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SubjectRe: another must-fix: major PS/2 mouse problem
is there a patch for this bug ?

I have the same problem with my laptop, chip sis630, celeron 1.2Ghz, 256MB of
RAM (32MB for video), mouse on PS/2 (ImPS/2) abd read mp3 throught nfs
partition (ethernet 100MB). I haven't try without traffic on nfs but I will
try next time I boot on the 2.5.70 (currently, I'm running a 2.4.20)

Yoann

Albert Cahalan wrote:
> Lots of people (check Google) get this message
> from the kernel:
>
> psmouse.c: Lost synchronization, throwing 2 bytes away.
>
> (the number of bytes will be 1, 2, or 3)
>
> At work, I get it when there is heavy NFS traffic.
> The mouse goes crazy, jumping around and doing
> random cut-and-paste all over everything. This is
> with a decently fast and modern PC.
>
> I'll guess that NFS and the mouse both have worker
> threads fighting for CPU time, and neither is RT.


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