Do not worry: we have the solution. Actually we have several.
The first one comes from the now defunct CPL gaming league. It comes in the form of a tiny reg file named mouse_fix.reg. Just click on it and it will modify the mouse settings in your registry file.
If you are still unsatisfied with your mouse you can try different values for the registry settings. This is where Cheese's Mouse Fixes comes into play. It contains a tone of reg files, one of them sure to be to your liking.
Last, but not least is The MarkC Windows 7 Mouse Acceleration Fix - a collection of reg files grouped by mouse DPI intended to fix the mouse acceleration on Windows 7 systems.
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