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1. Posted: Thu 19th Nov 2009 00:30 GMT
Okay, here's the situation, we had 2 computer "mice" and my mom broke one (Don't ask) so we had to use the other one and for some reason, every other day or so the computer will freeze like every 2 minutes, ever since we started using this mouse, sometimes when I blow into where the little ball is, it unfreezes. So does anyone know what the problem could be? Cause it's driving us all crazy!
2. Posted: Thu 19th Nov 2009 00:32 GMT
Suggestion. Get a new computer or a new mouse...
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3. Posted: Thu 19th Nov 2009 00:33 GMT
What computer are you using? usually these kinds of problems stem from the computer itself, not the mouse (even if it is trackball).
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4. Posted: Thu 19th Nov 2009 00:34 GMT
Is it the computer that is freezing or just the mouse pointer thing on the screen?
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5. Posted: Thu 19th Nov 2009 00:36 GMT
@V8 NinjaI don't really know what kind it is but at the bottom of the processor it says "hp pavilion 533w".But I'm pretty sure it's the mouse because it didn't ever freeze when we used to use the other one.
Edited on Thu 19th November, 2009 @ 00:37 by Toon_Link
6. Posted: Thu 19th Nov 2009 00:42 GMT
Feed it cheese?
But seriously, get an optical USB mouse (your PC should have multiple USB ports unless you run a computer made by the Aztecs). Logitech makes good mice and some are cheap. I've been using the same MX518 for 3 years almost and it still works perfectly on both my PCs, even with better models available today. I haven't even seen a ball mouse since 1999, lol. I thought they went the way of the Dodo.
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7. Posted: Thu 19th Nov 2009 00:43 GMT
Probs a problem with your computer. Unless the mouse has like a virus (which is near impossible) its your comp. Just give your good old HP a good kick and it will work wonders!
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8. Posted: Thu 19th Nov 2009 00:46 GMT
@kevohki - Aztec computers have come standard with USB 2.0 since 2000
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9. Posted: Mon 23rd Nov 2009 17:13 GMT
Buy a cat.
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10. Posted: Tue 8th Dec 2009 22:05 GMT
GE sells a pretty decent 5-button optical mouse for $6.
11. Posted: Wed 9th Dec 2009 11:11 GMT
The mouse could be defective. Is is a PS2 or USB one? They don't cost anything so just get a new one!
Edited on Wed 9th December, 2009 @ 11:11 by Sean_Aaron
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12. Posted: Wed 9th Dec 2009 11:20 GMT
Why was this thread resurrected??
13. Posted: Wed 9th Dec 2009 13:48 GMT
Because of your excellent advice!