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Windows 7: Win 7 - Mouse Issuses

03 Aug 2009   #1

Vista/Win 7
 
 
Win 7 - Mouse Issuses

Hi all

I installed the retail version of Win 7 and I am having problems with my mouse.

I am using the Labtec Ultra Slim Wireless Keyboard and mouse. Every so often my mouse looses the ability to right click etc, the cursor moves around the screen but when I hover over the "start" button it does not glow.

The only way I can get it working again is to Ctrl+Alt+Delete and and then hit cancel. Then I can uses the mouse for a bit more.

I have gone through Device Manager and uninstalled the mouse and keyboard and restarted. I have also tried swopping the usb ports.

Any help please guys


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03 Aug 2009   #2

 

I experience the exact same problem when the battery is weak.
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03 Aug 2009   #3

Vista/Win 7
 
 

Lol I have just replaced the batteries so that is not the problem
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03 Aug 2009   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Maybe you have a faulty mouse button or a broken wire.
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03 Aug 2009   #5

Vista/Win 7
 
 

lol no it works for a while but if I leave it idle of a bit, then I cant click, Strange thing is I can minimise apps but cant left click on desktop or click the taskbar.
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03 Aug 2009   #6

Vista/Win 7
 
 

I have noticed that its more like my taksbar is freezing
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20 Sep 2009   #7

Windows 7
 
 

i have the same problem please help.
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20 Sep 2009   #8

 

Press just the ALT key and see if it starts to work....

If so, check your preferences / settings and see if there is a certain click combination that is set to either act as a right click, or else if you have sticky keys turned on in Windows.
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