dan at danielmichel.net
Sun Jun 6 11:07:43 UTC 2010
no, it is not windows. i never boot into windows. i cannot set my mouse
speed within linux. i un-plug, re-plug, re-boot. no changes.
Date: Sat, 5 Jun 2010 23:27:34 -0400
From: Hal Burgiss<hal at burgiss.net>
Subject: Re: Arc? Mouse
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On Sat, Jun 5, 2010 at 2:52 PM, Danny Michel<dan at danielmichel.net> wrote:
> > any news with your issue?
> > On 6/1/10 8:38 PM, Danny Michel wrote:
> > hoping we both get help
> > On 6/1/10 7:58 PM, ??zhuzx wrote:
> > i also have the same question. but my mouse is not Microsoft Arc Mouse. my
> > pc is ideapad Y460, and my mouse is a gift from Lenovo. when i boot into
> > ubuntu, the mouse can work well, but sometime, it just doesn't work. when i
> > move the mouse, the cursor can move, but whatver i click, right-click or
> > duble-click, it doesn't work. But at this time, i still can use my pc's
> > multi-touch, and it works well. when i un-plug and re-plug the usb
> > connector, the mouse works well again. i don't why this happen, and i want a
> > solution, thanks!
>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>?This email is sent by zhuzx?
> > On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 01:39, Danny Michel<dan at danielmichel.net> wrote:
>> >> every time i boot into ubuntu after i have been on windows, the mouse
>> >> wheel scrolling on my Microsoft Arc? Mouse is messed up (too fast) on
>> >> ubuntu. i found an 'article', but if i'm understanding correctly, they
>> >> are saying it is 'solved' because 'all you have to do' is un-plug and
>> >> re-plug the usb connector. this doesn't sound like it solved to me. is
>> >> that what they are saying? un-plug, then re-plug the connector every
>> >> time we start ubuntu?
>> >> https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/9200 . also, i can't set
>> >> my mouse speed within ubuntu.
The problem sounds like Windows, not Ubuntu.
Suggested solution: Uninstall Windows, or just reformat the partition
its on. That has a high likelihood of removing this annoyance once and
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