On Monday, October 3, 2016 at 9:05:01 AM UTC-4, nishi...@gmail.com wrote:
> Ok thank you guys, on my next Qubes install I'll use your advices to disable 
> ipv6 on Debian :) Anyway I use Fedora as well, I use both. Thanks again.
> 
> But right now as I don't want either to go back to my old crappy mouse, 
> either to continue with this high DPI uncontrollable skating mouse, 
> unfortunately I am completely locked. Since ~10 days :(
> 
> This is really strange I never encountered problems on Qubes by the past to 
> use the "dd" command to burn an iso. I tried to add "bs=512" but I still 
> can't boot on my USB, so that I could install those mouse drivers to lower 
> down DPI, then uninstall Windows and continue on my way to try a BSD Unix 
> system..

I don't understand what you mean.  Did you try the system settings,  and mouse 
settings from the start menu?

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