Warning 1/14/2009 update disables PS/2 mouse -->IdeaCom Technology Inc. - Input - IdeaCom HID Touch


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pzam

IdeaCom Technology Inc. - Input - IdeaCom HID Touch Screen (PS/2)

Installation date: ?1/?14/?2009 12:27 AM

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
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After installing this update and rebooting my logitech ps/2 mouse would not
work I did the usual removed mouse driver and reloaded. then looked to
see what the update was and seen it was ps/2 also so I uninstalled it.

Thought I would pass on a heads up.

Frank
 
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gcapp99

First, use a USB mouse temporarily to navigate; In Windows Explorer, browse
your C:\Windows\inf directory for "oemxx.inf" files. The "xx" is a number
assigned by Windows- mine was oem11.inf.

Right-click it, click "Properties". Look at the "Created" date- it should be
the same as the Windows Update session that installed it. Look at the
"Modified" date- mine said Thursday, December 11, 2008 6:14:56am- the date
the driver was packaged.

Delete it or drag it to a folder where Windows won't look for it, like My
Documents.

Open Device Manager, expand HID devices and delete the IdeaCom device.
Reboot. Done.
 
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Bryan Kreitz

Alternatively, you can download and reinstall the latest driver for you
pointer device from your computer manufacturer's website.
 
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