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Living Room / Re: Funny Animal Videos
« on: March 25, 2020, 04:18 AM »
Dubstep cat:


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Check the EventLog for anything else happening at the associated time.

There is never ever anything. Extra checked it yesterday 4times immediatelly after my mouse died,- NOthing.

Also, do a backup and try GhostBuster to remove all redundant drivers from the system, if that doesn't make a difference, then I'd probably remove the motherboard drivers and see if it works OK on the default Windows versions.

I did GB, yes, it found some redundant stuff so I deleted that. After reboot it was a bit better, meaning my mouse didn't die twice a minute, but it still died,
aprox. 3-5 times/ hour. I will deinstall the MB drivers & install the original ones from the original CD that came with the MB this weekend. If that helps I will report.

Failing that, you may have a hardware problem with the USB sockets no longer providing enough contact pressure to ensure reliable connection.  No really easy fix for this but one thing I've done is slightly squeeze the plug in my fingers.

Another idea, I have a netbook with a USB port problem where anything plugged in will appear/disappear whenever the plug/cable is moved slightly, pulling out the USB plug slightly, (1 or 2 mm), fixes it.

This has definitelly NOTHING to do with contact or movement, since it also happenes, when I am not even near my pc, as for instance it happened just today.
I was eating on my kitchen table and watching a YT-Video on my PC (Distance more than 3 meters) and during that it happened 2 times.

What I have noticed though: it happenes quite often, when I mark/copy something using the mouse...

This is the most f*cked up PC problem I ever came across.

But thank you very much for your effort to help me, I appreciate that!

Greets :Thmbsup:

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My suggestion is to delete the driver for the mouse that is currently connected and reboot.  Let plug and play reinstall it.

I did that for a minimum of 20 tiems! As I wrote I tried EVERYTHING (I am NOT a PC Noob);only my English isn't good enough.
I do repair people's PCs in my spare time, but this bloody problem I never came across & NOBODY seems to ahve a cure, so I
tried to post it here, hoping that someone might have a solution.

But thanks buddy anyways. And yesss, Miles IS the KING!!!!!!!  :Thmbsup:

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so I just replaced both (keyboard and mouse) and it has worked fine ever since.

Thanks SJ, but I tried that already,as I stated. I tried 2 diff. Mice & one KB, same shit :(

This Problem started SUDDENLY around the 10.-15. of Octobe last year, after the monthly MS Updates....
so I taught it has something to do with the MS-Updates, so I made a system recovery to the state before the updates
but that didn't help neither...

This sucks BIG time :(

Were the 2 different mice the same make?  Logitech perhaps?  One trick that works sometimes is to open Device Manager, right click on the device giving the problem, then click Delete.  Reboot.  Windows will say it has found new hardware and reinstall the same driver.  For some reason this seems to work about 50% of the time or better.


Nope, they were diff. manufacturer, And yes(!) I did delete them from the dev. manager, as I already wrote in my original post.
Right now, it didn' happen for more than 2 hours, before that 2x in a minute. Believe me I tried everything & googled for months
but couldn't find a solution so far :(

JUST 2 SECONDS after I wrote the above, it happened again, F.*.C.K -  I am sooooooooo pissed

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so I just replaced both (keyboard and mouse) and it has worked fine ever since.

Thanks SJ, but I tried that already,as I stated. I tried 2 diff. Mice & one KB, same shit :(

This Problem started SUDDENLY around the 10.-15. of Octobe last year, after the monthly MS Updates....
so I taught it has something to do with the MS-Updates, so I made a system recovery to the state before the updates
but that didn't help neither...

This sucks BIG time :(

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