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Why does my mouse freeze?

...and when it does freeze it gives a sound and I get a message that my usb device has malfunctioned, but it only does it with my mouse. If I plug my keyboard into that port it's fine. Please help.

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Possibly a bad mouse.  Either try another mouse on that same port or try that mouse on another computer.  If you want to, try that mouse on another USB port on your computer

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