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Mouse freezes my mouse works when it wants to for maybe a few moments

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    Ben Wabnick May 11, 2010

    Have you tried a different mouse?

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Is it wireless mouse or usb? or serial connector? if its usb mouse try to use different usb port and check the status, if its wirless it will be connection or battery problem, try to charge it, if its serial connecter try change the mouse . Or use the keyboard port for mouse and see the difference. if all this not work let me know so i can show you the windows steps in order to fix it.

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