The scroll button on a mouse works very efficiently for scrolling through a long web page or document. It also functions as a third button at the time of the game. But when the scroll button on a mouse starts infinite scrolling, it becomes a nightmare for the user to use the mouse correctly. Do not worry. This problem usually occurs due to a problem settings file. Follow these simple fixes and the problem will be solved very easily.
1. Try plugging the mouse into another USB slot if it's a USB mouse or try another PC to see if it's a problem with your PC or mouse. Check whether the scroll button scrolls automatically or not. If it does, it has probably gone out of order.
2. Try changing the keyboard and mouse battery and see if it works.
3. Search for services in the Windows 10 search box and click services to open the Service Manager. Now, locate Wacom professional tablet service. Stop and then restart the service.
4. Restart computer and check the scroll button again.
If none of these workarounds haven't been checked, follow these fixes:
Fix-1 Change mouse settings-
Changing the mouse settings on your computer will fix this problem.
1. To open the print window settings file Tasto Windows + I.
2. After that, you have to "devices".
3. On the left side, you need to click on "Topo".
4. Likewise, on the right side, change the option "Scroll through inactive windows when I pass over them" for "off".
Close the settings window.
Restart your computer. After restarting your computer, try scrolling a page. Otherwise, go to the next fix.
Fix-2 Uninstall Recently Installed Windows Updates-
If this problem occurred right after your PC received a Windows update, uninstalling it may fix the problem.
1. Open Settings on your computer.
2. In the settings window, click "Updates and security".
3. Then click on “Windows update".
4. On the right side, click "View update history".
5. Under the View update history section, click "Uninstall updates".
6. Right click on the latest Windows update and click "Uninstall".
After uninstalling the update, close Control Panel.
Restart your computer.
After restarting your computer, try to update your computer again.
You can try to check for Windows update whenever you want to follow these steps-
1. Open the Settings window again.
2. Next, click on "Updates and security”Settings.
3. Click on 'Windows update".
2. On the right side, click "Check for updates".
Wait a few moments while Windows downloads the update and installs it on your computer.
The mouse problem should be resolved at this point.