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Default Mouse works in console not Xorg

I had FreeBSD 7.0 AMD64 running on and ECS A 770M-A mobo with a ps/2 wired mouse that the kernel ID's as an intellimouse on irq 3. I recall have some trouble getting the mouse set up on the initial install.

I upgraded to 7.1 as a dual boot with BlueWhite64 linux.

My problem is that the mouse is not recognized in FreeBSD 7.1 Xorg. It works fine in BlueWhite 64 and in FreeBSD console cutting and pasting.

I also tried a different mouse that was recognized as a ps/2 mouse irq12 in the kernel and stopping moused and setting Xorg protocol to "ps/2" and device to "/dev/psm0"

Still works in everything but Xorg

Any suggestions

Thanks in advance
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