We recommend you first try the following three solutions. These are pretty quick and easy to apply and might fix your scrolling issue with Windows 10.
First, we need to determine if your issue is related to your mouse or if it’s a system bug. Here are some things you can try before you start troubleshooting Windows 10 itself:
- Unplug your mouse, then plug it back in after a few minutes.
- Plug your mouse into a different USB port .
- Make sure your mouse cable isn’t damaged.
- If you’re using a wireless mouse, check or change your batteries.
- Make sure there’s no dirt blocking your scroll wheel .
- If a controller is plugged in at the same time as your mouse, unplug it.
Unplugging and moving to another USB port also applies to wireless mice, moving to another USB port even if you swap with another device will assign a new device ID. I know this action was laughed at by some, but with the knowledge of Device ID, you can walk away with the last laugh. LOL - Leave the haters and naysayers in the dust! haha - PcHelper since 1996 visit our hosting services below link, Thanks!
These tips help you confirm that your mouse and USB ports are in working condition.
Windows 10 still keeps scrolling by itself? Follow one of our other solutions.
People have reported that logging out of your local Windows user then logging back in again can solve issues with Windows 10 automatically scrolling.
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