* Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus (churns)
* Seagate FreeAgent (churns)
* SimpleTech something or another
I recently upgraded to Windows 7, although this has been happening since Vista. I'm on the Home 64 bit edition.
What's worse is how my keyboard and mouse are mostly non-responsive and jerky. I'm struggling to determine if this is a laptop issue (I own a Sager NP8662), hard-drive(s) issue, or some kind of weird hub issue. The hard-drives were all purchased within the last 3 years (approximately 1 per year). The rest of the hardware is brand new.
My NZXT Cryo LX notebook cooler includes a built-in hub. I have this connected to one of my laptop USB ports (only laptop USB port in use). I then also have a Belkin 4-port hub connected to the notebook cooler. My three external hard-drives, printer, mouse, and keyboard are connected to either the notebook cooler or Belkin hub.
I've had the mouse/keyboard issue with Vista, but it seemed to go away after a few days when I first got my laptop and didn't make a reappearance until the Windows 7 upgrade.
I've tried Process Monitor, but that didn't really seem to help much. I've restricted indexing for all three external hard-drives. I've tried uninstalling the mouse driver and then plugging it into a different port.
Anyone know what might be wrong? :-( I'm so fed up.
Edited by Mateo1041, 08 November 2009 - 11:04 PM.