However ... the wireless Logitech mouse that I used on my old XP system is now somewhat unstable. Simply put, it works but doesn't scroll side-to-side or up-and-down without occasionally hesitating then jumping forward. I've searched high and low for a simple solution and have tried a couple of fixes folks suggested that made no difference. (i.e. changing the mouse scroll from 3 to 4 lines).
This is far from a major calamity, to be sure, but it IS exasperating.
Since I went ahead and ran DDS, I'm posting the log per the instructions. If there's something that can be adjusted to create a more cooperative mouse, I'd be grateful if you'd identify it. As well, the log correctly notes that several Windows security updates failed to install. Perhaps that can be addressed as well?
In any event, I sincerely appreciate any efforts made on my behalf. My thanks in advance.
= Richard =
As there are no malware or virus issues, the DDS log has been removed so you can receive assistance in a more appropriate forum. ~ OB
Edited by Orange Blossom, 20 November 2015 - 03:46 AM.
DDS log removed and moved to more appropriate forum. ~ OB