Hi all, here's my scenario:
Host: Win 7 Professional 64 bit
Guest: Windows XP Pro 32 bit
I'm trying to play the game Minecraft on the guest os. Game launches fine, and I can move around with the keyboard. However, when using the mouse to look around, the movements are way off, mostly I just look around in circles no matter which direction I'm trying to look.
I then tried to attach a second mouse, and activate the USB-filter for that mouse. Now when I play Minecraft, the mouse movements are correct, but instead the mouse pointer disappears. I can get the mouse pointer to show up in Windows by enabling mouse trails, but mouse pointer is still not showing up in the game.
So to sum it up:
1. By using the "regular" mouse everything works except moving around in Minecraft.
2. By using a secondary mouse and applying the usb filter, the mouse pointer disappears, but moving around in Minecraft works perfectly.
Anyone got any tips on how to solve this? I would prefer to be able to solve this by getting the secondary mouse to work, since the main reason I want this to work is to let my kids play games on the guest os on a secondary monitor (with secondary mouse & keyboard), while I can continue to work on the host os.