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I have a PS/2 mouse. It was having erractic behavior for awhile, but now it is frozen up. My computer was off for a long time and when I started it back up , my mouse has been acting up ever since. My pc seems to be fine and I have no issues as long as I use my keyboard. I removed the PS/2 mouse and plugged in a usb port mouse and the same thing, the cursor doesn't move. The PS/2 mouse doesn't work on another computer. I have uninstalled the mouse in the device manager and let it reboot. It finds the mouse, but it still won't work. I have also went and updated all of my drivers in device manager with no luck. :( Any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dell Dimension 2400
You may want to temporarily connect a PS2 mouse (and keyboard if you wish)
The PS2 connectors are round, a purple one for the keyboard and green for the mouse.
If you have the original Dell disks that came with the system, one will be a driver disk (don't accidentally re-install windows from the other disk).
most drivers are available at:
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
ok first remove both the keyboard and mouse
and restart the computer and see if it says anything about no keyboard or mouse present if so this is good now just turn off the computer and install the mouse first and reboot and see if the mouse is able to work and than do the same for the keyboard. please try these first and please let me know how this goes, there is more that we can do if needed ok please dont forget to rate this for me
best regards mike
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Gateway DX-4200-09
The factory installed drivers and applications can be re-installed by using Gateway eRecovery
Click Start, and then All Programs
Click Gateway, and then Gateway eRecovery Management
You may be prompted to enter or create a password. This password will be required to use eRecovery in the future.
In the next window on the left toolbar, select Restore.
Choose Reinstall Drivers or Applications
Choose the driver or application you wish to install
On the right, click the Install link and follow the prompts.
The computer should restart when installation is completed. If it doesn't restart, manually shutdown and restart the computer by pressing and holding the power button until it powers off. And then start it as you normally do.
Don't forget to rate this if it helped fix your problem.
Posted on Jan 14, 2011
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