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every time i restart my windows system i need to do that, otherwise system will say the driver is error, and my mouse can not move. do anyone have solutions for this ?

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You should tell us which windows OS, what mouse, and if you have installed any drivers for it. – ino Dec 2 '09 at 15:38
windows vista and windows 7, they all have this problem, and my mouse is hyundai – Foolish Dec 2 '09 at 15:39
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Some things to try:

  • Download the mouse drivers directly from the mouse manufacturer and research compatibility with your OS

  • Use a different USB port

  • Unplug the mouse, manually remove the mouse in device manager, restart the computer, then plug the mouse back in. The drivers will reinstall automatically.

  • Plug in a different mouse and see if that exhibits the same issues.

If none of the above work, it is probably a hardware problem with the mouse. In that case, it would probably be best to get a new mouse.

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Try taking the cmos battery out(from the mobo, obviously with the power off) leave out for about 5 mins. Put the cmos battery back in, this should clear the issue.

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