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Weird acting mouse

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by ukchick, Sep 23, 2008.

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  1. ukchick

    ukchick Thread Starter

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    hi, I have a hp pavilion m8070. Last night whilst playing World of Warcraft, i had itunes,msn and Skype on, my mouse cursor dragged itself to the top left part of the screen, tried to move it and couldnt, then it moved itself to the right corner and wouldnt move, moments later the pc froze.Itunes and skype still worked but the pc didnt respond. Had to do a hard reset.. Ran norton but it did same thing during scan, it only found 1 trackin cookie. and had to do a hard reset again. Any ideas?
     
  2. Chrismichael

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    I think I had the same stuff running while I came across this post. Are u using your trackpad mouse?
     
  3. ukchick

    ukchick Thread Starter

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    hi,nope is a desktop pc so using a saitek gm3200 gaming mouse with upto date drivers and software. updated that last night incase that was the cause
     
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