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Windows 7: Mouse Problem with Garry's Mod with a fresh copy of Windows 7.

25 Jun 2012   #1
The Last Byte

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 64-bit
 
 
Mouse Problem with Garry's Mod with a fresh copy of Windows 7.

Hello,

I have a BENQ M106 mouse, and I played GMOD all the time on my computer, and then a harddrive failed, so I reinstalled Windows.

I reinstalled GMOD and when I play, the player starts spinning violently.

It's almost like the mouse can leave the full screen mode.

Can anyone help?

I tried finding a driver for my mouse, all the websites are junk.

And another problem, when I set my resolution to 1920x1080(native), the screen starts bouncing up and down...this did not happen before.

Also, it is not the mouse, I tried another mouse and the same problem occurs. It has to be software, I know video games usually reset the mouse to the centre of the screen every frame, yet GMOD doesn't...I can move my mouse anywhere I wish to, and I know because I have a second monitor.


Thank you,
Robert.


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25 Jun 2012   #2
BlackSparrow

Windows 7 Professional 32-bit (6.1, Build 7600)
 
 

Have you checked your local settings when you actually start playing Gmod? That might be the problem or your computer is overheating whenever you start playing.

Sincerely,
Sparrow
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