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the battery in the mouse makes the red light come on, not the operating system.
Look in Device manager,find the mouse, uninstall the drivers, scan for new devices, re-install the drivers.
Otherwise look for new drivers on manufacturers site.
Sounds like it is trying to treat the mouse as a boot device. Check the bois under boot devices and try to disable booting from USB. If this works, and you need to boot from a USB device at times, go back into the bios and re-enable boot from USB. Then change your boot order.
Hope this helps
Please uninstall any logitech software version present on your OS (if available) -
Then please proceed to clean boot.
( http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/logitech_en_amr.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=228 )
-> Unplug all the USB devices connected to the computer ( Less keyboard + mouse ) please use corded kbd+mouse if
possible rather than a cordless device.
-> Go to device manager
-> Delete all the USB HOST CONTROLLER -- All of them --
-> The host controller might reinstall them itslef, let the computer handle the reinstallation
-> If the computer does not reinstall the host controllers, trigger the detection using the DM function " Scan for
new hardware " ( The computer with magnifier icon )
-> Once reinstalled, clean boot
-> Reinstall the software if available and/or plug the hardware when needed.
-> Should work.
This TB delete the usb ports " memory " means if a device as been previously flagged with error, it will redetect
the device without the flag, unless there is some serious issue with the hardware/OS
Thanks and have a nice day !
Did you try to reboot? Do you have an optical mouse? (if yes: is the red light on? (Then the mouse is recognized and you must configure your mouse options) Did you try to connect your USB mouse to another connector? Or if PS2 connector: Turn of the pc and connect the mouse and power on. Did you install a new driver? (then uninstall this driver) Try looking for the most recent mouse driver on the manufacturer site.
I had a similar freezing problem with a wireless Logitech mouse and also a problem with the wireless keyboard, sometimes keystrokes would not register and sometimes they'd repeat a dozen times. I was not able to fix the problem, so I got a Microsoft wireless mouse and keyboard, hoping it was a driver conflict that wouldn't affect both products. Wrong. The exact same thing happened to the Microsoft mouse and keyboard. The cause of the problem turned out be that I had the receiver plugged into a USB hub along with several other devices. Moving the receiver to one of the USB ports in the back of the PC fixed the problem. Apparently these wireless desktop devices don't like sharing USB resources with anything else.
Update sp2 to sp3 link Download everest home from this link, run the program, click on motherboard then chipset, ID the northbridge and check for updates (google it) This should update all usb controllers and hubs to eliminate the "freeze".
The issue may not necessarily be with the mouse. Are you able to use the keyboard once the mouse freezes? If you not even able to use the keyboard, there is some application installed on your computer or a virus due to which the mouse freezes. If, in case, the keyboard works even though the mouse is stuck, try changing the USB port or try a different mouse.
Please revert back with any other observations.