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Mouse sometime will missing and appear again

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I am using the Ausus maximus IV Extreme with CPU2600K and Asus EAH6970 and kingston Ram speed 2000Mhz, run at 1866Mhz with Window7 Pro, The mouse pointer some time when moving will disapear for a distance and appear again also some time the Window will hang for a while.  What is happen on the system, any help?
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Quick check list:

1. Try unchecking the "Hide pointer while typing" box in mouse properties in the control panel.
2. Update chipset drivers from intel or asus
4. Pull up your task manager in the processes tab, sort by CPU activity. Keep it open and see if you can spot any abnormalities at the exact moment where the pointer acts up.
5. Try a different USB port
6. Disconnect any other USB devices
7. Try a different mouse (ps/2?)
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