Windows 10 Mouse Lagging

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  1. Posts : 7
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       #21

    diederik555 said:
    Amazing! You're a life saver
    Can you confirm this solved it for you as well?
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  2. Posts : 5
    windows 10
       #22

    matijaerceg said:
    Can you confirm this solved it for you as well?
    Yes! And no problems with sound whatsoever
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  3. Posts : 30
    windows 10
       #23

    daniels7 said:
    I found the issue!
    It was related to a Realtek Program named FMAPP.exe.
    i have this file on my computer, but i dont see it running
    nor is it in list of startup programs
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  4. Posts : 30
    windows 10
       #24

    matijaerceg said:
    Wow, ok, good to know, in case it happens again, post restore.. Thanks for posting to update us
    i have r7-572 as well
    let me know if you encounter it again and solve it
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  5. Posts : 17
    Windows 10 Pro x64
    Thread Starter
       #25

    Win10Pea said:
    i have this file on my computer, but i dont see it running
    nor is it in list of startup programs
    Do you have the lagging issues as well?
    If yes maybe try to rename the file and reboot, as it sometimes is executed by other processes as well it seems.

    Funny coincidence that we all have the same notebook model
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  6. Posts : 7
    win10
       #26

    Win10Pea said:
    i have r7-572 as well
    let me know if you encounter it again and solve it
    So, my computer just rebooted after an automatic update (ugh), and the problem is back.. I don't have a process called FMAPP.exe, so I'm going to be trying other things now
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  7. Posts : 7
    win10
       #27

    I just manually installed the Aug 5 Realtek HD Audio Driver manually (using the 'Have Disk') method, to force it, and FMAPP.exe appeared in my process list. Upon terminating the process, the mouse lag disappears. Will keep experimenting and reporting back here.
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  8. Posts : 30
    windows 10
       #28

    matijaerceg said:
    I just manually installed the Aug 5 Realtek HD Audio Driver manually (using the 'Have Disk') method, to force it, and FMAPP.exe appeared in my process list. Upon terminating the process, the mouse lag disappears. Will keep experimenting and reporting back here.
    i went to realtek and got the latest driver, its dated june 18th 2015. installed it. now i have the FMAPP.exe running
    killed it, and so far temporarily no lag. but we would need to stop this from running again somehow right?
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  9. Posts : 7
    win10
       #29

    Win10Pea said:
    i went to realtek and got the latest driver, its dated june 18th 2015. installed it. now i have the FMAPP.exe running
    killed it, and so far temporarily no lag. but we would need to stop this from running again somehow right?
    I went to c:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA\ and renamed the file to FMAPP.exe.old (you have to edit the extension, not just the file name).
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  10. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #30

    I also have the Acer R5-572. I updated to Windows 10 this morning, and the mouse lag has been driving me nuts. I've been spending all day looking for fixes, and I think this finally did it. In the Task Manager, I force-closed fmapp.exe, then disabled the HD Audio Background Process and Realtek HD Audio Manager from starting at boot, and the trackpad and my mice are all behaving again. I actually just now created this account so that I could log in and thank you and let you know this worked for me.

    Edit: Turning all the Realtek stuff off was messing with my microphone, so I re-enabled them and just renamed fmapp.exe in the C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA\ folder to fmapp.exe.bak.
    Last edited by crashsuit; 14 Aug 2015 at 19:25.
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