My mouse keeps freezing

  charlton200 20 Jun 11
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My mouse keeps freezing- how do I fix it please?

After a short use of maybe a few minutes the mouse jutters and then freezes.

Thanks

  Nontek 20 Jun 11

If it is a Pet-mouse, put it to bed with a paracetamol. If it is a Wired mouse with a Ball, it could simply need cleaning. If it is a Cordless mouse, it could need a new battery. If it is a PS2 mouse, it could be a faulty cable. If it is a USB mouse, the USB Port might need attention, or the cable might be faulty.

It might help if we had a bit more detail - like, Type of mouse and make and Model! OS type, might also be helpful.

  charlton200 20 Jun 11

Hi, One thing I have just found out is that is works ok on my wife's account but not on my one (she very rarely used the computer). So it looks like it just happening my side. It is a mest usb longitech mouse and infra red underneath (no ball). My compueter is a mesh, windows xp, sp3, 3.2 processor, 2GB ram. And the pet mouse is ok- no headache: only I have one.

Thanks

  Nontek 20 Jun 11

Hmm, have you tried running a scan(s) with your AntiVirus and AntiMalware programs, one never knows? Also does it happen all the time, or just with certain programs? I was going to suggest new Battery, but as it is OK with your wife's account, that would seem to rule out the battery. Logitech Meeses are usually very reliable.

Anyway, I am glad your pet mouse is fine!

  charlton200 20 Jun 11

It happens all the time, ever two or 3 minutes, making the use from my side impossible. I have done a Virus scan and I do regular maleware scans. The program on one on when this first happened was when I was on you tube watching a video. Now, it does it on everything.

  charlton200 20 Jun 11

It happens all the time, ever two or 3 minutes, making the use from my side impossible. I have done a Virus scan and I do regular maleware scans. The program on one on when this first happened was when I was on you tube watching a video. Now, it does it on everything.

  Nontek 20 Jun 11

Have you got another mouse to try?

Are you both using the mouse on the same surface?

Have you tried re-setting your Account?

Clutching at straws now, as I can't think of anything else to suggest, at the moment anyway.

  charlton200 20 Jun 11

Thanks for trying to help, anyway.

  Nontek 20 Jun 11

Under the circumstances, I still think the most likely cause is a 'Nasty', possibly picked up from Utube. I would run scans again, particularly Malwarebytes!

As a last resort - System Restore back to before this started.

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