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intellimouse explorer movement speed

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tommygunner, Jul 14, 2003.

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  1. tommygunner

    tommygunner Thread Starter

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    I have Intellimouse Explorer mouse and am using it with Windows Xp on my new Abit 865chipset system (I have latest BIOS). It works fine except that speed often kicks down after system has been up a while. I have two monitors hooked up and I have mouse set to a high speed so that I can move cursor from one monitor to another without having to move mouse all over keypad too much.

    Anyhow, it works fine after bootup but sometimes will slow down to regular slow speed after it has been on a few hours. I looked at Mouse control thing and acceleration and everything seems to be set in place.

    The only way I have found to fix this is to reboot. I'm wondering if anyone has a fix for this?
     
  2. bistro

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    Not sure.....but it would be interesting to check Device Manager when that mouse slows down...see if there are any exclamation marks next to the device listing. This isn't a USB mouse is it?
     
  3. tommygunner

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    NO, device listings are all good, no exclamations. Mouse is usb mouse with ps2 adapter.
     
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