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My mouse used to work fine until a few months ago. I have 2 of them, they work on a windows XP system but not longer on my Vista system.

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I have a targus AMU0901US mini mouse, and it had been working perfectly on my laptop but today when I turned on my computer it just didn't work anymore. A friend of mine told to unplug my computer from the power outlet and let it for a few minutes, then to plug it again and plug my mouse back too, but it didn't work. it doesn't lit or anything.

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Go to device mgr and verify that the port in question is always on. Look in device mgr after installing mouse in desired USB and verify that windows has detected it. Typically, there is no additional drivers needed for this type of application, but check with the mfr of the mouse to be sure...accordianman

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THERE WILL BE ONE BUTTON DOWNSIDE OF MOUSE PRESS IT CONTINUOUSLY TILL IT GETS SYNCHRONISES WITH YOUR PC.
TRY CHANING THE BATTERY AS WELL.
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Posted on Feb 24, 2008

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you can try the drivers... but do NOT use the bios driver


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I am thinking you may have to do a system restore to before you got the update. Did you update the drivers for the mouse for Windows 7? Sometimes the older OS drivers get buggy on Win 7. You can get the drivers for free from Logitech's website. One other thing to check, make sure the USB connector is not worn, sloppy or has a broken wire under the rubber cover. It can happen. You should be able to remove the last Win update then you will know if that is the culprit. Hope that helps.

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First suggestion is to shut down, change ports and then, upon reboot, wait a few minutes to let XP resolve the 'new' USB devices.
Second suggestion is to download and install the manufacturers drivers and then try switching ports.
Final suggestion is to use the port that works. i.e. I went to the doctor and said "It hurts when I do this". He replied "Well, then don't do that.".
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You replaced the batteries. Okay. Did you install drivers for the mouse from a CD? Are you using Windows XP? Do you notice any change if you use the mouse on a darker surface as opposed to lighter surface? If the computer installed the drivers for you, then you might want to delete them in Device Manager (might be called something like HID-Compliant Mice. Single click on that entry, press the delete key. You might have to reboot your PC after that. From there you might have to unplug, then plug in the mouse again and you should notice the driver reinstalling. Give it a second and all should be good.

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Reinstalled xp after Vista . USB port not working


Hi there,

The usb drivers are part of your chipset drivers, so lets try and get this sorted. The reason that they work in Vista, is probably because Vista has added support for your chipset and XP SP2 doesn't.

Try installing XP from scratch. First you need to completely wipe your hard drive. Use the XP boot disc, you need to delete the hard drive partition as well. This way, you will start with a RAW drive.

Set up a new partition, and let the XP disc format the drive with NTFS. Do NOT use quick format. Then let XP copy the files and install.

When XP has installed, get your internet set up, and download XP Service Pack 3 from Microsoft:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=5b33b5a8-5e76-401f-be08-1e1555d4f3d4&DisplayLang=en

You will notice that Microsoft have written not to use if updating just one machine. Ignore this. The reason is because this is the FULL Service Pack, hence it being over 300MB.

Once you have SP3 installed, your system will restart. Open Windows Update, make sure you have this set to update all Microsoft products, then download all updates. Restart your system and check if your usb's are working.

If they are still not working, go to the laptop website and download the chipset drivers from there, but make sure you are downloading the drivers for XP. If not, then go to the Chipset manufacturer's website and download from there.

Let me know how you get on

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