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How do you clean, or repair a mousepad?

The mousepad is slow or non-responsive.

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its the mouse ribbon

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Take a hard piece of thin broken plastic with a point and run it around the mouse seam to dislodge anything that may be hindering its operation. Go under the Apple in the upper left hand corner to System Preferences - Hardware - trackpad and adjust the tracking speed

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two ways to fix: unscrew the bottom, remove the ball and take an eraser from a pencil and clean the contacts with it making sure to blow out the eraser particles, second fix, throw it away and buy a cheap laser mouse, it'll work much better.

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mousepad not mouse

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Usually called trackpad. Would be nice if people be more verbose with their questions.

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The speed of the mousepad depends on many factors:

The type of desk it's being used on;

The wages of the worker using it;

The atmosphere in the office.

If you can solve all these you will have a fast, reliable mousepad...

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