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Old 04-12-2004, 11:34 AM   #1
ed4linda
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Under REDHAT: Mouse no longer activating on boot, Why?


A couple of months ago we installed REDHAT 9.0 and it has been working fine.
Suddenly this week, when booting LINUX, the mouse is not active. In boot
mouse appears to be nominal. If I go to install mode off my REDHAT disk 1,
mouse works. I also have a DOS/WINDOWS partition (on a different physical drive and no problems with the mouse there). The mouse is a 2-bitton Logitech MX319 Optical mouse (with wheel and two side quick forward/back page buttons on its side) attached through a USB port. Any ideas on what the problem may be or on how to repair it? There were no symptoms prior to the dead mouse in the middle of the screen. I use use the REDHAT in a GUI mode.

Thanks, Doc Rock
 
  


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