Windows 10 amd computer with a mouse lag after a system restore.


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    Windows 10
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    Windows 10 amd computer with a mouse lag after a system restore.


    So I was having some network issues after a power outage and after hours of trying to resolve the dns issue, I decided to just reset my PC to a fresh install using the built in restore feature.

    My specs: amd fx-6300, r9 270, 8gb ram.

    Now, with the same hardware, I have a mouse lag of about a second. I'm using a wireless trackpad/keyboard combo and I replaced the battery already. I have turned on the performance mode on my PC (disable aero and all that crap), dropped the resolution, debloated windows, updated drivers. Any other recommendations?
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  2. spunk's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit 20H2
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    Who is the manufacturer of the Trackpad and Keyboard?
    You said you updated drivers, did you go to the Manufacturers support/download drivers and download the drivers for your trackpad and keyboard?
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       #3

    It's a victsing plug and play. No manufacturer drivers for it.

    I don't have any additional hardware installed on this computer. It's just a Plex server. The drivers I installed were the chipset and video card through the AMD updater.
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  4. Lance1's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Professional x64 20H2
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    DrunkDrewman said:
    It's a victsing plug and play. No manufacturer drivers for it.

    I don't have any additional hardware installed on this computer. It's just a Plex server. The drivers I installed were the chipset and video card through the AMD updater.
    This could be an option. Plex and Technicial Support!!
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  5. Posts : 3
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    Thread Starter
       #5

    Okay after a couple hours of troubleshooting, I figured out the problem. I just had to increase the refresh rate in display settings
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