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Old 02-27-2017, 01:29 AM   #1
Jaime Velez
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Default Phantom Mouse Clicks wuen using USB3 monitor

I connect the Lenovo Think vision lt4223 to an ASUS Win 10 Desktop with nvidia Gforce 650 graphics card and always get phantom mouse clicks that do not allow using the computer. They happen either on the conventional monitors and/or the usb monitor.
the problem ceases when I disconect the usb monitor.
Can somone help me solve this inconvenience?

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Old 02-28-2017, 09:30 AM   #2
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Hello Jaime,

I am unable to find information about that product.
Would you please be able to use the third link in my forum signature to create the ZIP file with the customer support tool so I can look into the details?

Also, I wish to confirm I understand properly. Do these ghost clicks mean that the computer is acting like if the mouse was clicked? Is that random, or takes place after a particular set of events? Is that display touch screen?

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