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SOLVED Mouse goes veryyyyyy slow and beep beep beep sounds from speaker

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tarbal

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Feb 29, 2016
It happened 2-3 times this week. I have no clue what is causing this...

I recently overclocked my cpu. It never happened before.. I'm wondering if this is related.

Had to reboot the computer.
 

Lochekey

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beep beep beep sound from the speakers

That is just the backup alarm telling the slower computers to get out of the way.:D

In all seriousness though if you think it is related to the overclock have you tried setting your system back to stock to see if it goes away.
 

Vipersfate

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Have you checked RAM. I've had random scenarios where I thought a keyboard, or a mouse has gone bad, and a stick of ram was bad or loose in each occasion. Just a suggestion.
 

trents

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I would also check for viruses and malware, especially root kits.

You might also see if there is a newer bios version for your motherboard or newer chipset drivers on the board manufacturer's website.
 

knoober

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Mar 18, 2015
Maybe should I raise the cpu voltage a tiny bit ?
My first thought was instability of the overclock, but you sound like you've got it pretty stable. It might help to up the voltage, but will raise your Temps as well.

+1 to Lochekey and reverting to stock to see if it fixes the issue. If reverting to stock doesn't fix the issue then you know your overclock isn't to blame
 
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tarbal

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I have the same issue after reverting to stock.

I did try clean install of audio/video/xbox drivers. I did even try to run a Windows repair. Same issue. That's frustrating.
 

knoober

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What about a different keyboard and mouse? Drivers and overclock are ruled out. Time to check hardware.

Edit:The only other option that I know of is a fresh install of Windows -- or maybe reverting to a restore point before the problem -- maybe someone else will chime in though
 
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tarbal

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Replaced the mouse. Same issue. This situation is so frustrating.
Will do a fresh install if Windows this weekend.