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Re: wireless mouse doesn't work

The wireless keyboard works but the wireless mouse doesn't. It doesn't seem any ps/2 mice can work. It happened suddenly after rebooting my Windows XP home edition. I tried a mouse in the ps/2 port and it didn't work either. I finally resorted to using a USB mouse. The key board still works. I tried to see if the system picks up on the ps/2 mouse when plugged in and it doesn't. The USB mouse is detected. Can I get that wireless mouse to finally work? The battery in the mouse is still good. Indicator on the transmitter and receiver indictates the mouse is transmitting and receiving. Allan.

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  • Jivie-CC Dec 21, 2007

    My hp wireless mouse stopped working. The batteries are good. I have Windows Vista, since I bought this mouse it worked perfect until few hours ago.. it just stopped working all of a sudden. What can I do? Thanks in advance.

  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    i have the same problem my mouse and keyboard dont work both wireless the light is shining n the usb and the batteries are good.

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My wireless mouse has packed up the light is on ive tried new batteries what else can i try

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In device manager uninstall device then at to where pcs name is right click and scan for software changes.this will work but may happen with every reboot.

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I have a Gear Head mouse and the Usb for the mouse doesn't have light shining.I tried the system restore and everything

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Sounds like a bad ps2 port. Maybe your motherboard is going bad. I'd say its time to upgrade your computer.

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