20 Most Recent Dell U0636 Mouse Questions & Answers


If you have a different mouse that you can use for a few minutes, you can get online, google or whatever search engine that you prefer, and search your mouse model number/brand, etc. You should be able to find on the results list a site you can download/check for missing drives. If you are using a windows program you can check there also. Tell it to check for any missing drives and depending on which windows you have, i think you can do to settings, devices, right click on the dell mouse, and see if it lists something along the lines of checking for missing software, drives, etc. Sometimes it will take you to the site or it will check itself and download them itself. Another thing to try is going straight to dell website, type in product name/model into search box along with 'owners manual' or 'software' key words like that and look around the site. If all else fails find a hotline for dell product on their site. If its a wireless mouse its possible the piece that attaches into the USB port could have broken its chip the sends/receives its signals. In that case you would have to get a new one. That happened to me. Not dell mouse tho. But they pretty much all work the same. If none of this works; I'd re-evaluate the possibility that replacing the broken device may be easier lol. But if you have the time to look around in your computer or online I'm sure any amateur can find n fix it; that's how i learned everything i know- wiki-how to, YouTube, google, and just plain old trial and error ;)

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Jun 14, 2017


This works for all mice.
click the scroll button and movie it up and down for a while and it will work just fine.
i had the same problem with my acer mouse but when i looked at a forum for the mac os x mouse someone said this tip and it worked

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Dec 15, 2014


That is normal operation for a blue tooth mouse unless you run the CD that comes with it or download the software.
Gary

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on May 16, 2014


Your mouse has probably lost its pairing. There should be a button that puts the mouse into answer mode so that when the computer looks for it, the mouse will be found and paired. All you should have to do is get the computer up and running, then turn on the mouse and push the button that makes it answer. (Should be a power switch and then another push button switch that allows the mouse to respond to search queries from the computer.) Then after a few seconds try moving the mouse to determine if it was found. If not found, then try going to devices to make sure it is searching. The mouse should show up on the list of devices.

I have the Microsoft 5000 Bluetooth mouse and it auto pairs. But if I turn it off, it will lose pairing. Sometimes I forget that I didn't turn it off and it is not clear which position of that tiny power switch is the ON, but when I push on the answer button, a light turns on to let me know that power is on. If the mouse is found or if it can't pair, the light goes off so the only way to tell that it is paired is to see it move the mouse pointer. So far it works quite well.

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Nov 07, 2012


remove the bottom panel of the mouse

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Jul 25, 2011


Hello-

Welcome to FixYa, the world's largest product support community.

The Bell chime you are hearing is the sound your computer makes when it discovers a USB device. I suggest you try another USB port on your computer.

Regards,


Deathschythe

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Jun 04, 2011


1.Go into your Control Panel by first clicking on the Start Button.
2.Then click on the Control Panel icon located in the right column of the Start Menu.
3.If your Start Menu is set to the Classic View, then begin by clicking on the Start Button.
4.Then click on Settings, then click on the Control Panel icon to open up the Control Panel.
5.Now, Double click on the Mouse icon to open up the Mouse Properties window.
6.You can adjust the Double click speed ,Drag the Slider bar to left .
Tilt your mouse sideways so you can see the crack where the button contacts the rest of the mouse. Spray compressed air into there while moving the mouse itself around so you can get all angles. Do this for both buttons

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on May 25, 2011


Hello So right now the mouse is still jumping around? You don't need to use recovery cd for this. You can go to control panel, add and remove software look for logitech software, hightlight it and choose uninstall. Check to see if the problem still exists. If still, then go to control panel and double click on Mouse icon, from here you can check the Mouse properties, check mouse speed, pointer, pointer option, wheel, and hardware, for hardware you can should have ps/2 compatible mouse selected, and try it to see if it works. It should be an easy fix.

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on May 07, 2011


Is the cursor stuck or a part of the mouse like scroll?if the cursor is stuck check with a different mouse,maybe the sensor of the mouse is damaged if same check from control panel for mouse settings and from pointer motion settings adjust the slider bar.

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Mar 31, 2011


Remove the ball by turning the cover counter clockwice and clean the rollers inside.
Or better buy an optical mouse.


Hope this will help you.

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Mar 13, 2011


1) Try another usb device in that port.
2) Try the mouse in another USB port.

Is the only way to see if the problem is the port or the mouse. Also make sure that the mouse is plugged to the port directly, not to an USB hub.

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Feb 24, 2011


Sorry not a solution here, just wanted to say I had the same mouse, same problem on my desktop, do you have other usb mice? I had to use a different one and that's after I took my Dell apart to see anything amiss, couldn't see anything wrong, cleaned it well,then it worked!.....for five minutes. Anyways I just got a new mouse.

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Feb 24, 2011


You can clean the LED bulb on the bottom of the mouse with a dry Q-tip to get the dust and stuff out of there.

If that doesn't work try a new mouse pad. Sometimes even brand new mouse pads don't work well in combination with certain brands of mice. Swap it out with a different one and see if your mouse still gives you trouble.

If that fails too, make sure the cable is firmly inserted into the back of the computer.

If all else fails, try a different mouse.

Good luck, and if this was helpful, please rate by clicking on the 4 Thumbs Up icon above.

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Feb 14, 2011


try using the mouse on a different surface

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Feb 11, 2011


check your mouse settings go to control panel/mouse/pointer options and adjust it to suit your need and if it doesnt work simply change the surface the mouse runs

Dell U0636 Mouse | Answered on Feb 11, 2011

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