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Ubuntu Mouse Problem?

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Ubuntu Mouse Problem?

Tyharo
I recently install Ubuntu along side Windows 7. Everything boots find and works well except my mouse. For some reason when I open an application or any window my mouse will not work on anything out side the window and some stuff inside. For example, when I open the software center my mouse works just fine inside the window but if I try to open something else I will not be able to click it and when i want to close the window I cannot click I have to use alt+F4.
Any Idea how I can fix this?
Im suing a laptop and I am using Ubuntu 11.04.
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    markp24

    hi what mouse hardware and type do you have? (ie ms wireless, logitech usb, etc)

    maybe a known incompatability with it?

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    Tyharo

    I'm suing a R.A.T. 7 (wired) and it has its own drivers but Ubuntu automatically gets drivers though. Not only does my mouse do that but my touch pad too.

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    Tyharo

    Never mind, after unplugging my mouse the touch pad worked fine. So is there a way to fix the compatibility issue

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    markp24

    So i guess we can say haveing booth connected at once cause an issue. Thank you for reporting the solution, it helps us all ! :)

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    Tyharo

    but now we need a complete solution, maybe if I install wine and install the driver from the CD it may work.

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    Tyharo

    So about an hour ago my system told me I had updates, I installed the updates and decided to test the mouse. It Works!
    Just update Ubuntu and it will automatically be fixed when you restart.

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    markp24

    Great news!!! thank you for updating us all. So the updates actually do work...lol

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    markp24

    hi what mouse hardware and type do you have? (ie ms wireless, logitech usb, etc)

    maybe a known incompatability with it?

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    Tyharo

    I'm suing a R.A.T. 7 (wired) and it has its own drivers but Ubuntu automatically gets drivers though. Not only does my mouse do that but my touch pad too.

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    Tyharo

    Never mind, after unplugging my mouse the touch pad worked fine. So is there a way to fix the compatibility issue

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    markp24

    So i guess we can say haveing booth connected at once cause an issue. Thank you for reporting the solution, it helps us all ! :)

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    Tyharo

    but now we need a complete solution, maybe if I install wine and install the driver from the CD it may work.

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    Tyharo

    So about an hour ago my system told me I had updates, I installed the updates and decided to test the mouse. It Works!
    Just update Ubuntu and it will automatically be fixed when you restart.

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    markp24

    Great news!!! thank you for updating us all. So the updates actually do work...lol