I can't help with your logging query, however this (following) may be of use - if you haven't already been down this path:
From experience (trial-and-error), if it's in Windows 10, when something is apparently causing new problematic/unwanted mouse behaviour/errors, then it might be worth:
- (a) Re-setting the current mouse-settings.
- (b) If you have the facility to save a mouse settings profile, then (if not already done) create a profile and save it, and then reload that profile in the event that the mouse error condition recurs.
- (c) Trying to force an update check/install to the Pointing Device (mouse) driver, to see if that makes any difference. Go look for a newer relevant mouse driver version on the manufacturer site if an auto-check for driver updates does not throw up anything new.
- (d) Stopping, starting (or restarting) any relevant mouse executables or services.
- (e) Stopping, starting (or restarting) Windows Explorer.
The above usually provides some kind of an effective workaround for me - this is on a laptop with a touchpad and where I also simultaneously use a separate wifi mouse. I use Autohotkey a bit to mess around with the mouse behaviour, sometimes.
Mouse drivers seem to be notoriously buggy/fragile, but that might be because they have to be ubiquitously available.
The system is usually not in any kind of a steady state. If the mouse was behaving OK before the situation you describe presented itself, then the new problem has probably been caused/triggered by an OS change/update or an update to a frequently-used application (some process that is usually resident). Hence I suggest forcing a mouse driver update, as one might have been pushed out to rectify a known, newly-created OS update problem for the mouse driver, but the user doesn't always get notification of that.
Hope that helps or is of use.