a quick search on google pointed to a wirless/corded mouse driver that was the problem..an update of your mouse driver or i also read that the removal of KMWDFilter.sys solved the problem with no ill affects but do so at own risk..kind regards aknic
Sorry this did not work.My mouse would not work at all after I deleted the file so I restored it from the recycle bin without success.I then uninstalled and reinstalled the mouse driver and the mouse still would not work so I did a system restore and all os ok again except for the blue screens. I am going to try a new mouse. Many thanks for trying to help me.
Hopefully a new mouse will cure it for you. I personally use a Logitech V400 dual laser cordless mouse. It is meant for Laptops, but I use it on my desktop PC. Not cheap, about £29, but worth it in my opinion. click here