I've had several meeses do this! Open it up and blow it out! I have 14 cats and mine is usually jammed with cat hair that it picks up off of the mouse pad. Look for a tiny screw under one of the sticky labels on the bottom of the mouse, and even if you can only partially separate the top and bottom, you can still blow it out with a can of compressed air. Good luck!
For about the last 2 months or so I've been getting a strange issue with my mouse cursor where it feels very inaccurate/jittery, almost as if it is on ice or something. I spend a lot of time on games, namely Dota 2 and CS:GO and it drastically effects my performance to the point where I cannot really play at all.
It's really starting to bother me as I cannot determine what the issue would be and have tried multiple things to troubleshoot it.
So far I have
-Used multiple mice on my computer and they all experience the same issue, I have also used the mice on a different computer and do NOT experience the issue. Also tried different mouse pads with no results.
-Messed around with DPI and mouse acceleration, and every other mouse setting there is in windows 10
-Reinstalled GPU and mouse drivers, and kept them updated
-Disabled Game DVR and Xbox application in windows 10
Then about a month ago I bought new parts for my PC (I was due to upgrade it) everything EXCEPT a new GPU and monitor. After this I still experience the issue.
This is my current set up:
-Mobo: Asus Z270G Gaming Motherboard
-CPU: Intel core i7-7700
-Memory: Corsair vengeance 16gb ddr4 2x8 2400mhz RAM
-PSU: Seasonic X-650
-GPU: Nvidia GTX 970
-Mouse: Steelseries Sensei 310
-Mousepad: Steelseries QcK+
-Monitor: Samsung S24D390 60Hz
I plan on upgrading my GPU and monitor within the next 2 weeks to possibly a 1070/1080 and a 1080p 144hz monitor. I am hoping that this will fix the issue but aren't sure if it stems from this area.
I was wondering if anyone knew anything that could possibly have this effect on the mouse cursor for both hardware and software? I have found very little information on it online, but came across one thread that mentioned it could maybe be due to electricity (as in grounding/popwerpoint etc). Would love to hear what you guys think!