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Depends on the OS. XP and later should discover it automatically. Best to use updated drivers from MS website if not a new in the box mouse. If USB version possibly need drivers for older OS W2k, etc.

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My mouse does not work ?


If you are working with track ball mouse than you have to service it properly
  • First remove the back cover by twisting it and take the ball out and clean it you have to clean the mouse inside also
If you are using optical mouse than check that you are working with a mouse pad it is necessary with optical mouse
If yet not working check the connecter of the mouse with green color fix it properly

At last if it does not work it means that its optical sensor has gone so u have to buy a new one

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<p>Bluetooth wireless mouse is still a very popular choice, especially for laptop users and travelers. It gives you the freedom of cable and Bluetooth connectivity. See how to buy. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Make sure your computer has a built-in Bluetooth receiver to detect the Bluetooth mouse. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Check if your mouse supports Bluetooth 2.0 or higher technology. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Meet different tracking technologies and differences. A mouse is old-fashioned mechanical mouse, a tracking ball on the bottom. This function allows the rollers inside the mouse to move. A new version of the same technology, optical mouse sensors. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Understanding optical mice. An optical mouse uses a beam of light that is controlled by an optical sensor to detect motion. Unlike the mechanical mouse, which requires little maintenance and no risk breaking parts. <br /> <p><br /> <p>5. More information about a laser mouse. It is the most advanced tracking technology and is a progression of optical mouse. Unlike the broad beam of an optical mouse, laser mouse uses a narrow beam of light sharp. For you, this translates into higher accuracy. <br /> <p><br /> <p>6. Consider the number of mouse buttons have. Typically, the two buttons. Some offer more advanced mouse buttons, which can be programmed for specific actions. <br /> <p><br /> <p>7. They prefer a mouse with a scroller. This makes navigating through pages much easier. <br /> <p><br /> <p>8. Consider the size of the mouse. If you are a frequent traveler, choose a little mouse that is easy to carry. <br /> <p><br /> <p>9. Get opinions from online guides such as Epinions or My Simon. <br /> <p><br /> <p>10. Compare prices of your local retailers and online stores. Many online stores offer Bluetooth mouse at a lower cost. <br /> <p><br /> <p>11. Online trust an online store or you can place your order directly to the site of the brand you choose. <br /> <p><br /> <p>12. You can also buy from a local store. <br />

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My mouse won't work


hello: if you instal new driver the old one dont work any more i have the same problem and take other mouse , now works fine the first mouse i used befor are a hid (driver) usb mouse the new mouse i have connect are microsoft optical mouse.

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My wireless optical mouse is no longer working


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.

*Access the Device Manager by right-clicking on My Computer, select Properties, go to the Hardware tab and select Device Manager.

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Have emachine w5243 and the cursor is going crazy it appears it does what ever it wants. sometimes highlites words in blue, deletes, moves around on the screen and then at times do not allow me to handle...


what kind of mouse are you using?

Optical Mouse or the one with the Ball under it?

if the one with Ball under it...clean the sensor by removing the cap and ball...and clean the roller inside.

if your mouse is Optical, check the setting of your mouse (contol panel>>>mouse)

install the driver too to have more options

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I GOT A OPTICAL MOUSE AND I CANT GET IT TO WORK


Once you have installed the batteries into the mouse, and have plugged the reciever into your computer, press the connect button on the reciever then press the connect button on the mouse and it should pick the mouse up.

I hope this helps

Dec 21, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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When i bought my wireless optical mouse, and then put the batteries etc. after i assembled it, i tried to test it out and it didnt work


you have to enable your wireless optical mouse in your control panel, click the mouse settings there, and dont forget to install the software or driver of this

Nov 14, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Has anyone found a fix (short of getting rid of) for Logitech MX 600 Laser Mouse pointer erratic operation?? Seems to work OK on a Flat smooth surface, but jumps all over the place on any mouse pad I have...


  1. Mouse is not clean.
  2. Optical portion of mouse is blocked.
  3. Moisture or other material on finger.
Mouse is not clean Users who have an optical mechanical mouse (most common mouse for desktop computers) are likely experiencing erratic behavior because the mouse is not clean or is dirty. Optical portion of mouse is blocked
Users who have an optical mouse are likely experiencing erratic behavior because a portion of the optical eye is blocked. Most commonly this is caused by a hair.
Moisture or other material on finger Users who are using a touchpad may experience erratic behavior because of moisture or other material on the finger such as lotion.
Mouse has been cleaned and still has problems If you've cleaned the mouse and continue to encounter issues and this mouse has worked in the past fine unfortunately your mouse is likely defective. One additional test that can be done to help determine if this is the case or not is to connect the mouse to another computer. Otherwise we suggest replacing the mouse.

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Where do I find instructions for using the cordless mini optical mouse


if you go to start and then lcick on all programs your optical mouse should be listed now click omn it and there should be some instructions there if not it will be onb your installation cd

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Logitech optical mouse won't turn on with new batterys


When you say turn on, I assume you mean the mouse itself shows no indication of power. An easy way to check this is to turn the mouse upside-down and look at the red led light that illuminates the desk surface for the optical camera (This is most typically red, on particular models it can be other colors). If it's red and lit, then your mouse is receiving power. If that's the case, the problem could be that your mouse is simply not synchronizing with your system, or that it is not properly installed.

If the red light is not turning on, then the mouse is in fact defective. There is little to repair physically with optical mice, or mice in general. If you've ensured that the mouse has new batteries (not just old ones from out of the desk drawer that were new last year) and it is completely lifeless, I would say it's defective and should be replaced.

Hope that helps.

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