I can not install my logitech ex100 cordless mouse nand keyboard
Everytime i try to install the keyboard is installed but the mouse does not work. however if i remove the setpoint software provided by logitech it is recognised instantly as a generic HID mouse n keyboard and is working. on the properties while the setpoint is installed in the driver tab it shows the messagethat " windows can not initialize the driver for the this device (code 37) i am running windows xp pro sp3 with zone alarm pro and have tried installing this on my office computer with identical platform and everything is working ok there. so its a software related issue. can some one help me out please. i have tried installing the set point with out the zone alram activated also but i t has not been of any help either. thanx in advance.
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Try ensuring that the touchpad hasn't been accidentally disabled (Hold down the '[fn]' key and press the F6 key on your keyboard to toggle the touchpad(mouse) to be enabled or disabled.
Have you tried using an external keyboard and mouse?
If the external keyboard and mouse work then we know it is something to do with the built in keyboard and touchpad on your laptop (likely - but not positively a hardware issue). If it does not work then we know that the issue is likely (but again not positively) software based.
I've never seen a smart TV setup, but here's a couple of thoughts I had:
Has the keyboard worked with the smart TV yet? It's possible you haven't plugged in the dongle to the USB port, if it's a wireless keyboard. Then again, you might need to use an on-screen keyboard for a setup entry.
I am not entirely sure that this is possible, while you may well be able to connect all of these parts, you wont all be able to use the machine at once. There are vga splitters available for the screens and the keyboards and mice can plug into usb. The only way I can see this working is as a multi-room setup but just one person using the machine and going from room to room. (only using one monitor keyboard and mouse at a time)
We all have to start somewhere!
The simplest way is to see where your mouse is currently plug-in your computer: look for an identical 'USB' socket to the one the mouse is plug-in and plug the USB hub cable plug to this socket. You could also just unplug your mouse from the computer socket and plug the USB hub cable instead AND THEN plug the mouse in one of the socket on your Hub.
The computer should automatically install the software require to drive your newly installed USB hub.
Hope it helps!
The disk-drive that is storing your copy of Windows has died.
So, when you turn the computer on, the disk-drive cannot be accessed, and Windows cannot be loaded, and so your computer displays that "please insert recovery disk" message.
Minimally, you need to buy a new disk-drive, install it, order a new set of "system recovery" CD/DVD disks from ACER, and reinstall Windows.
It might be time for you to buy a brand-new computer, which will be faster, and will run Windows 7.
Your existing keyboard/mouse/monitor/printer devices can be used -- you can buy a "bare" system, with Windows 7 pre-installed, and save some money (over buying brand-new "everything").
This sounds like that you keyboard and mouse are on the same frequency. Try this. After you plug in your router remove the batteries from the two items and then reinstall the batteries. Sync the two together with the system. and see if that does the trick.
try to use the system restore feature,click on start, accessories, system tools, then click on system restore. try to restore back to a date before the "breaker" incident. if this does not work I would back up all my files to an external hard drive/dvd's then I would re-install my operating system (XP or Vista or whatever you have) if that doesn't work you may have a short in one of your computer components inside the machine itself, (that may need to be replaced)
Path #1: Change all of you cordless phones to another frequency (Other than 2.4 Ghz). Path #2: If the netgear is in the same room as you, couldn't you plug in directly an ethernet cable into the netgear? You could buy an ethernet cable at any computer stores around and they go up to 30 feet. And no CD installation would be needed, it should just work with a wire to another wire.