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Unread 05-12-2011, 02:42 PM   #1
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Tech Support Mouse drivers... twice?

I've got this USB mouse - it's a Trust DS-1700R, for all that matters - and it keeps on insisting that it needs to install it's drivers twice.

I've got this feeling it's causing trouble where my mouse will simply become unresponsive, until I remove the plug from the USB slot and plug it in again.

I've done:
  • Virus-scan, including boot-scan. Didn't think this would find anything, but I figured it wouldn't hurt.
  • Turned off one of the mice (presumably th
    e pseudo-mouse)
  • Used a different mouse
  • Uninstalled one of the mice
  • Uninstalled BOTH mice (then unplugged, replugged the actual, physical mouse)

All options proved futile as the pseudo-mouse kept re-activating itself, or re-installing itself (twice in the last option).


EDIT: never mind. It seems my PC is now completely borked. The mouse is the least of my problem.
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