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Have no idea what other direction to go. Can this be a hardware problem of some sort with the machine itself?
When I take a break in a bit think I'll restart again and check the BIOS; think there might be a switch in their someplace.
What were you doing...
Oh well, this machine is basically for e-mail and surfing with just a bit of light work occasionally thrown in. As long as I can use the PS2 mouse I'm fine. I'll search around here and there for a solution as I have time.
Thanks for your help, folks.
I tried my "dead mouse" on other pc's and the left button didn't work on them either, hence my concluding it was the mouse that was dead.
Tried switching buttons the other day and mice didn't work at all, no left or right click, no scroll.
Try "Safe Mode".
Call me paranoid, but I would definitely suspect spyware (or a crappy piece of utility/security software). Also, if you haven't done so already, try using a generic mouse driver rather than any fancy Logitec drivers, etc. The simplest way to achieve this would probably be to uninstall the mouse in the Device Manager, restart and let Windows redetect it.
Any chance this might have to do with the USB controller?
Logitech huh? The newest version of iTunes is having problems because of my logitech software. I have to exit my logitech software or else iTunes hangs. Lots of talk about that on the internet.