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Changes between Initial Version and Version 2 of Ticket #768


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10/11/07 15:37:35 (7 years ago)
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  • Ticket #768 – Description

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    44My setup: 
    5 -Dual-boot Gentoo linux amd64/Windows XP 32-bit system 
    6 -All partitions are primary 
    7 -Windows XP has 2 hardware profiles, one for virtualbox, one for the native hardware, which are used for their respective tasks. 
    8 -Guest additions is installed on winxp/virtualbox hardware profile. 
    9 -I am using the raw host hard disk support to boot the winxp partition directly from the VM. 
     5 - Dual-boot Gentoo linux amd64/Windows XP 32-bit system 
     6 - All partitions are primary 
     7 - Windows XP has 2 hardware profiles, one for virtualbox, one for the native hardware, which are used for their respective tasks. 
     8 - Guest additions is installed on winxp/virtualbox hardware profile. 
     9 - I am using the raw host hard disk support to boot the winxp partition directly from the VM. 
    1010 
    1111This 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: 
    1212 
    13 -With mouse integration (from guest additions) enabled, if the pointer is moved, both mouse buttons are clicked rapidly and uncontrollably. 
    14 -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. 
     13 - With mouse integration (from guest additions) enabled, if the pointer is moved, both mouse buttons are clicked rapidly and uncontrollably. 
     14 - 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. 
    1515 
    1616I 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. 
     
    1919 
    2020relevant hardware/software: 
    21 cpu: amd64 3000+ 
    22 Logitech MX518 mouse 
    23 Logitech SetPoint 4.00 mouse driver 
    24 Windows XP Professional SP2 5.1.2600 
     21 - cpu: amd64 3000+ 
     22 - Logitech MX518 mouse 
     23 - Logitech SetPoint 4.00 mouse driver 
     24 - Windows XP Professional SP2 5.1.2600 

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