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if you are not an electronic geek that can tinker with these devices, you already have a faulty mouse, no wireless connection issues may occur. Or you may need to reset the mouse and the computer , then try re configuring your wireless mouse, sometimes software loaded on your system disrupts the mouse settings or are incompatible with the mouse.
Wireless Zero Configuration (WZC) was
introduced with Windows XP, it is also known as WLAN AutoConfig in
Windows 7 and Vista. It is is a wireless connection management utility
which dynamically selects a wireless network to connect to based on a
user's preferences and various default settings. or most users the
Windows Wireless Zero Utility is all that is needed to manage your
You can configure WZC as follows:
Type services.msc in "run" and enter.
Select wireless zero configuration from the list which appears in the next window.
Double click on that option , and choose to Start or Stop the Wireless Zero service.
Here are steps to use Wireless Zero Configuration/WLAN AutoConfig in Windows 7:
Click the Windows logo button
services in the Start Menu's Search box and press Enter. Scroll to the
bottom of the list and locate WLAN AutoConfig'. Double-click WLAN
AutoConfig to open its Properties window.
Click the General tab
of WLAN AutoConfig service. Click the Startup type drop-down menu and
click Automatic to have the service started automatically when the
operating system loads. Click the Start button. Click Apply and then OK.
Close the Services console window.
Click the Windows logo
button. Type cmd in the Search box and press Enter. In the Command
Prompt window, type netsh wlan show settings and press Enter. Look at
the last line of the Wireless LAN Settings entry to see if the message
Auto configuration logic is enabled on interface or Auto configuration
logic is disabled on interface appears. If the entry notes that it is
disabled, type, set autoconfig enabled=yes interface=Interface Name and
press Enter. Close the Command Prompt window.
You need to have a driver for your mouse to operate windows 7 normally. Obtain the driver from its official website. Windows 7 is new that is why there are some many hardwares are yet to be compatible for it.
Without the drivers the mouse runs great. The only thing you can't do is use the second scroll wheel to scroll left and right. Instead the mouse scrolls in the opposite direction than the first scroll wheel. The side buttons can be configured within OSX and Windows for whatever you might want.