Fixing the "Crazy Mouse" Problem
Windows versions starting with Windows 2000 through Windows 10 (the latest Windows version as of updating this article) has a problem where a GPS is mistaken for a old-fashioned Ballpoint serial mouse, most of which died years ago. Because of this error, your mouse cursor will jump about the screen as if its tail was just caught in a trap. Frequently, Windows will also think you are randomly pressing the mouse button while this is happening which can lead to all sorts of nasty things. Here’s how to fix it.
Download this .reg file and Merge (run) it with your Widows Registry. This will turn off discovery of Ballpoint Serial mice.
Please note: This works great on the few computers we have tried it on, but this could change as Microsoft releases newer versions of Windows.