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Efeezy20

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I have been having issues with my mouse and keyboard which sometimes just stops working especially when I am playing Medal of Honor Allied Assault. Just wondering if there is anything I can do please tell me.
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Wlkingman

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It sounds to me like your motherboard might be going... I would wait for another reply to confirm or deny such a grim statement though.... :whistling:
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Efeezy20

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Well I just figured it only occurs when I play in Medal of Honor. Other then that it is fine when I do other things on my computer. So I don't know if it is my motherboard, cause it only does it in my pc game.
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I am having the same issue. It started while I was playing BF2 about 2 weeks ago and its not happening on my wife's profile.
It especially frustrating when Im flying a chopper and i just start nosediving for the ground.

To fix it, I have to unplug and re-insert into the USB port. Ive tried using all of the USB and still get the same result.

help!!
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Troy

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If you both have USB mice/keyboards, try using a PS/2 version. If that fixes the problem then we know it's a USB issue.
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