Several BSODs Indicating IRQ Issue I Think - Mouse Lags and Stutters


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    Several BSODs Indicating IRQ Issue I Think - Mouse Lags and Stutters


    Windows Version 20H2 (OS Build 19042.1237)

    I've been battling lag with my mouse. Eliminating startup programs and limiting # of USB devices. Have good, powered USB 3 hub. System is always up to date and cleaned with CCleaner etc.

    So I have had several of these BSODs that lead me to believe it's an IRQ conflict I am fighting. Not sure, but the log or incident name on the blue screen before rebooting pointed to an IRQ I recall. I have replaced the mouse and moved the Logitech receiver for the mouse from the USB hub to a USB port on the mnotherboard.

    I'd be very grateful for some input.
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    Test your disks with SeaTools and check their S.M.A.R.T with CrystalDiskInfo - SeaTools for DOS - Hard Drive Diagnostic How to See If Your Hard Drive Is Dying with S.M.A.R.T.
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    MrPepka said:
    Test your disks with SeaTools and check their S.M.A.R.T with CrystalDiskInfo - SeaTools for DOS - Hard Drive Diagnostic How to See If Your Hard Drive Is Dying with S.M.A.R.T.
    I do monitor all my drives with Hard Disk Sentinel Pro. I believe all the disks are OK. C: drive is a Samsung SSD. I have attached a report run this AM as .TXT. Hoping for further guidance.Attachment 346792

    Thanks.
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    Well, I got no further suggestions here, so I replaced my second wireless Logitech mouse with a 3rd mouse that is wired. It's Logitech's G502 Hero. Two days now and no stuttering whatsoever. I don't know if this wireless mouse would have grabbed a different IRQ or perhaps didn't need one?? Now I am using that wired mouse, which I like a lot, just starting to try different DPI reolution settings on it. My keyboard is also wired, a Rocat model. All OK....think I will mark the thread solved and delete the logs. If it recurs I can resurrect it I imagine. Thanks to the one person that responded and made a suggestions.
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