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Re: mouse is not working
Right Click on My computer-Properties-hardware-device manager-Expand USB Controllers- LOOK FOR ANY UNKNOWN DEVICE OR YOUR MOUSE NAME. Right click on it and uninstall it. Unplug and Replug ur mousr.. it should work..
Its the problem with USB drivers we just need to uninsall n reinstall it.
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Computers wont recognise user errors. Just kidding. i had the same issue with mine. After some period of time it will begin to do what i call Freeze Response. Where the computer recognizes it's function is there, but the mouse is considerably frozen. this works for me. If you still have the Cd than unplug your mouse and reinstall it. if you reinstall it with the mouse in, it just fixes software errors.
Turn your pc off, unplug your mouse. Take out the batteries. boot up your pc, wait till everything loads up into windows or MAC, plug in your mouse, put the batteries back in. And wait for it to automatically connect. if it does not hold the connect on mouse and press connect on receiver. You should be on your way hopefully.
Did you use the CD software program when you installed your Keyboard and Mouse? Hopefully you have the receiver plugged into the USB port and have batteries in both the keyboard and mouse. Hope this is of some help. Let me know as I will try to assist you further. Bud
Try disconnecting the Mouse Receiver from the
USB port and reinstall the CD software program. When
the program asks you to connect the MouseReceiver to the USB
port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud
I have something like you've all described with mine occasionally, normally, turning the mouse over and rubbing the laser surround with my finger vigorously is enough to clean off the crud that seems to be causing the problem..
I've never had any software problems or anything with mine..