Nvidia Graphics Driver causing mouse to stick in Windows 10

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  1. OldMike65's Avatar
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    larc919 said:
    Maybe you didn't jump the gun. I've been having the same problem on and off on 2 PCs for awhile now. Both with the latest Nvidia graphics driver only. Also each with a Logitech M510 wireless mouse, BTW.
    Did you try Updating your Logitech M510 driver ??? That might be worth a shot.
    Wireless Mouse M510 - Logitech Support



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       #12

    OldMike65 said:
    Did you try Updating your Logitech M510 driver ??? That might be worth a shot.
    Wireless Mouse M510 - Logitech Support

    Dunno about him, but I'm running the latest driver for my G602. Doesn't make a difference.
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  3. OldMike65's Avatar
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    yatiya said:
    Dunno about him, but I'm running the latest driver for my G602. Doesn't make a difference.
    I have two different logitech mice on two different Windows computers, with latest Nvidia drivers installed, with no issues at all.
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    Bradner said:
    I have the same problem, i ve done that and it seems that it is a fix![/QUOTE

    Done what Bradner? Unistalled the driver package, or just installed the driver after extraction?

    Cos after my initial excitement, I've discovered that there is still an intermittent issue, even with just the drivet installed, but nowhere near as bad as when everything was installed.
    Unistalled nvidia whole package including drivers with ddu and installed again only the drivers! Nothing else!
    By the way i have a feeling that it is caused by a windows update and not with nvidia. We will see!
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    [QUOTE=Bradner;1162825]
    yatiya said:

    Unistalled nvidia whole package including drivers with ddu and installed again only the drivers! Nothing else!
    By the way i have a feeling that it is caused by a windows update and not with nvidia. We will see!
    I hope so! It's extremely annoying that you have a machine that is near the pinnacle of computing today, behaving as if it's a 486 without enough memory!
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       #16

    Hi all.
    Thought I'd give an update.
    After cracking my head for days, I did a clean reinstall of Windows. As in, from scratch.
    The problem persisted, and I rolled back to driver version 384, which improved things somewhat, but still not optimal. It was still a barebones install, just the driver.
    Today, I remembered that I had forgotten to do something with my clean install. I had forgotten to install the AMD Chipset drivers for my x370 motherboard.
    After I did that, the mouse is working 100%, with a full Nvidia install, including PhysX and Geforce. (At least so far - I just did this like 1 hour ago)
    What I can't explain, is why the problem started in the first place, on my old install, since the chipset drivers were definitely installed then.
    Anyway, it goes back to old advice - make sure ALL drivers are up to date. The chipset is not one most people think of.
    Thanks again for everyone's advice and help. I hope this helps someone in a similar situation!
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