Really Bad Mouse Lag

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  1. badrobot's Avatar
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       #11

    Excep the adapter of course.. :)
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  2. Chuck38's Avatar
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       #12

    badrobot said:
    Excep the adapter of course.. :)
    Okay, I've disconnected the speakers.
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  3. Chuck38's Avatar
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       #13

    Just experienced a bit of lag. And the speakers were unplugged.
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  4. topgundcp's Avatar
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    How about run msconfig and in the service tab, hide all MS services then disable the rest. Also, disable the startup items, reboot your PC.
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  5. Chuck38's Avatar
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    topgundcp said:
    How about run msconfig and in the service tab, hide all MS services then disable the rest. Also, disable the startup items, reboot your PC.
    I've just done that and I was welcomed with more lag.

    It seems to happen more when I'm loading multiple pages in Firefox. Every time I boot up my computer I start up Firefox and load about 4 or 5 different forums and a couple other pages all in different tabs
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  6. topgundcp's Avatar
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    Have you updated Firefox 33 and Flash Player ? And to isolate the problem, you might want to download: ShellExView - Shell Extension Manager For Windows and disable all non MS extensions, it might seem irrelevant but sometimes the shell extensions can create lagging problem. Also, any add-ons that you might have installed in the browser.
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  7. Mystere's Avatar
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    Have you tried moving the mouse closer to your computer? Is the usb transceiver in the back or front? If in the back try moving it to the front. I find interference is a common problem with wireless mice, particularly in the 2.4Ghz range (one reason I use 5Ghz networking, and don't use cordless phones or other 2.4Ghz spectrum devices).
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  8. Posts : 1,868
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       #18

    Chuck... when the mouse lags are you seeing any HDD activity ? You may just be a bit low on resources for everything to keep up. Does task manager show any high CPU/Disk usage when the mouse lags.
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  9. Chuck38's Avatar
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    topgundcp said:
    Have you updated Firefox 33 and Flash Player ? And to isolate the problem, you might want to download: ShellExView - Shell Extension Manager For Windows and disable all non MS extensions, it might seem irrelevant but sometimes the shell extensions can create lagging problem. Also, any add-ons that you might have installed in the browser.
    I'll give that a go.

    Mystere said:
    Have you tried moving the mouse closer to your computer? Is the usb transceiver in the back or front? If in the back try moving it to the front. I find interference is a common problem with wireless mice, particularly in the 2.4Ghz range (one reason I use 5Ghz networking, and don't use cordless phones or other 2.4Ghz spectrum devices).
    It's in the back, I'll move it to the front. :)

    Mooly said:
    Chuck... when the mouse lags are you seeing any HDD activity ? You may just be a bit low on resources for everything to keep up. Does task manager show any high CPU/Disk usage when the mouse lags.
    No, I hardly ever have any high CPU/ Disk usage.

    Thanks for helping me guys! I'm sure we'll figure this out! :)

    -Chuck
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  10. Layback Bear's Avatar
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       #20

    I would also suggest to make sure you are using USB 2.0 and not 3.0.
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