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Thread: 2nd mouse-pointer glued to lower right or left side. 3 wireless mice used

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    One of two identical mice-Hama 00086543(maybe SN) blue maybe be the candidate

    I charged batteries ( 2x AA) and no problems yesterday.
    Then i bought new ones nonrechearchables. and switched to thes(Blue version of that mouse) and i saw the grey roundshaped sign which contained the second mouse-pointer glued to lower right side.
    immediately changed back to yellow mouse. so far so good.

    Yes also ran Glary Utilities. removed also last file of mouse driver Rapoo-mouse. it had blocked core isolation which i had to activate in registry. couldnt delete in registry.

    next is getting shielded lan-cable 2. had 3m but its defective-loose contact on lan-adapter.
    screen-switch will then also reattached. to use second ultrabook
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    i could use the same driver when i just switched to defective mouse. they are identical.
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    Working Touchscreen on defective screen making window-interferences.
    didnt find switch or cable to deactivate screen.
    Mouse-receiver now on right side. will now remove other deactivated mice-entries.
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    Always getting better-Solved the gordic knot?

    Have now deleted all disabled nonworking mouse entries. had to show everything.
    Since both mice are identical i switched. working both.
    Next is new mouse.
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    it seems blueblack mouse is defective. yellow-blue ok.
    have remove all non-needed driver-settings in device-manager.
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    still have the problem. hope new logitec-mouse will help.
    I am surfing for many hours and unexpectedly glueing reappears.
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    Which devices at which ports? usb 2.0. 3.0 and 3.1 gen1 thunderbolt)

    I still have the mouse-glueing problem which occurs earlier or later at a session.
    I will replace lan-cable getting new shielded one.
    Lan-adapter
    Mouse
    Have USB 2.0 external keyboard on receiver there
    USB 3.0: usb 2.0 mouse
    USB 3.1/1 thunderbolt: 4x hub. fan,LAN, the drives.
    when mouse getting crazy.
    1. shutdown,
    2. shutdown mouse and switching receiver to other usb- port.
    3. deleting obsolete mouse-entries in deveice-manager
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