A little, yet quite big problem with Win7

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by Winhard, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. Winhard

    Winhard New Member

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    Hello!
    Recenltly, ( after installing windows 7 64 bit ) I noticed that my mouse stopped working, the cursor froze, but as I moved my mouse around the icons were flashing, and I could click. Basically the cursos is stuck but mouse is working. Does anyone have any solution how to fix it ?
    Im running quad core 2.40Ghz
    275 GTX
    4gb ram ( 3,50 usable)
    Thank you!
    Winhard.
     
  2. nehoma

    nehoma Honorable Member

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    go into control panel/Mouse and try resetting it there.
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    Go to control panel/device manager and try updating the driver
     
  3. Winhard

    Winhard New Member

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    Didn't see much to reset there.
    And the problem is that there is no 64 bit WIN 7 driver for this mouse. Probably I'll have to buy a new mouse what you think ?
    The problem itself occours very randomly. Now I've been sitting like 4 hours to pc and no problems ( haven't tried games yet because I don't want the problem to occour while gaming ) , but for example yesterday there were no problems, got my RAM, installed it, left pc on and went for a walk for about an hour, came back started a game and BAM... again.. mouse stuck.
     
  4. nehoma

    nehoma Honorable Member

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    could you borrow a mouse and try that ?
     
  5. Winhard

    Winhard New Member

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    Guess I can, I know that somewhere around house I had one...but as far as I remember it was exactly the same as mine >.<. But I'll try it today.
     
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    You could also go to control panel then mouse, then choose a different cursor then the standard one see if that works?
     
  7. Winhard

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    Ok. I changed the cursor, will see how it goes. And a new mouse did nothing, got the 64 bit drivers for it but nothing :/. I just think the computer is against me, ever since my monitor broke I have almost rebuilt my computer. Well... maybe I should go to 32 bit version.
     
  8. Winhard

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    Little update. So I changed the look of cursor and was installing video drivers the same time, well... one of them worked to this day. The problem is back. I think I'm reinstalling to 32bit, my system should run 64 bit pretty good but something is just completely going wrong.
    For a few days everything was running smoothly, no bugging graphics in games, no random disk check problem ( after a restart computer couldn't run disckcheck ), no cursor problems.
    Well... going to try 32bit tommorow and probably report back.
     
  9. Winhard

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    The same problem stays in Windows 7 32bit.
     

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