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Originally posted by thedosser My mouse is a Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3 and the Card is an NVIDIA GeForce2 MX
My feeling is that neither of those were in existence when RH9 was released, so they might be expected to cause problems. Try Fedora Core 3 instead! It's basically a more up to date version of RH9, which is now over 1 1/2 years old.
Ill try downloading fedora I have tried changing to a standard PS/2 mouse and the same error message!
Even though RH9 is old, it should still have detected your mouse and video card.
Where did you get your RH9 from? I have had problems with cd's that come with books so I always download directly from Redhat or the Fedora project AND check the md5sum. Therefore, it is still a good idea to get the latest FC3.