|31 Dec 2011||#1|
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HID Mouse keeps installing when its not the mouse i use.
I have been having this problem since yesterday. I used my Turtle Beach Headset while playing a game and since then the computer has started saying i have two mice connected to my computer. The problem is that since its reading two mice the one i have been using forever has stopped working right. Double Click is disabled and it moves extremely fast. I go to disable the HID Mouse and everything is working fine again. But when the computer restarts it seems to reinitalize the HID Mouse. So i uninstalled the driver for it. Next reboot it was back again and this time the headset wasnt even plugged in. I am not getting any error messages in my device manager but i cant seem to get the HID mouse to disappear. Whenever i plug anything into the USB port even if its a Thumb drive the mouse comes back. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time.
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