My computer i originally setup the mouse on got stolen so when i got a new computer. i installed the mouse and it has four buttons, two for normal clicking and the other two used to work while i was navigating the internet or whatnot, they would go forward and back pages. they dont do that anymore, how do i make it so they do?
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To setup a wireless mouse regardless of its type, do the following:
1. Insert the USB transmitter (this could look like a mini plug or a stick) and wait for windows to complete installation. 2. Once this is successful, turn on the mouse by holding down the power button. Or insert the disc that came with the mouse and run the installer. The installer will install the device drivers and setup your mouse's configuration panel which will reside in your system tray.
Make sure that the mouse has batteries and that it is switched on for it to work. It will glow red when it is switched on.
Here are two links to driver files. The first is for the PK-335MB, the second for the PK-335E. These are the two models of PK-335 manufactured by A4Tech. Identify which one you have, and then download the corresponding file to install the drivers. If you are unable to figure out which one you have, download and install both. Your computer will then automatically select the correct driver for the camera.
It sounds like these is either a problem with the USB port on the motherboard or with the mouse itself.
Assuming that if a wireless mouse: the batteries are new, the device is actually turned on and the transmitter has been removed from the mouse and plugged into the the USB port and it still does not work, it should be tried on all the other USB ports of the computer. If none work, try on another computer.
This will help determine if the mouse or the computer is the problem. If the mouse does not work on other ports or on the other computer, a defective mouse is likely. If it does work in a different USB port of the original computer, the first USB port is suspect.
If it only works on a different computer, the problem my lie in the setup or BIOS page of the computer. Look for a setting for USB ports. Enable the ports if disabled, and try again. If still no luck, there is some other issue at the motherboard level. Unless fairly new and under warranty, it will probably not be worth trying to fix the problem, when a $20 USB expansion card could be purchased and installed to provide USB connectivity needed.
You could also try connecting a different USB device (if available) to test the USB port. A USB webcam, hard drive, mechanical mouse, etc. are all good choices to test the port. You should indicate or cover any ports that are found to be defective.
A lot depends on where the keyboard and mouse are plugged in. I have seen in the past that the USB in the back works better than the front.
Are these the original keyboard and mouse? If not, use the original until after Windows loads the desktop.
1. Make sure batteries are inserted and in the right way round.
2. there should be three items
3. Signalsender/receiver. with usb connection
4. Micky Mouse
6. Possibly Setup CD?
If setup cd install/wait
Connect signal sender/receiver via usb. Place unit convient position so it can pickup signalfrom keyboard/mouse/ line of sight. Should be a small button push on rear of both micky and keyboard, to activate items, PUSH button.
STEP 1 - Battery Installation: The first step in installing your Wireless Wheel Mouse is to install the batteries. 1 - Locate the two AAA sized 1.5 Volt batteries that came in your Wireless Wheel Mouse package. 2 - Remove the battery compartment cover located on top of your mouse by pressing the cover release button and sliding the cover backwards. 3 - Install the two batteries into the compartment paying close attention to proper polarities. 4 - Replace the battery compartment cover.
STEP 2 - Connecting the Receiver: If you are connecting the mouse to a notebook that has an onboard pointing device or if you are using a keyboard with an onboard pointing device, you may need to disable that device before installing and using the mouse.
It has the latest mouse driver (logitech setpoint 4.0). Before installing Ubuntu the setup worked w/ SUSE/XP using GRUB dual boot. After installing Ubuntu XP does not see the usb mouse. Even Logitech setpoint does not have the mouse setup/configuration option. It appears that at boot it does not recognize the mouse or disables it. The BIOS has the usb keyboard and mouse enabled. Currently, I have two mices one for xp and either mouse will work under Ubuntu.
sometimes adapters do not work. this might work start computer without mouse. you may have to work with keyboard tab key as you press tab key you should see the icons highlighted install drivers plug in mouse to usb if lucky O/S will recognize mouse and setup