I bought a new wireless mouse (microsoft moblie mouse 3000) and plugged it in. I got a pop up that said device failed to install properly and then a frozen screen. I pushed the power button off and when I try to turn it back on I get a black screen. My laptop is an Acer Aspire 5100.
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Unfortunately the wireless mouse on both computers are on the same wireless frequency. Unless you can change the wireless frequency on one of the wireless mouse and the receiver on that corresponding computer then you need to use an USB or PS2 mouse on one of the computers.
Any office or computer store will sell a mouse you can use.
There are many brands to choose from, but I bought a Microsoft wireless mouse that has a small transmitter that plugs in one of my USB ports.
attached a USB or PS/2 keyboard with your laptop and goto control panel and double click on add or remove software select the software which you can installed & delete it. Actually this fault reason virus or otherwise reinstall your operating system.
this is a problem with the standby feature there is a patch that Microsoft has put out that should fix the problem i think the main cause is having a usb device plugged in when going to sleep, search Microsoft knowldege base and it should pop right up
Before you connect your wireless mouse USB adapter to your laptop you'll need to install the software first, after the software is installed follow the steps to connect the wireless mouse USB adapter, this will keep the instalation wizard from popping up.
A wireless mouse consists of a mouse and a receiver. The receiver plugs
into a USB port and should immediately work. To use the special
features of the mouse such as the additional buttons you must install
the driver software. Sometimes you will have to press the sync button
on the receiver to communicate with the mouse. You should
have a receiver that plugs into your usb or your ps/2 mouse port and
then your wireless mouse connects via infrared to the receiver. Plug it in and hit the sync buttons. It's wireless so it most likely has a USB receiver, just plug that into
the USB slot (it's about 1/2 an inch wide) on the back or side, and
then depending on the mouse it might have a connect button or a reset.
If it came with a disk you should insert that first.
This sounds like the backlighting has faulted, as around the screen there are tubes lighting the screen up, if these are gone they are replaceble but i would suggest taking to a qualified repairer as it is quite a complicated proceedure and get a price first as it may be cheaper replacing the notebook.