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I have a 2 usb port card with a logitech optical mouse. when i boot, the computer won't recognize the mouse. I do a warm reboot (reset button) and it is found every time. I know the card is good because it sees the laser printer I have in the other port. ( this started before I plugged in the printer). I have tried the mouse in the other port with the same results.

WHat can I do to get the computer to recognize the mouse on the first boot and not the second? It is the same whether I hybernate or do a full start up.

If I boot and just let it sit for XP to recognize the mouse on the usb, it won't. I have to reboot and there it is.
It's just very annoying!
HELP!

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Your mouse problem is more likely the mouse than the compuer. We find the optical mouse to be absolutely the highest failure item for any computer. A friend who works at Wal-Mart says the optical mouse is their highest return item. I seriously doubt you will be able to fix it. Go back to a PS/2 mouse if you can, and your troubles will be over. Borrow another mouse to be sure. If you use a non-optical mouse and it works, and other equipment works on the USB port, then you know it is time to toss it.

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