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Old 11-17-2007
Rick
 

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I am still having trouble with my mouse freezing up when I move it to bring
my HPm9040n out of sleep mode. Mouse is a HP mg-0637T. I went into my mouse
properties and see two mouse icons. Both called HID-Compliant mouse. A while
back I disabled one. Didn't help. In properties one says
Location: on Microsoft eHome infrared Transceiver
the other says Location: USB Interface device
I have a receiver plugged into a USB port at back of tower. About 3 ft.
away.
Which mouse driver should I use? They both look the same. Thanks

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Old 11-17-2007
Mike Hall - MVP
 

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Re: Mouse
Have you tried looking for a solution here? If the wireless receiver type is
as shown on the web site, consider getting a USB extension cable and plug
the dongle into it. Moving it around may give you better results than you
are getting presently..

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/f...me=c00 006821

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"Rick" <rickluc@urhere.net> wrote in message
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>I am still having trouble with my mouse freezing up when I move it to bring
>my HPm9040n out of sleep mode. Mouse is a HP mg-0637T. I went into my mouse
>properties and see two mouse icons. Both called HID-Compliant mouse. A
>while back I disabled one. Didn't help. In properties one says
> Location: on Microsoft eHome infrared Transceiver
> the other says Location: USB Interface device
> I have a receiver plugged into a USB port at back of tower. About 3 ft.
> away.
> Which mouse driver should I use? They both look the same. Thanks


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