With the adapter you have to make sure it is compatible with your system for the thiker one it is most commonly a v shape but with the slimline they most of the time just look like four ports hope i helped
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How old is the mouse? Corded or cordless? PS2 or USB?
In general, for USB mice that don't work, check that the USB ports are working by trying the mouse in a different port. Try another (known working device) in the ports and see if that responds. If a PS2 to USB (or USB to PS2) adapter is in use, replace it or just replace the mouse (remember the mouse dongle is not interchangeable with a keyboard type).
Mice are relatively cheap and will fail. Corded mice will get a break in the cord over time - replacing them is simpler than trying to find the break. Cordless mice require checking the batteries and the receiver.
From the looks of the picture it is a PS2. To connect to the internet for online gaming(you cannot surf the web with a PS2) you simply need to buy a "PS2 Network Adapter". It hooks to the back of your PS2 system behind the removable plate, and you connect either a standard phone line, or an Ethernet cable into it. A bonus is that there are no monthly payments like the XBOX system, so all you have to do is buy the adapter and you are set.
Here is a link to what you need, but you can by it from many places(best buy, walmart, ect...)
Just buy that adapter and follow the instructions that come with it. I will have to warn you though, the PS2 online community is not linked to the PS3 online community, so there may not be many players to play against since most of them do not use the PS2 online anymore.
To connect to the internetfor online gaming(you cannot surf the web with a PS2) you simply needto buy a "PS2 Network Adapter". It hooks to the back of your PS2 systembehind the removable plate, and you connect either a standard phoneline, or an Ethernet cable into it. A bonus is that there are nomonthly payments like the XBOX system, so all you have to do is buy theadapter and you are set.
Justbuy that adapter and follow the instructions that come with it. I willhave to warn you though, the PS2 online community is not linked to thePS3 online community, so there may not be many players to play againstsince most of them do not use the PS2 online anymore.
Turn the PS off, make sure the plug is in before you turn it on. Turn on the game and let it start to load before turning on guitar. After it has loaded for a couple of secs, turn on the guitar and wait for it to find the signal.
The manual also has some ideas for fixes if this does not work.
If the USB to PS2 adapter has 2 PS2 ports, make sure it is in the correct one, but this should not be the problem. I have heard that some PS2 keyboards do not work with some USB to PS2 adapters.. Too much trouble to get a USB keyboard?