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Technically, the mouse isn't disfunctional because it works, but after the system boots up, I have to unplug the house and plug it back in before it works at all. ...
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    PS/2 Optical mouse disfunctional


    Technically, the mouse isn't disfunctional because it works, but after the system boots up, I have to unplug the house and plug it back in before it works at all. It's just a generic mouse that came with my barebone kit so I'm not sure on an model. I'm running Mandrake 10.

    Any thoughts?

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    check your xorgconfig for d mouse settings...u might not have chosen the right mouse type during your installation...
    P4 1.8, 1G DDR ram, 64mb GF2 MX400, 80G WD and 40G Maxtor, ECS mobo. Playing XP,Slack 12.0 and Vector Linux 5.8 GOLD, STD 6.0 Zenwalk 4.6.1, OpenBSD 3.9

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