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Various Vista 64x Mouse problems.

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Nubsauce, Apr 15, 2008.

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  1. Nubsauce

    Nubsauce Thread Starter

    Apr 15, 2008
    This all started a while ago, after I installed Vista Business 64x.

    Mouse #1, Logitech MX Revolution.

    Problem: sudden gaps in response, the mouse just stops working for about half a second every once in a while. still usable, but VERY annoying.

    Mouse #2, Microsoft Sidewinder Mouse.

    Problem: Cursor randomly jumps across the screen, most often to the right, and mostly only when pressing a mouse button at the same time as moving the mouse. Also very annoying.

    Mouse #3, Razer Lachesis.

    Problem: More often than the others, randomly moves the cursor to the right, but more slowly, you can actually see the cursor move this time. Also, once in a while, either the vertical or horizontal axis stops working entirely for a few seconds.

    What I've tried for all three:
    Using the company's drivers and proprietary programs.
    NOT using the company's drivers and proprietary programs.
    Switching to different USB ports.

    All of these mice were laser mice. I'm a gamer, so this is a massive inconvenience.

    Any ideas?
  2. telecom69

    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten

    Oct 12, 2001
    This is just a thought,have you installed any windows updates lately ? because one of them ( KB938371) is known to cause mouse problems,whether it is the cause of your problem I dont know but its worth thinking about .....if you have installed updates read here for info http://support.microsoft.com/kb/948537
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