Microsoft mouse uninstalled by Ideacom

  • Thread starter Ernst - EXE Graphics
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Ernst - EXE Graphics

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Ernst - EXE Graphics

This mouse problem occured on all our PC's as wel as our server. Even
reinstalling the Intellipoint software did not enable the 3rd,4th and 5th
mouse functions.

Hopefully Microsoft wil rectify this problem a.s.a.p.
 
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Ernst - EXE Graphics

Uninstalling does not help. On reboot it just reinstalls Ideacom again on
all XP and Vista systems. Our whole network has the problem.
 
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Stuart

Same problem here to. 3 machines screwed up.

I used a usb mouse on one machine and Remote Desktop on the others to roll
back the driver.

Seems to have worked fine
 
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Ernst - EXE Graphics

Did a roll back drivers on our XP machines, but it kept reinstalling the
ideacom drivers on rebooting. Got rid of that problem by deleting the two
driver files from windows/system32/drivers folder. Now to do it on the whole
network.
 
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Alias

Ernst said:
My Microsoft wireless mouse driver was replaced by IdeaCom Technology Inc. -
Input - IdeaCom HID Touch Screen (PS/2) driver.

Update detail:

Installation date: ‎14/‎01/‎2009 08:25

Installation status: Successful

Update type: Optional

IdeaCom Technology Inc. Input software update released in December, 2008

More information:
http://winqual.microsoft.com/support/?driverid=20236924

Help and Support:
http://support.microsoft.com/select/?target=hub

Did you get the update through Automatic Updates or did you go to the
update web site?

Alias
 
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Ernst - EXE Graphics

Automatic updates with script to install optional as well. Have now
disabled the script and hid the update.
 
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Rahul

Finally I found the solution. In my case Windows was installing same driver
even after uninstlling it. Finally I deleted C:\windows\inf\OEM9.inf file and
then uninstalled the Ideacom drivers. On restarting machine it installed the
PS/2 compatible driver and my mouse started working.
 

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