Here’s a peculiar issues I’ve encountered the second time this week. Out of the blue, the mouse pointer will start shaking/wiggling/moving up and down heretically, while the mouse itself is standing still. Turning the mouse off, disconnecting the receiver dongle will do nothing. The previous time I fixed it with a reboot, but this time I didn’t want to resort to the same “fix” because I have a lot of windows open, and I want to keep the state of my running apps and services.
Fortunately, I found a better way to fix this issue, although it’s not a permanent fix. What I did was to switch to a different GUI, then go back to my original one. So first, CTRL+ALT+F1 to go to the other GUI, then CTRL+ALT+F2 to go back to the original one (which kept the state intact, less the shaking pointer thanks god). Your current GUI might not necessarily be at F2 as in my case, just try all F1-F12 combinations until you find it.
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