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2/23/16
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My Mouse is being weird in Google Chrome, and Google Chrome only. What can I do?

So, for the past week, my mouse in Google Chrome has been acting weird. Basically what it's doing is, on random occasions, when I put my mouse on a link, it will suddenly start flipping back and forth from the arrow to the hand and will keep doing it until I click and then it will open the same window in a new tab, but will open a random link on the old tab. (Thankfully since my school is smart, they have the Baracuda Web Filter so it blocks most of the pages that are pulled up) I have had my school's Tech. Support team uninstall it and reinstall it and that didn't really work. I cleared out my history too so that doesn't help... Can someone please help me? This is getting annoying...
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