Really Bad Mouse Lag

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  1. dalchina's Avatar
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       #31

    My experience after upgrading from 8.1 was of significant mouse lag- very sticky- a USB wired mouse. Once I'd solved some CPU usage issues arising from Win 10 (customer experience, Windows Defender), I noted the graphics card driver was a basic MS driver, not the Nvidia driver.

    Once that graphics driver automatically downloaded, the mouse was ok.
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  2. Posts : 4
    windows 10 enterprise
       #32

    I am using a wired USB mouse and touchpad and am experiencing serious cursor lag as the other people above, following a windows 10 upgrade.

    the lag comes and goes intermittently, with no obvious pattern.

    I have updated all drivers (Lenovo Helix laptop with onboard Intel Graphics). Windows 10 Enterprise with Cortana disabled by policy.

    I think I have tried all of the suggestions above, but still have the issue. Any more ideas ?
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  3. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #33

    ambulocetus27 said:
    I am using a wired USB mouse and touchpad and am experiencing serious cursor lag as the other people above, following a windows 10 upgrade.

    the lag comes and goes intermittently, with no obvious pattern.

    I have updated all drivers (Lenovo Helix laptop with onboard Intel Graphics). Windows 10 Enterprise with Cortana disabled by policy.

    I think I have tried all of the suggestions above, but still have the issue. Any more ideas ?
    Can you confirm that when the lag occurs you have neither excessive CPU nor disk activity?
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  4. Posts : 4
    windows 10 enterprise
       #34

    I have used the task manager performance monitor to check the CPU and disk activity during the issue and I see low levels of usage for all parameters.

    However, as an earlier person noted, when running the task manager (as the foreground task, but not when it is minimised), I note that the task manager makes the problem go away and the mouse instantly responds OK. Minimising the TM again brings the problem back.
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  5. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #35

    Hi, I came across this- make of it what you will (I hate videos like that..:)) I only mention it 'cos it's from Lenovo.

    There's a thread here, mentioning the task manager issue, and a couple of 'fixes' ... see if anything rings a bell...
    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/i...8be700d?page=2
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  6. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #36

    Sorry, missed adding the Lenovo link:
    Mouse Cursor Behaves Erratically - Lenovo Support (US)
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  7. Posts : 4
    windows 10 enterprise
       #37

    THIS IS THE ANSWER!

    Thanks Dalchina. The issue is caused by the Realtek audio driver file FMAPP.EXE which needs to be renamed to prevent it executing. More details at http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/i...8be700d?page=2
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  8. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #38

    I was having the same severe lag issue with both mouse and keyboard in Windows 10. It happened after a recent update. Apparently it might have to do with the Intel HD Graphics driver. If you have this driver go to the intel site and update the driver. If you are already running the latest version from Intel then try updating to a previous version. This apparently has solved my problem.
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  9. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #39

    This fix worked for me.


    ambulocetus27 said:
    I am using a wired USB mouse and touchpad and am experiencing serious cursor lag as the other people above, following a windows 10 upgrade.

    the lag comes and goes intermittently, with no obvious pattern.

    I have updated all drivers (Lenovo Helix laptop with onboard Intel Graphics). Windows 10 Enterprise with Cortana disabled by policy.

    I think I have tried all of the suggestions above, but still have the issue. Any more ideas ?
    I went into device manager and then down to Universal Serial Bus and expanded the list. On each (if you have more than one) Generic USB hub right click and select properties, then select the tab Power Management untick "Allow the computer to power down this device to save power." click ok and repeat for all others. Reboot and check the result.
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  10. Posts : 83
    windows 7
       #40

    I was experiencing the lag with a Logitech wireless mouse. Moving the usb plug-in from the back of my tower to the front fixed it. Strange because it did not have any lag with Win 7.
    Jim
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