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Mouse running right while displaying DisplayFusion window

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Squyrrel
2 discussion posts
Hello,

I just discovered this amazing tools but a big problem occurs while I'm using it.

The first warning was when I started installing it. When the window that asks to choose the language of the installation program appears my mouse cursor starts to run to the right (too fast to be controlled).

With my keyboard, I managed to install the program but the same problem appears each time I open a DisplayFusion window.

I'm using W7 x64 with the latest Catalyst Control Center installed (for my HD5770).
My mouse is an MX Revolution with Setpoint driver 6.5

Thanks to investigate this problem.

Squyrrel

Sorry for my English writing skills as it's not my primary language.
Aug 31, 2010  • #1
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siliconman01
417 discussion posts
My apologies for stepping in on this thread. I also experienced a mouse problem when I updated from Beta 10 to Beta 11. When I clicked on "Download and Install", the updater froze. After 2-3 minutes, I canceled the updater window. My mouse pointer froze at that point. I have a Kensington "Expert Mouse" trackball. A reboot did not clear up the frozen mouse pointer. I had to switch to a different USB mouse which downloaded a new driver and the mouse became functional again. I then upgraded to Beta 11 with no issues. I switched back to the USB Kensington "Expert Mouse" trackball and have not experienced any problems since.

I thought perhaps this was a Windows 7 x64 Professional glitch so I did not report it earlier on forum. After seeing thread, I now suspect something is wrong in DF. :cry:
ASUS home built Pc on Windows 10 x64 Pro with 3 Dell U2719D monitors. Dell XPS 8940SE on Windows 11x64 Pro with 2 Dell U2719D monitors.
Sep 1, 2010  • #2
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Squyrrel
2 discussion posts
I have uninstalled the program but problem is still there on some windows.
Sep 2, 2010  • #3
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Kevin F.
450 discussion posts
As Df touches not a single driver, this is not a df caused problem. good luck fixing your issue.
Sep 2, 2010  • #4
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I'm going to have to agree with Kevin here, it sounds like something unrelated to DisplayFusion in this case. Since DisplayFusion is removed, I can't imagine how it could be affected your machine, sorry. Good luck fixing it though, I hope you figure it out. :)
Sep 6, 2010  • #5
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