As reported in this list by several people, you may be seeing that
your PS/2 mouse is not detected after the recent ACPI update.

This seems to be caused by ACPI in some BIOS assigns IRQ 12 (mouse
interrupt) to both the PS/2 mouse device node and the system reserved
resource node.

To see if this is to be your case, put the following line in
/boot/device.hints and reboot.


If this brings your mouse back, I recommend you to keep that line
there until the proper fix is committed.

If it doesn't solve the problem, there must be other causes ;-( 
You had better contact the FreeBSD ACPI developers


PS: I am going to commit some update to the psm driver shortly.
But, that alone won't fix the problem. Sorry...

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