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External mouse not recognized

My external mouse (with wire) attached on my Toshiba Satelite worked well for two or three days but after that the Laptop does not recognize the mouse any more, the mouse doesn't work.

I am using Windows Vista.

I thanks for any help.

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  • qijyl Jan 28, 2009

    Hi, Gyan122000:

    I tried your method and it works right the way.

    I really appreciate your help. Many thanks!


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Hi,
Go in device manager and uninstall the usb root hub one by one and then restart the machine twice then check wether it is working or not.

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