VirtualBox

Ticket #768 (closed defect: fixed)

Opened 7 years ago

Last modified 3 years ago

Mouse driver conflict -> Fixed in 2.2.2

Reported by: naju Owned by:
Priority: major Component: guest additions
Version: VirtualBox 1.5.0 Keywords:
Cc: Guest type: Windows
Host type: other

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.

My setup:

  • 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:

 http://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?t=1536&sid=896e438eaf1a461048b4885059471d45

relevant hardware/software:

  • cpu: amd64 3000+
  • Logitech MX518 mouse
  • Logitech SetPoint 4.00 mouse driver
  • Windows XP Professional SP2 5.1.2600

Attachments

hector-2009-06-25-10-45-16.log Download (67.9 KB) - added by alidaf 5 years ago.
most recent log
hector-2009-06-25-10-45-16.2.log Download (67.9 KB) - added by alidaf 5 years ago.
most recent log
hector-2009-06-23-13-13-57.log Download (140.9 KB) - added by alidaf 5 years ago.
earlier log with lots of mouse errors

Change History

comment:2 Changed 7 years ago by michael

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comment:3 Changed 7 years ago by michael

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comment:4 Changed 6 years ago by intelliboy

I am still having the same problem with virtualbox 1.6. I installed virtualbox on kubuntu 7.10 gutsy with winxp as guest and i have the logitech setpoint software installed. as soon as i boot in winxp, the mouse goes crazy clicking everywhere.

comment:5 Changed 6 years ago by frank

  • Component changed from other to guest additions

comment:6 Changed 6 years ago by frank

  • Guest type changed from other to Windows

comment:7 Changed 5 years ago by ameno

i can confirm this problem with a ubuntu 8.10 host and a win2k guest (used to be my old laptop installation). virtualbox-ose 2.0.4. havent found a workaround yet.

comment:8 Changed 5 years ago by ameno

hm... got it working.. dunno exactly what was the essential step. "uninstalling" the mouse driver, removing all kinds of logitech crap...

comment:9 Changed 5 years ago by 3vi1

I have what sounds to be the same issue with an image I made from an XP system that previously used a Logitech mouse and keyboard.

At first, neither integrated nor capture mode worked: The mouse was stuck on the right side of the screen and seemed to be right-clicking anytime I tried to move it.

I uninstalled the Logitech mouse from the device manager, but the problem didn't go away. I then went into the device manager and overrode the mouse/keybards to the MS standards and removed references to the logitech mouse/keyboard drivers in the registry.

After that, Captured mode works, but Integrated causes the mouse to move down the screen and to the right at a 45-degree angle - like another report I've seen on here.

Re-installing the guest additions did not fix the issue.

(host is Kubuntu 8.10, btw).

comment:10 Changed 5 years ago by 3vi1

Okay, this is weird: I spent over four hours going through the registry of the guest, looking for and removing anything that I thought could be a factor (SMS mouse entries, USB mouse entries, KHALMNPR.exe in Run etc.), I copied all the device drivers over from an image that didn't have the problem, re-installed the guest addtions, and completely powered off/on the guest machine, but still had the exact same symptoms at the end of the day,

So, I gave up an powered off the host.

Today, I turn on the host, start the guest, and integration works perfectly.

What I don't understand is how the host side of integration could have been in a "bad" state, yet integration still worked fine with other images. I really can't think of anything else I did to the guest between it not working yesterday and then working today.

comment:11 Changed 5 years ago by bitblitter

Ubuntu 8.10, Virtual box 2.04 OSE, Guest system WinXP SP3. I had the same problem. Then I disabled mouse integration, navigated through keyboard to uninstall Logitech SetPoint, rebooted, and everything worked again.

comment:12 Changed 5 years ago by sunlover

A similar problem has been fixed recently. Please try the mouse driver attached to ticket  http://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/1324 (if you use a 32 bit Windows guest). Thanks.

comment:13 Changed 5 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

This should be fixed in VirtualBox 2.2.2. Do not forget to update the guest addition to 2.2.2 as well. Reopen this ticket if the problem persists.

comment:14 Changed 5 years ago by alidaf

  • Status changed from closed to reopened
  • Resolution fixed deleted

I'm relatively new to VB and I'm having this exact same issue with version 2.2.4. I'm running Ubuntu 9.04 host and XP guest.

comment:15 Changed 5 years ago by alidaf

Tried 3.0 beta and no change.

comment:16 Changed 5 years ago by sunlover

alidaf, you should attach VBox.log for the VM.

Changed 5 years ago by alidaf

most recent log

Changed 5 years ago by alidaf

most recent log

comment:17 Changed 5 years ago by alidaf

ok thanks. Have done - I think!

Changed 5 years ago by alidaf

earlier log with lots of mouse errors

comment:18 Changed 5 years ago by alidaf

Ok, the way I got rid of the logitech mouse driver completely was to uninstall the mouse from the device manager and then when it reinstalled drivers following reboot - rollback the mouse driver. This then rolled back to the microsoft ps/2 driver. I'd seen comments regarding installing the microsoft driver but no explanations on how to do it. This worked for me. Mouse integration doesn't seem to work but its a step in the right direction. What I think killed it in the first place was mistaking the purpose of the usb filters and checking the usb keyboard/mouse for the guest. What this does, if I understand it correctly is to pass through the usb device to the guest but remove it from the host. I only check security dongles now and leave the mouse one alone.

comment:19 Changed 4 years ago by lat

I too have the continuous right mouse clicking problem with VirtualBox 3.0.10 on OS X 10.6.1 host, Windows XP SP3 guest. The XP was a brand new installation, though I am not sure what exactly it installed (company managed installation). It auto-selected Logitech PS/2 compatible mouse drivers. It looks like I managed to get the mouse to somewhat sane working order by: 1) Install guest additions; 2) Reboot; 3) Login (operate in keyboard mode since mouse is unusable); 4) Edit C:\WINNT\INF\msmouse.inf, under "version" replace "Driverver=07/01/2004,5.1.2600.0"; 5) Edit C:\WINNT\INF\oem8.inf and \$OEM$\$1\OEMDrvs\Unsupported\lm2kplus.inf, under "version" replace "Driverver=11/07/2001,9.79 (aka, make logitech drivers older than ms driver, they now both become unsigned drivers), 6) Control Panel / Administrative tools / Computer Management / Device Manager: Remove Mouse driver; 7) Reboot; 8) Login again, 9) Found New Hardware prompts for driver selection, and now suggests Microsoft PS/2 mouse driver, choose that one; 10) Reboot. And finally, mouse seems to work fine.

comment:20 Changed 4 years ago by Technologov

lat: Your problem is different than original problem. Your problem is fixed in 3.1.0

naju and alidaf: Please retry with 3.1.0. Try with USB disabled, as it grabbed your mouse. Then you can retry with USB enabled too...

-Technologov

comment:21 Changed 3 years ago by frank

  • Status changed from reopened to closed
  • Resolution set to fixed

No response, closing.

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