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    Very Weird - Restarting

    I'll try and make this as understandable as possible.

    - I restart my computer
    - When I try to move my mouse it does not work.

    I have no idea why this happens but it just does.

    It's nothing to do with my mouse because I have tried with 2 mice.

    If I restart it again my mouse then works.

    So basically if I need to restart my pc, I have to restart it twise in order for the mouse to work.

    Hope you understood that!

    If anyone has anyway I could fix this problem I would greatly appriciate it if you would post the solution here or email it to me. chris4 ([AT]) hotmail.co.uk

    Many thanks,
    Chris
    Last edited by chris4; 01-02-2006 at 11:40 AM.

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    this a one time thing or does it happen all the time?

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    It happens all the time. Every time I restart.

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    Erm run virus and spywear scan usaly does it.

    Or try and see if you can update the driver

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    Same thing happened to me. Seemed that some pins on the motherboard connections for the mouse were messed up, and only worked half the time.Try using a usb type mouse. It might work then.
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    ok cheers

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