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Windows 7: Erratic Mouse behavior / Lenovo T520

22 Apr 2014   #1
ChrisPbass

7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 
Erratic Mouse behavior / Lenovo T520

Extremely annoying mouse behavior.

Lenovo T520
8GB memory
W7 64
SSD by Intel
Wireless MS mouse
Wired MS keyboard
Wired HP 425 printer

Sometimes a wireless mouse will work just fine and then it will get erratic. Moving the mouse is very laggy (like you're playing an online game and the server is being hammered). Actually clicking something on a page is very difficult and very very annoying as it is so time consuming.

It doesn't happen all the time and I can't pinpoint anything that is taxing the system and making the CPU crawl.

At this point, I have a wired trackball and it appears to be working fine, but if history proves itself my wife will start working and it will staring messing up again.

Main applications that are run are
Firefox/gmail
Quickbooks
Adobe Acrobat X
Internet connection is wired...

Maybe some sort of driver problem? I have uninstalled and installed the mouse. This happens with ANY wireless mouse.
It's not happening right now w/this trackball...but I expect it to.


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24 Apr 2014   #2
matts6887

Windows 7 ultimate 64-bit
 
 

I would try re downloading the software for the mouse and reinstalling it that way and see what happens.
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