Hello Reynard9 and welcome to Toms!
I have a few steps here that may help us shed a little more light on what the actual issue is, try these and lets see what we learn:
Step 1: Open up "Device Manager" which is located in Control Panel, does it show any "errors" or caution symbols? Does the list look like drivers are installed correctly?
Step 2: In Device Manager, open the tab for "Mice and Other Point Devices", are all of those working correctly? Right click on the different options and choose properties, it should give you a "Device Status" which will tell you the current state of your device. Any errors yet?
Step 3: In Control Panel, you can go into "Mouse", which is the settings and features of your mouse. In there, you can change click speed, mouse speed, and just about anything else. See if anything in there strikes you as odd.
With those 3 steps, we will learn if this is a simple problem or a complex one. If you can get back to me after you have done those, that would be fantastic! Until then...
- Harrison Whitmarsh
Lincoln Nebraska USA