Ticket #768 (closed defect: fixed)
Mouse driver conflict -> Fixed in 2.2.2
|Reported by:||naju||Owned by:|
Description (last modified by michael) (diff)
I have tested this with the official 1.5.0 build (VirtualBox_1.5.0_Linux_amd64.run) and a build from today ( http://virtualbox.org/download/testcase/VirtualBox-2007-10-11-12-32-37-lin64-rel.run), with their respective guest additions.
- Dual-boot Gentoo linux amd64/Windows XP 32-bit system
- All partitions are primary
- Windows XP has 2 hardware profiles, one for virtualbox, one for the native hardware, which are used for their respective tasks.
- Guest additions is installed on winxp/virtualbox hardware profile.
- I am using the raw host hard disk support to boot the winxp partition directly from the VM.
This setup works perfectly until I install the Logitech mouse driver software, "SetPoint", when running Windows XP natively (and after a reboot). After that, whenever I run winxp in virtualbox, the mouse shows the following behavior:
- With mouse integration (from guest additions) enabled, if the pointer is moved, both mouse buttons are clicked rapidly and uncontrollably.
- With mouse integration disabled, after the mouse pointer is captured, it appears to be "stuck" on the left side of the screen and both mouse buttons are clicked as before.
I have failed to correct this problem by uninstalling SetPoint or guest additions. The only way is to bring the mouse pointer back to a normal state in the VM is to re-install Windows.
I have found few reports of this, except maybe the "mouse pointer stuck in left corners of the screen" kind of deal, except this:
- cpu: amd64 3000+
- Logitech MX518 mouse
- Logitech SetPoint 4.00 mouse driver
- Windows XP Professional SP2 5.1.2600
comment:13 Changed 7 years ago by sunlover
- Status changed from new to closed
- Resolution set to fixed
- Summary changed from Mouse driver conflict to Mouse driver conflict -> Fixed in 2.2.2
comment:14 Changed 7 years ago by alidaf
- Status changed from closed to reopened
- Resolution fixed deleted