- Every time, after hibernating, my USB mouse has stopped working.
- Unplugging the USB mouse, and plugging it back in again, has fixed the problem. Fortunately this did not crash the PC, this type of action is potentially risky.
- I wanted a non-physical solution, and couldn't find one on the Internet...
- (For clarity: I have a PS/2 to USB adapter, with 2 PS/2 slots on one end (keyboard unused/mouse used), and a USB on the other.)
- Eventually, I found that the following worked for me:
Human Interface Devices, USB Input Device, Disable
Human Interface Devices, USB Input Device, Enable
- This did not work:
Human Interface Devices, Mice and other pointing devices, Disable
Human Interface Devices, Mice and other pointing devices, Enable
- I'm writing here in case anybody has any other ideas, or has a more direct programmatic solution. Thanks.
- I can provide at least this basic AHK code:
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Run, devmgmt.msc ;Device Manager