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In simple, functional terms, a mouse (or a keyboard, etc.) is an "input" device to the computer. However, at a practical level any device that uses USB actually communicates in BOTH directions because USB is a rather complex interface that requires sophisticated "handshaking" protocol back and forth between the computer and the peripheral device. Part of ...
The culprit was the In Product Messaging Application (ipmgui.exe) of Avira AntiVirus. I killed the respective process in the Task Manager and the behaviour disappeared. UPDATE: Killing the process appeared to be just a temporary solution. It re-appeared soon after. I de-installed Avira and installed an other anti-virus SW.
I do not recommend you to uninstall the ELAN driver, you will lost all their functionalities which are very useful. If sensitive and scroll speed are the problem, you can fix that in their option dialog: Open the Elan Smart-Pad dialog The slider allow you to set the scroll speed The slider allow you to set the sensitivity (I could share more ...
For tmux 2.2 and later use: bind-key -t emacs-copy MouseDragEnd1Pane copy-pipe "pbcopy" bind-key -t vi-copy MouseDragEnd1Pane copy-pipe "pbcopy"
In case anyone has the same issue, I just wanted to post my solution to the problem. Of all the settings in the bios, I had to set USB 3.0 Support to "Auto". South Bridge --> USB 3.0 Support --> Auto. If you set the value to "Enabled", it won't work. Only "Auto" works.
You need to go into the settings for the mouse and change the liftoff range, I don't own the mouse myself so i don't know were that setting is exactly. My guess would be thats in the settings with the software that MSI provides (you might have to download it). If you can't find it maybe send an email or call MSI to find out.
When you are at your login screen, try switching your USB devices to different ports. If your devices were disabled in Windows somehow, swapping them to a new port should cause them to be re-enabled. Windows generally disables USB devices based off what the device is, and what port it is plugged into. Plugging into a new port should allow you to regain use ...
Listening to the “WIN” key As far as I understand, the only reason why you may not see the any events coming from the “WIN” mouse key is that you’re only looking on mouse-related events, while there “WIN” key produce keyboard-related “Right-Win” keystroke. Effectively, this part was already discussed in comments – the “Right-Win” remapping perfectly works. ...
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