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Mouse not working


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Before even attempting to resolve your problem you'll need to do a few initial checks. They are all very easy and take but a few seconds.
1. Change Batteries - If your mouse is wireless then change the batteries. Just because the bottom of the mouse is still glowing red and its lights are on and flashing doesn't necessarily mean that it's running low on juice and causing other problems.
2. Clean the mouse - Give your mouse and mouse mate or mouse surface a quick once over with a clean cloth to make sure there are no dust particles affecting it's performance.
3. Unplug and plug back in the mouse - It could be a case of simply re-plugging in your mouse. This usually fixes most problems.
If you have taken all of these steps and the problem persists then below are the 5 most common computer mouse problems along with the viable solutions.

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This is a problem with a iHome Laser Mouse product. ihome 3-Button Laser Mouse Model Number- iH-M120LB Serial Number:0906001183 I am having trouble using the left click button on the mouse. I...


When you change the left mouse pointer to be the right mouse pointer in the settings of the mouse, then if the right mouse button stops working, it is a software problem and reinstalling drivers is the way to go. If on the otherhand the left mouse button still does not respond, then there is a problem with the switch in the mouse. This is hardware related. Either clean the mouse or buy a new one.

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I have an Asus 1201N netbook and my mouse stopped working. Windows starts correctly and I can navigate through the Windows 7 Start panel with my keyboard but the mouse does not respond. What am I to...


Don't think it could be a mouse driver problem since you already said that it stopped working which meant that the mouse was in fact working before under Windows 7 on your netbook. Based on this, here are some suggestions to resolve your unresponsive mouse problem. Basically, you are trying to determine if the problem is due to the mouse or due to the netbook....
1. If you have a wireless mouse, did you try replacing its battery with a new battery?
If the wireless mouse now works with the new battery, your problem is resolved.
2. If you have another laptop, did you try moving the unresponsive mouse to try it there?
If the mouse also does not work on the other laptop, then suspect the mouse is faulty.
3. If you have another mouse, preferably a wired one, did you try it on your Asus 1201N?
If the replacement mouse works on the Asus 1201N, then suspect original mouse is faulty.
4. Finally, just an observartion, the Windows 7 mouse driver expects a Microsoft mouse and if you click on Control Panel > Mouse, the Mouse Properties window will say No Microsoft USB Mouse Detected but this should not prevent the use of any generic mouse.

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Mouse is jumping


Dear sir,

plzz flllow this instruction for solved your mouse jumping problem once optical mice have problems with certain mousepads or mousing surfaces.

Perhaps changing your USB mouse to a PS/2 mouse or vise versa may also solve the issue.


Thanks For Your Time

Apr 02, 2010 | Logitech Cordless Mouse

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Hello, The mouse for my Dell XPS 440 is problematic. The computer boots OK and the mouse's red light stays lit. When I use the mouse to select an icon, the pointer moves, but when selecting the icon with...


Hello,

its not a system problem, but a mouse problem.

The mouse is beginning to develop some faults and in no distance time, the mouse might not function again.

Go to Control panel of your computer and click on the Mouse Icon, check the settings and see if you could do some adjustments to make the mouse function perfectly.

But if the mouse still malfunctions, then I would advice that you get another mouse straight away.

I wish you all the best.

Jan 10, 2010 | Dell U0636 Mouse

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The mouse screws-up in normal mode after a little while - the pointer stops moving but items will high lite when you move the mouse. The mouse doesn't have any problems in safe mode. Problem started after...


The mouse is not the problem. The problem is with your mouse driver. It might be damaged. Try deleting the mouse driver and reinstalling it. Assuming you have Windows XP. Go to Start>Settings>Control Panel>System>Hardware>Device Manager>Mice and other pointing devices.
Delete all pointing devices, close everything, restart the computer and the system will detect the mouse, follow on screen instructions and install a new mouse driver. That will fix the problem.

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My Logitech cordless mouse MX 700 is being eratic.


There could be a sensitivity problem with the mouse before installing new drivers and software you can try going to the mouse settings to see if there's an adjutment problem,
  • click on the mouse icon in the control panel
  • a mouse properties box will pop up
  • at the top of the box click hardware
  • look to see if your mouse is labeled under devices.
  • highlight your mouse it should say, this device is working properly.
  • you might want to go through all the mouse settings first to make sure there set right, pointer's activities, pointer option's, ect, if your still having problem's here's a link with the software and driver download for your mouse,http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/398/&cl=us,en?prodcrid=398
also replace the battery if it's low, good luck.

Mar 30, 2009 | Logitech Cordless EX 100 Mouse

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Wireless mouse intermittent


try going into your control panel, go mouse/ settings change your mouse settings and get some air for computers clean everything on the mouse

May 18, 2017 | HP Wireless Optical Mouse

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Mouse


This problem is coming from Mouse. If the mouse is optical mouse first you remove any mobile, UPS (etc) kept beside the mouse. If problem solved the ok. If not then you should change the mouse.

Dec 08, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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Jumping mouse cursor


Elsamma, If you are positive keeping the cable stationary prevents the problem try this: Try holding the mouse connector stationary and wiggle the cable. If the problem occurs then the connection between the mouse connector/cable is defective, due to the low value of this mouse the fix would typically be replacing rather than repair. If that doesn?t work try wiggling the mouse connector where it plugs into the PC. If this causes the problem to reappear then either your mouse connector or the PC socket is damaged. Try another mouse and if the problem goes away, again the fix would be to replace the mouse. If a new mouse doesn?t fix the problem then there is a good chance the PS2 connector is damaged. At this point I would purchase a USB mouse which should solve your problem Let us know how things go and if you need any more assistance.

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