My mouse not working I got wirless mouse and keybourd but the mouse didn't work and my problem that I can see the lieser on but It not move in my desktop .
the mouse is (A4 tech wireless optical 3d mouse)
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Hi, you'll need a USB receiver in order for the mouse to work with a computer. The USB receiver connects to the computer and transmits the mouse's movements and clicks to the motherboard. Without the receiver, your computer has no way to know what the mouse is doing.
You can purchase replacement receivers for many kinds of wireless mice, but for the price it will cost you are probably just better off buying a brand new mouse so that you know it will work correctly with the receiver.
Is it wireless mouse or usb? or serial connector? if its usb mouse try to use different usb port and check the status, if its wirless it will be connection or battery problem, try to charge it, if its serial connecter try change the mouse . Or use the keyboard port for mouse and see the difference. if all this not work let me know so i can show you the windows steps in order to fix it.
Turn the mouse over and find the small rest/connect button
on the bottom of the mouse and press it. This should connect the mouse to
the receiver and work properly. If not, try pressing the receiver button
and then press the button on the mouse. This should be done whenever you
change batteries or glitch. Hope this helps you. Bud
hmmmm..now that's interesting...usually that's a symptom of the touchpad, not being connected to the motherboard. The way to get to that is to remove the keyboard, and then check the small connector from palmrest to the main board... got backup for your Acer?
Have you attempted to use an external mouse? - USB - if so does that work?
if it does - Click on START - Control Pannel - Keyboard (& Mouse Respectively) - Click on the hardware Tab - Select the relevant Key Board, Click on Properties - this will give you a device status - if is is not working properly - click Trouble shoot & follow the onscreen instructions. - If is "Working Properly" click on Drivers - check your driver is updated, or roll back.
If you happend to be on a server and the keyboard and/or mouse have stopped responding - you will need to restart (The Server). Ensure that the Keyboard and mouse are on PS2 connections and not USB - the Severs do not like USB Connected Comms Devices. I have found if there are wireless mouse's &/or Keybourd's &/or any USB connected Mouse/Keyboard, they tend to somehow interfere with each other (i.e. the sever with one of the terminals) - only remedy I have ever managed to make work is restart.