Just a tiny bit of back story on this: I got fed up with my mouse randomly double (or even triple) clicking on me today and decided to look into it. The more I looked, the more I found out that it wasn't just my mouse's issue, it wasn't even just a brand issue. The double clicking issue seemed to affect basically any gaming mouse as it aged. Not everyone experienced it, but those who did found it very annoying and even felt that it interrupted gaming. I noted that Razer seems to have the most complaints though (sadly my mouse is a Razer). My mouse was out of warranty, but I wasn't willing to get a new one just yet so I started looking up solutions that would at least get me another year. This post I think nails the issue on the head. Of course, mice using different switch types may be more or less immune to the issue and may require a different fix. Below, you will find the results of my search. I didn't work for very long, so if anyone else found a fix for the issue please feel free to share it. Given the prevalence of the issue, I think this thread will be helpful. Fixes fall under 2 categories: software and hardware. Of course, the prefered solution is to RMA if your mouse is under warranty. Software - These solutions are usually simple programs that intercept clicks that occur too quickly (usually within 0.1 sec of the first click). There is always the danger of downloading malware with this option Kai's Mouse Fix - This did not completely solve my issue Another mouse fix I found - This is an excellent fix Hardware - These solutions aren't too intense hardware wise, you usually just need a screwdriver and an exacto knife, but you likely void your warranty and you run the risk of bricking your mouse completely. Overclockers Community Guide to fixing your mouse I haven't really tested any hardware fixes yet since I test the easiest solutions first ^^. I might just stop on that foreign page I found since it looks like it's working. These software solutions need to manually be added to your startup to be effective though . If you have more ways you fixed your mouse, please post. I hope this thread can compile some good advice for people who suffer this problem in the future. I'll add your fix to the lists in this post too .