Re: Moving mouse causes buzzing noise



Derrick Fawsitt
07-10-2005, 12:29 AM
In message <uuY8mbCVFHA.3532@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl>, Steve Winn
<swinn@yahoo.com> writes
>"Dave Neve" <NoAddressForSpammers@Nofs.fr> wrote in message
>news:%23WAfDl9UFHA.3752@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
>> Hi
>>
>> Already checked and muted.
>> It's something else.
>> Any other ideas anyone?
>> Thanks
>
>Try hooking your CDROM to your soundcard with an analog cable and turn off
>the Windows digital audio feature for your CDROM. That fixed the problem I
>had on one of my computers that did the mouse buzz.
>
>Steve
>
>
Can I come in here with a slightly different problem, a "jumping mouse".
Recently I notice an irritating problem when I am moving my mouse that
having got to the bottom of the page, (or even desktop), it seems to get
a mind of its own and jumps back up the screen or equally, refuses to
cross a line etc. Can you help me discipline this "animal", I am
"cheesed off" with him, (it).

Seriously, I am finding it so awkward and time consuming to use the
mouse recently, its worse than a bad mouse pad, (perhaps that's the
cause). I use a wireless Logitech Mouse and up to now its been great.
Hopefully you can help me and apologies to the original poster for
introducing a slightly different problem in this thread.
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Derrick Fawsitt

Malke
07-10-2005, 12:30 AM
Derrick Fawsitt wrote:

> Can I come in here with a slightly different problem, a "jumping
> mouse". Recently I notice an irritating problem when I am moving my
> mouse that having got to the bottom of the page, (or even desktop), it
> seems to get a mind of its own and jumps back up the screen or
> equally, refuses to cross a line etc. Can you help me discipline this
> "animal", I am "cheesed off" with him, (it).
>
> Seriously, I am finding it so awkward and time consuming to use the
> mouse recently, its worse than a bad mouse pad, (perhaps that's the
> cause). I use a wireless Logitech Mouse and up to now its been great.
> Hopefully you can help me and apologies to the original poster for
> introducing a slightly different problem in this thread.

In spite of your very nice apology, hijacking someone else's thread is
not a Good Thing. Next time make a new post.

"Jumping" mouse problems can be caused by a variety of issues. Check
these items one at a time, testing after each change. In no particular
order:

1. Update mouse drivers. Get drivers from mouse mftr.'s website or from
OEM's website if you have an OEM machine and mouse came with it.

2. Replace the batteries.

3. Turn off the speech recognition feature of MS Office.

4. Turn down the mouse sensitivity in Control Panel.

Since your mouse worked fine before, I'd start by doing #2 above.

Malke
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Derrick Fawsitt
07-10-2005, 12:30 AM
In message <epB#wahWFHA.584@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl>, Malke
<invalid@not-real.com> writes
>In spite of your very nice apology, hijacking someone else's thread is
>not a Good Thing. Next time make a new post.
>
So sorry again, I can only say I was interested in the original posters
problem which attracted me in the first place and thought in might be
expedient to deal with another mouse related problem at the same time, I
now know differently.
>"Jumping" mouse problems can be caused by a variety of issues. Check
>these items one at a time, testing after each change. In no particular
>order:
>
>1. Update mouse drivers. Get drivers from mouse mftr.'s website or from
>OEM's website if you have an OEM machine and mouse came with it.
>
>2. Replace the batteries.
>
>3. Turn off the speech recognition feature of MS Office.
>
>4. Turn down the mouse sensitivity in Control Panel.
>
>Since your mouse worked fine before, I'd start by doing #2 above.
>
>Malke
Thank you Malke for the above information, much appreciated as usual.
--
Derrick Fawsitt


Re: Moving mouse causes buzzing noise