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Re: ps 2 mouse no driver install
Windows has inbuilt driver for all the mouse. YOu dont need to install the driver separately for your PS2 or USB mouse. The reason why yours is not moving can be 1) Mouse cap/IC gone bad & needed to be changed a new mouse 2) OS faulty (very rare 1 out of 100)
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i am assuming you have a usb mouse and a PS2 connection on the computer. If this is the case then you need a female usb to ps2 mouse adapter
So that the mouse cable plugs into the USB female connection and the male ps/2 plug end goes int othe female ps2 port on the computer.
If this is the case you have the wrong converter the chester will convert a ps/2 on the mouse or keyboard to a usb on the back of the computer.. Can you tell us what sort of mouse you are trying to connect does the end of the cable have a usb plug on it a bit like the blue usb plug in your picture.
If this is the case then you need a female usb to ps2 mouse adapter
Google it and see the difference.
I think you do not need a driver. Generally ps2 keyboards are detected automatically and work just fine. Still you may go to device manager and un-install the keyboard from there. Then reboot the machine. When it starts again it should detect the modem again.
Note, if you are using a usb mouse please change it to ps2 mouse.
There can be a varity of problems here. 1) insure the driver installed is correct for the mouse. 2) is the mouse plugged into a USB port and not a Firewire port (they look the same). 3) are you in the correct PS2 port for the MOUSE (assuming you are using an adapter for a mouse).
Is it a wireless mouse? If so you may need to replace the batteries and re-sync it with the receiver unit. If it is a chorded USB mouse you may want to try a dif. usb port and see if that works. If it is a PS2 mouse you may need to replace it.
Because they are wireless and function within the same band.... they have a field of effectiveness. You either need to move the ps's further apart or install a different brand of wireless mouse on one of the pc's. That was the electronic signature will be different b/c they use different drivers.
Is it PS/2 or USB? If it's PS/2, the port will be round and you need to restart the computer to use it. If it's USB you should have seen windows installing the drivers for it. If you didn't, try a different port.