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Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 7000.

I have recently changed my old Microsoft cable connected mouse to the Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 7000.
It works fine most of the time but the pointer freezes intermittently. Sometimes I have to key in Ctrl-Alt-Delete to unfreeze it.
I've checked for updates.
Any suggestions?

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Hi


It is not the problem with the mouse
Since you have said
"I have to key in Ctrl-Alt-Delete to unfreeze it"

Which means an application in the os is taking a lot of memory and cpu consumption
thats why it seems not working

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To confirm it(Whether mouse is causing trouble)) try running any live operating system(Linux,ubuntu,suse,fedora..etc) or different os(LInux...etc)and check whether the problem still persists

if yes leave me a comment . i will help you out

hope this will help you

Posted on Mar 02, 2010

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