Solution 1 - Comment from dudge669:
I downloaded the newest version of Microsoft’s “Intellipoint” mouse drivers and I can now scroll both directions and the downward scrolling doesn’t jump half the page like it did before either. Another side effect to this though that didn’t exist before installing the newest Intellipoint drivers is that like msujaws just mentioned, I can’t click down on the mouse wheel to scroll (but I never did that anyway). It might just be because of the new Intellipoint driver’s “instant window view” feature which is actually pretty cool.
Bottom line: If you’re having trouble scrolling down in chrome, update your mouse / Intellipoint drivers!
Solution 2 - Comment from kutluay:
I had the same problem with scroll up. I’ve removed lenovo mouse drivers and everything started working fine… try to uninstall unnecessary software.
Then use troubleshooting.
It brought up an interactive window, telling me to run the app having the problem and then select it from the list. I did that, it said try it now, I did, it worked. The troubleshooter said it had added the app to the exception list and that some apps manage the mouse internally. I guess you can do that directly by clicking the advanced button just below the troubleshoot button.
Solution 4 - Comment from Jc:
Found a post that mentioned it was fixed by closing the Dell mouse software, which for me was the mouse icon by the clock (right-click -> Exit). This will allow me to workaround the issue until google fixes it.
One of these solutions should definitely help you in correcting that issue. If it does, then do leave a comment thanking the commenters for it If it doesn’t, do leave a comment leaving details on what exactly is the nature of your problem and details on your hardware and we’ll try and find a solution for it
Update: Solution 5 - Comment from pixelboy:
To fix this problem with the IBM/Lenovo Scrollpoint mice do the following:
Well Happy Chroming fellas...