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I have a Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 v2.0 mouse. it just stops randomly. i can shake it,flip it ,blow it, spin it,twirl it ,change the batteries, hit the sync buttons and it wont move the cursor untill it wants to which is random ive updated the drivers and i recently had to install a new hard drive and vista but that didnt even help it

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I had the same problem and it was driving me insane - then while troubleshooting the problem I noticed that the bluetooth support service was disabled. I started the service and set the startup type to automatic - that solved the problem for me - no more freezes!!!

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