Mouse wheel scrolling issue?

My scroll wheel "jumps" when i scroll. It's been an issue for a long time now. I might have to open it. Idk how to open a hama am-7300.

5 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Go to search bar at bottom left and type in mouse .  Go to mouse settings and reset the number of lines it can scroll .  Move the slider over to a number you like like 7 and then try that.  See if it fixes it.  Or a different number that you choose.

  • 1 month ago

    There are thin spaces on either side of the mouse wheel, and over time, dust and dirt can get in cause issues with the scrolling of the wheel. Try cleaning the mouse, especially around the wheel, using compressed air

  • 1 month ago

    Before you try something complicated, you should perform some basic troubleshooting operations.

    Restart your computer.

    Clean the dirt of the mouse wheel.

    Connect your mouse to another USB port of the computer if possible.

    Replace the mouse batteries if you are using a wireless mouse. This is because old batteries can give rise to irregular behaviors.

    In another program like Notepad or Word, try scrolling the mouse to have a check.

    Disable Certain Mouse Scrolling Features

    If you are using a Microsft mouse, you may find many features in the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center. They are problematic when it comes to the issue of mouse wheel scrolling wrong way.

    As it turns out, disabling some features can be helpful to fix the issue of the mouse wheel not scrolling smoothly. Do as follows:

    Open Control Panel via the search bar in Windows 10 and let Windows display all the items by large icons.

    Click the Mouse link to open the Mouse settings window.

    Go to Change Mouse Wheel Settings > Change Microsoft Mouse Settings to open the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center.

    Under the Basic Settings tab, disable Accelerated Vertical Scrolling and Reverse Scroll Direction.

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  • 1 month ago

    borrow someone else's and see if it has same problem.  if it does, replace the mouse driver.  if it does not, the mouse is damaged and you need a new one

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  • David
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    If you remove the plastic feet you will probably find the screws underneath.

    Remove the batteries and check for a screw there. Hopefully it will then open up.

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