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29 Sep 2009  
SquonkSC

Win7 Build 7600 x86
 
 

Maybe it's a simple matter of having "power on mouse" in the bios.

If the mouse is on a shiny surface it will detect light changes and think it's being moved.

I had this with my HTPC, with the mouse on a glass table and mouse power on enabled.
Disabling it solved it.

It's worth to check it out.

Greetz

edit: also check in device manager if "allow this device to wake up...." is checked for the mouse.
Uncheck it.
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