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Why my mouse

Itchey

Googlemeister
mouse settings usually have to do with what else is going on when a page is loading. Not sure what else youhave going on, but a tuck mouse is indicative of your processor being busy doing other things. I don't have that problem here and currently using Mozilla with 7 pages open and downloading another 100+ page catalog. Mouse is as fast as I can move it. The computer is a 6 year old AMD Turion 64 @ 1.8 mgh and 2 gigs of Ram.
If your worried about Malware then MalwareBytes available free @ Malwarebytes.com is for you and free.
For virus's there is a host of software as you are surely aware.
CCleaner & Glary utilities completes the cleanup and registry arsenal.
One word though... Check to see what else is going on. Adobe is updating almost daily now, and Windows Xp has also released a lot of updates over the past couple of weeks. You may be doing updates if you have it set to automatic and not even realize it.
 

ROOT

Administrator
Staff member
This Site has absolutly no spyware, virus or tracking cookies whatsoever. It does use java scripts and a caching system so pages do not have to load every Image every time you navigate from one page to another. Be sure your Java is up to date It also uses cookies to keep you signed in and keep track of your read items. If you do not accept cookies or move accross mutiple IPs it could slow down your navigation, however it sounds like you have something that is using a lot of processing power, try another browser and see if you get the same affect.

if anyone else is having this issue please describe your symptoms.
 

C~Scape

New member
why does my mouse move slow in this site but moves great on all others? I am worried about viruses here, should I be?
Why is it every time you have something wrong, you worried about viruses or something like that here?
Sorry, I'm not filling well. Too many cop story's under new posts today.
 

Uncle Charlie

New member
I wasn't meaning to be negative, I apologize. I just posted what I was concerned with. The same thing happened not so long ago and Root was taking care of it at the time. I felt then I had waited to long to mention the issue. I have never had virus issue or mention one, so get your fact straight.
 
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ROOT

Administrator
Staff member
LOL have you ever tried to play the higher levels of attack of the fan girls ? I have had simular issues with VB on there own site but I am pretty sure it was a fault on my browsers end then. we did have some errors and our server was attacked a while back, last time that UC was reporting difficulties I found was during a php update to the server. I have not had much computer time to investigate further, Spring, Landscaper and all ....
 

Uncle Charlie

New member
It happens now and then but is not an every time problem and this is the only site it happens on. Don't worry after c scapes comment, I will not say any more about a possible problem here. I have found it's better to say nothing then read all the child like BS that gets thrown out there.
 

Stumpy McDugal

Cracker OG
Staff member
In general, mice do not get viruses. But they can be over loaded depending on what else is running on your system.

I would check your mouse settings and reload the drivers.

I wouldn't worry about what others type, use a grain of salt as they say.
 

Uncle Charlie

New member
I didn't think the mouse would get a virus. I was remembering the time before. ( roots post above ) and a virus came to mind after reading something about a new hacker thing or something in that area. I know Root does all this the right way. I also knew, that he would answer without being offended.
 

C~Scape

New member
Ya..... Uncle Charlie, Some times I can just be an ass Or as some would say.............................:asshole:
 

Mamabear

Well-known member
Actually, any program on your computer can be given a virus. Most, these days, involve tracking you, stealing from you, or shutting down/erasing hard drives. I don't think Root minds if you report something that seems/looks suspicious.
 
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