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Have you run xorgconfig ? That is the program that will configure your video card, mouse and other hardware in a text file called xorg.conf. Make sure you have your video card and mouse specs on hand and give it a try. If your not sure about a setting just use the default or take your best guess. Post your complete xorg.conf and xorg.0.log if you can. I dont think you need the vf86config file anyway.