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Serial Mouse locks up.  What can I do to keep this from happening?
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This mouse continually locks up when I am working on the computer.
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by:gward28
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first what type of serial mouse?second in your device manager does it show a conflict with the mouse?third are the correct
mouse drivers installed?last does you cmos setup have a ps2
setting to disable/enable the ps2 mouse port?
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by:RoadWarrior
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*smile* is this on win3.xx? *smile* i had a similar problem, now cured. can tell you what i did if it would be applicable.
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by:juggernaut
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as gward28 said check for any conflicts, this sounds like a conflict problem
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by:RoadWarrior
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*smile* if you have the mouse on com 1 do you have a device on com 3 or if on com 2, do you have a device on com 4 ? *smile*
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by:MATTCEI
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Are you sure it's just the mouse hanging up? Keyboard and rest of Windows is still OK after mouse hang?
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a111a111a111 earned 50 total points
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1. Remove the modem and any serial connection to the PC.
if the problem gone then you know you have a conflict with the #1.

if not hanging then you have:
A. Bad mouse.
B. wrong driver.

take the mouse to a friend and try it there.
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by:praise
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I finally got an answer from technical support.  He had me go into "My computer--system--settings"  and in settings, under options he had me undo the DMA. So that is what I did and now I am waiting to see if the problem happens again.

I am new at all of this, so you have to talk to me like I'm 6. Thank You for all of your help!
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