I have intel pentium 4 assembled system and the mother board is 845glly. I have installed XP proffessional with sp2 in my system. after that i was configuring the mother board with the drivers which i down loaded from the net. after installing audio and graphics it was restarted, thereafter the mouse pointer is not moving....
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Here is the link to download the driver, click IntelliType Pro 7.1 32-bit for Windows XP. If your OS is not Windows XP, you can also go here, and select 1) Keyboard 2) Wireless Desktop Elite Keyboard 4) Windows 7 (or which applies to you) 5) English.
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Hi there. While you are in the operating system, unplug both the USB devices, then plug them back in, let windows recognize the new hardware and install it for you, this can take a couple of minutes, once it says hardware is installed and ready to use reboot the PC and see if you can use the keyboard and mouse while in the OS. please post back with any more problems
Yes, the cordless mouse will work on a desktop system, but because of the limitations in distance between the mouse and the USB transceiver, you will have to plug the transceiver into a USB port on the front of your system, or to a USB port on your keyboard or monitor if they have one.
You will also have to install the correct drivers on to the desktop system using the INSTALL CDROM that should have come with the V320 mouse.
i would y going to the web site and check with them if you have thee right drivers for your XP OS as some programs still do not ship with the right drivers if this fails try just disconecting your mouse and key oard the shut your PC down and start it up again when you hear the beep to let you know that you do not have a key baoard or mouse reconect the two items may be XP will try to load you key board and mouse for you as it has a host of drivers for most components
Hope this works