To start off ive came to this site with BSOD errors and cooling issue(incase thats the issue)
now for my question is that for about a week now ive been having a very slow mouse input(lagging like crazy)
it sometimes fixes by unpluging and changing the usb port or flicking mouse on and off.
i would think batteries but it happens even after a new set of batteries.i have a feeling there is something
wrong with the usbs.
i would blame it on CPU temp and CPU usage but that cant be the case with 30-50 C and 10-50% usage
and it still does it. This problem Occured on this computer when it was overheating(70C) and i would
just shutdown and let it cool off but now it happens upon starting the computer(which is not good)
i use the 2 front ports on my V4 black edition thermal take case because the rear ones would get so hot
it caused the same issue with delayed inpu from the mouse. Could this be a hardware failure?
or could it be simple that the mouse is bad.
speaking of the mouse this is what i got....
Microsoft Blue Track
and a Radeon 6770 graphics
CPU : fx4100
so is there a way to test if its hardware failure(from USB to CPU to GPU?)(or would GPU cause this?)
What OS are you using? Do you have win 7? are you 32 or 64 bit?
some mice are laggy but if everything is working right you shouldn't have any major problems. I prefer wired mice like the logitech G500 with standard mouse connector.
You might be getting some possible interference - best bet would be to use a wired mouse as matacks suggested.
ya im going to be returning this mouse its less then a year old and i kept the box and stuff for this reason. yes i got win7 64 bit and i know its something with the reciever because if i lift the mouse off the desk it works again ^^. if interference it would be the 10+ wireless devices lol.
(im currently using a logitech mouse i had laying around and seems to be working fine(atm) and is wireless so maybe the mouse has just gone bad? or could it be because it has a nano reciever?)
so if i went with wireless again should i stay away from nano recievers? are nano recievers unreliable?
Nano receivers aren't unreliable. I use one with a Lenovo multimedia remote keyboard for my HTPC in the living room and I'm able to use it from up to 30 feet without tracking problems. Sometimes you just might be getting some interference due to environmental factors that are disturbing the 2.4 GHz band.
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