Installed the drivers from the CD, installation went fine but when i plugged the usb transceiver nothing happened the three lights stayed dark didn't flash or anything. tried typing and using the mouse it didn't respond i have the ms 4000 comfort keyboard and the 5000 lazer mouse. my computer doesn't even realize that something is pluged in this problem has occurred on 3 different computers
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Do a restore, to back before you installed it, you just want to do the restore point before the install then you start fresh and then make sure under your device settings that you have more than one usb port active, designate under the default programs that the auto play is on, you get it, easy.
No need for a mouse to have a driver, friend. Try to insert into other usb port...wait till the computer initialize and configure your mini mouse...
If the problem still exist...restart your pc to initialize the mouse...Done!
If still nothing happen...besides you try all the usb port in your pc. I think you need to buy new good mouse...Done
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.
You must enable USB Keyboard in your BIOS.. and Turn OFF PS/2 detect if it has it. Have a look in the BIOS and see if there is any entries for USB etc...
What you need to do is, boot up & then install the correct "Drivers" for your Keyboard from the CD etc that came with ya KB, then reboot and after reboot insert ya keyboard.. if it asks for drivers point it to them, on CD etc. THEN after next and subsequent boots it should be OK.
I had a squiz on "Google' but didn't find any drivers? :(