Problems with Mouse

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Golfcart03

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Hi:

I have Logitech MX 510 and 518 mice and when I go to certain websites, I can check out a few things but then my mice freeze up and I can go anywhere. I have to back out of the sites and start on that site all over again, only to get the same problem.

I am running a Gigabyte GA-770TA-UD3, socket AM3+ motherboard with an AMD Phenom ll x4, 3.4 gig Quad Core Socket AM3 processor, (2) sticks of 2Gig, matched Dual Channel memory, a 650 Watt Antec power supply, H.I.S. Radeon HD4670, 512Mb, IceQ Turbo PCIe20-x16 video card and Windows XP Professional 32 bit.

Why do you think that this is happening and what do I need to do to fix it so this won't occur again?

Thanks for the assistance and I look forward to you quick replies.

Make it a super day.

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Is the surface you are using the mouse on clean? I eat biscuits over my mouse and occasionally crumbs and other detritus blocks the laser from the desk causing it to "freeze up" until I lift up the mouse(!)
 

Golfcart03

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Hi Matthew:

Thanks for the quick response.

Yes! The area that I use the mice on is clean.

This problem occurs when I use any USB port of my PS/2 port.

I have tried both models listed in my post on several USB ports and the PS/2 port only to get then same results.

Thanks again for the quick reply.

golfcart03
 
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