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Weird USB in 10.2.3
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G4ME
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Feb 2, 2003, 04:47 PM
 
okay i have this weird orrcurance last night while taking screen shots of a dvd with Snap Pro X, it happedn twice, i did the key command ****-apple-3 and it booted itunes and started playing. it then froze my keyboard, i couldn't minimize itunes, and i couldn't play my dvd. i was forced into loging out and loging back in.

I have that PTH itunes notifiyer, snap pro x and the logitech mouse man software. i also up graded iphoto, and imove but i don't think thats the problems.


and clue, it totaly wigged me out last night

I GOT WASTED WITH PHIL SHERRY!!!
     
JeremyS
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Feb 2, 2003, 05:20 PM
 
When you say logitech mouseman, do you mean the new OS X drivers?

Also are you using a cordless keyboard/mouse?

Reason is, I have the same problems, where the mouse will just freeze, it seems like the USB chain hangs because if I turn off the hub then turn it back on it usually starts to work again.
     
G4ME  (op)
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Feb 3, 2003, 06:39 PM
 
nah my mouse is fine moves, it just won't do somthings, minimize, and other stuff, it was very weired

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