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Windows 10 odities

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by IJAC, Jul 6, 2019.

  1. IJAC

    IJAC Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    Wife fired up her computer on Thursday the mouse was jumpy and not moving correctly.I tried another mouse same problem.Then she said the keyboard wasn't working correctly so I tried another keyboard worked somewhat better.She got frustrated and shut it down so I shutdown too and watched TV.Well Friday morning I decided to fire it up it did a couple of updates and everything is working as usual.From some of the things I've been reading about Windows 10 updates breaking things this is the first for me to have it fix something.Just thought I would post this in case someone may have this happen to them in the future.
     
  2. Tony D

    Tony D Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    Thanks Clair,

    What did you do to fix it?

    When you shut down, did you do a Shift-Shut Down?
     
  3. IJAC

    IJAC Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    No I have the power button set to shut down when push it (I set all my computers like that since you informed me about it.)I could get the cursor to move but it was jerky so I moved it around slowly and went to updates and updated windows.For some reason when it rebooted that fixed everything to my surprise.Most of the time it seems windows updates are breaking peoples computers that is why I was surprised it fixed my problem.The mouse was a Logitech marble mouse USB and the other one I tried was the same but newer.Maybe there was some conflict with the driver don't know it is a mystery to me.
     
  4. starbuck

    starbuck Administrator - Malware Removal Specialist Administrator

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    On occasions I've had usb driver problems on Win 10..... effecting my keyboard and mouse.
    Have always found that a reboot is all that is needed to sort it out.
     
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  5. IJAC

    IJAC Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    Yep me too but I did that before the update and didn't correct it.I hate to give M$ updates the credit but looks like that fixed it.I would rather say aliens dropped in and fixed it but it didn't happen that way.Thanks for the reminder starbuck sometimes I do forget the easy stuff first sometimes but the one time I do remember it didn't work.
     

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