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Old 30th April 2012, 05:18 PM
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f-16: mouse stop working after some minutes.

Hi friends.
I hope someone here could help me.
I got fedora working ok so far, but suddenly, after some minutes the mouse begins to perform strange: when hove it over some bit it highlights ok, as expected, but left click is ignored. I found that right click works but that´s not enough the whole session is affected. It's frustrating, yeah.
Only restart resolve the impasse but, some minutes after the problem again. Does anyone experienced this same?. Would anyone know to tell me something, please?.
I would appreciate any clue.
PS. perhaps something to do with freezing? I tryed with the laptop touch pad and the same, I shouldn't be the only one. I got the os updated. Have no idea about the problem.
Please help!
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