Re: [W] Frozen/Unresponsive Mouse

Glen Ferguson (deltatec@sat.net)
Mon, 12 Feb 1996 18:51:42 -0600


>Regarding Frozen/Unresponsive Mouse with CUSeeMe:
>
>On Fri, 9 Feb 1996 09:56:33 -0500, William Neuman <wneuman@baldcom.net> said:
>><stuff deleted>
>>My problem is after starting the program and once my local video comes on the
>>screen my mouse freezes. Locks solid. The program continues to work. I can
get
>>around by tabbing and connecting. I can view the chat window and see
videos of
>>others.
>>
>>I am running a Pentium 100mhz, 16 meg ram, Diamond Stealth 3200 2meg vram,
>>logitech 3 button mouse and Win 3.1. Every other programs I have work fine
(ver
>>.08b7 too). I have to reboot my system to correct the frozen mouse.
>>
>>I have changed the mouse driver to ver 6.24. The newest I could find. Any
>>suggestions?
>
>I have a similar problem. I am using a Diamond Stealth 64 2Meg DRAM,
>a Microsoft mouse, and the (ugh) MediaVision Pro Movie Spectrum capture
card. I
>am using version 8.20 of the mouse driver. My mouse does not 'lock up,' but
does
>become *very* unresponsive - like it is missing interrupts or something. This
>does not happen when running Video for Windows utilites (VIDCAP, etc.), only
>when CUSeeMe is running. I have checked (and double checked) for interrupt
>conflicts, but have found none. Any suggestions for either of us?
>
>-Jim Tonti

Well guys, I've got a Diamond Stealth 64 PCI w/ 2M DRAM. While running the
pre-release beta of Win 95 I discovered that the driver for video cards that
use the S3 chip uses memory area that "belongs" to COM4. This created
problems with my mouse and modem until I changed ports for both. There may
be a tie-in, or then again maybe not.