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For about four days, my mouse stops working when beep-like sounds start and starts working when the "beep" arises again but now the beeps go on and off but I can't move the cursor with the mouse at all. I'm using the keypad as a mouse. The beep sound doesn't come from the mouse itself but I hear it from the speakers/monitor.

I tried restarting the computer etc. but nothing works. I've been using this Logitech mouse for like 8 years. Is it just a case of "broken"?

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But the thing is I thought I'm only supposed to accept if it helps the problem so it can be useful to others. Most of the answers I got didn't help. Should I "Accept" anyway? – verve Oct 7 '11 at 15:39
Set a very specific sound in "sounds" to "Device connect", and "Device disconnect", and "Device failed to connect". I put some cool voices in there myself, so they are identifiable beeps. I suspect that the mouse device is disconnecting, there are thousands of reports of mostly USB, and Some PS2 mices in win7 64 bailing out. Many people switched to PS2 port , and some do not HAVE a PS2 port on the motherboard anymore. :-( Over at MS forums they supply the usual reinstall and sfc type copy paste to the threads, but not many people reported that fixing it. – Psycogeek Oct 7 '11 at 15:44
It sounds like you care about doing things right more than M. Xavierjazz thinks. ☺ How about telling the world what sort of mouse it is and how it is connected to your computer? – JdeBP Oct 7 '11 at 15:46
Fair enough........ – Xavierjazz Oct 7 '11 at 15:52
one other thing, get it out of the USB3 ports , it doesnt do any good to put a mouse in them anyways :-) so if you have the new USB3 stuff, put the mouse in the USB2 ports instead. – Psycogeek Oct 7 '11 at 15:59

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