X5000 problems

AmigaOne X5000 platform specific issues.

Re: X5000 problems

Postby tbreeden » Fri May 26, 2017 3:45 am

amigasociety wrote:
daveyw wrote:Three times I have booted up and found the mouse has gone wonky. It won't move left or right, only up and down, and inverted (so moving the mouse forward moves the pointer down and vice-versa). Additionally, the screen is dragged with it. Only seen it three times so I haven't played around with using a different mouse. Have to reboot.



Wireless mouse or usb cabled?

I experience this sometimes too, mouse cursor gets stuck upper top left on screen. If I move the mouse it barely moves but not in right direction and only left and right. I blame it on my wireless logitech mouse maybe conflicting with a 2nd exact same mouse I use on my linux box.
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Or has nothing to do with it but I do get kinda what you get.

TJ


I also see the same thing with my wireless Logitech mouse: the mouse pointer stuck in the upper left of the screen and I cannot move it, just need to reboot.
No Linux box or other hardware to interfer.

Mouse buttons still work.
It happens seemingly randomly. It can happen after a power on in the morning, or on a soft boot.
But infrequently enough that I gave up diagnosis, and just boot again. I don't think it has every happened on that second boot.

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Re: X5000 problems

Postby amigasociety » Sat May 27, 2017 12:04 am

Wow, glad it is just not me going loopy.

I sense some USB issues with some situations on X5K but really can't say for sure.

I guess we live with it. I don't have another brand of wireless to try in case it is the mouse but does the same on 2 same model logitech I own.

TJ

tbreeden wrote:
amigasociety wrote:
daveyw wrote:Three times I have booted up and found the mouse has gone wonky. It won't move left or right, only up and down, and inverted (so moving the mouse forward moves the pointer down and vice-versa). Additionally, the screen is dragged with it. Only seen it three times so I haven't played around with using a different mouse. Have to reboot.



Wireless mouse or usb cabled?

I experience this sometimes too, mouse cursor gets stuck upper top left on screen. If I move the mouse it barely moves but not in right direction and only left and right. I blame it on my wireless logitech mouse maybe conflicting with a 2nd exact same mouse I use on my linux box.
...
Or has nothing to do with it but I do get kinda what you get.

TJ


I also see the same thing with my wireless Logitech mouse: the mouse pointer stuck in the upper left of the screen and I cannot move it, just need to reboot.
No Linux box or other hardware to interfer.

Mouse buttons still work.
It happens seemingly randomly. It can happen after a power on in the morning, or on a soft boot.
But infrequently enough that I gave up diagnosis, and just boot again. I don't think it has every happened on that second boot.

tom
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Re: X5000 problems

Postby amigasociety » Sat May 27, 2017 12:08 am

Why yes I am..... and why would I be playing with silly Amiga when I have in my bathroom a computer that is zillion times better.... I shit cray computers for breakfast bigger than an AMiga. :mrgreen: :lol: :ugeek: :twisted:

Hope my impression of TJ Miller was OK for you. LOL

TJ

*btw, love the show. I die laughing after each episode.

daveyw wrote:
amigasociety wrote:Wireless mouse or usb cabled?


It's a basic wired mouse Zalman ZM-M201R

amigasociety wrote:TJ


Please tell me you're TJ Miller from Silicon Valley/Deadpool. :D
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