouse. regards faizan.... + 0 Votes easy fix kellyclarkson 1 year ago the metal spring in the microswitch under your left mouse button is the only suspect. i fixed my mouse which double clicked on single click with this guide: http://www.uniquestuff.net/fixing_mouse_double_clicking_on_single_click.html + 0 Votes Take it to a specialist for help or buy a new one. Republic00Kayla January 20, 2013 at 4:55pm PST Take it to a specialist for help or buy a new one.