Acer extensa E210. Came with Vista Home and only 512Mb Ram. Had problems with mouse pointer freezing - sometimes after a long delay mouse pointer would free up other times had to pull the plug. Tried formatting and installing xp - still doing same.Any ideas - thinking of replacing RAM but dont want to waste money.ThanksSteve
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You can use the Control Panel mouse options to adjust settings for the mouse and the track stick (Windows Vista) or pointer (Windows XP). • In Windows Vista, click Control Panel? Mouse. • In Windows XP, click Control Panel? Printers and Other Hardware? Mouse.
Your ACME COT2 wireless mouse must have come in two pieces, the USB connector the mouse itself. Insert the USB connector of your wireless mouse to your Toshiba Satellite and press simultaneously the button in your USB connector and the button in the wireless mouse. This is done in order to pair the mouse to the USB connector.
I have an aspiteM3610 withVistaWith almost the same problem from input
freezes for about 8 minutes to a total machine freeze and a hang to be
followed by a switch-off (by me).
I don't have a real solution but to explore the problem you may take a
look at the installed RAM: wilth all of the updates of Windows and
services running even 1 GB may be to cramped. So may consider to add
two strips of 1 GB. Furthermore I have slowly found out that the USB
system has a problem: I can't start up with a logitech wireless mouse
and /or an USB drive or al large USB stick in the machine and after
connecting them after startup they will sometimes give rise to rather
strange problems in the system even bitmap errors in the MFT of a NTFS
partition. If this happens too you may try to boot with a PS/s keyboard
and even no mouse at first and try it out.
Watson, The Netherlands
Hi, If mouse is moving randomly across the screen then you may have to change the mouse or the mouse pad. If system freezes automatically that is your software problem. Please install a fresh copy of windows xp or vista whatever. Hopefully it should work . thank you.......
try to the front cover there should be tabs at the bottom presws them in and pull the bottom of the cover out then is should be able to be taken off then there should be a screw behind the front cover for the side cover
the problem is not with your mouse or keyboard but with your system itself. vista is very intensive in eating up your memory resources. try to disable some program like aero or other features of vista which will slow down your computer. how big is your memory both internal and video?