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How to fix a trackpad that quit working as well as any external mouse


Have you considered doing a "System Restore"? You could just restore back just previous to the date when the mal-function began. I bet that would fix it, and you don't loose most personal stuff.

Start - All Programs - Accessories - System Tools - System Restore

If this has helped, please take a sec to rate me. Thanks!
Don

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My touchpad quit working


Try to uninstall the driver for it. Grab an external mouse and go to your control panel, then to system, once your at system look for device manager, once there you should look for your mouse, right click on it and uninstall the current mouse driver and see if it starts to work again.

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Logitech wireless mouse quit working


Hi sndythompson,

Shut the PC first, then unplug/plug you wireless mouse receiver. Download a driver for your mouse on logitech's website.
I put a link below
http://www.logitech.com/en-ca/mice-pointers/mice

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It the touchpad mouse in acer aspire 3680


You need to go to the Acer web site and download the touchpad drivers for your lappy... here....
http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/downloads.html

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I bought a new wired mouse. although the mouse is connected to the computer (i can see that the bulb inside is lighted up) but it wont move on the screen. i then tried reconnecting my old mouse but that...


if it is a usb mouse then try to reinstall the usb motherboard drivers again, it might had corrupted, or it can be a hardware conflict, try to remove the old driver and reinstall for the new mouse,, should work

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Problem with my Mouse cursor


If it's an external mouse you are using with the slow dragging problem then it could be a problem with the mouse itself ,internal ,try to clean the pad with a moist cloth while laptop is off.
Also look in the mouse setting and change the pointer speed.
Also try a plain coloured mouse pad and not one with mixed colours.
Download the vga driver from here and reinstall it :
http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/as_5520.html

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Mouse quit working


update your drivers once you install them, drivers are always comng out with new updates, to update a driver ---

Open your Control Panel. Click Start, (then pick Settings in 95/98/Me) then Control Panel. Double click the System icon and choose the Device Manager tab. Find the device for which you want to update the driver. Click the plus sign (+) next to the various categories, click on the device you want to update, and then click on “Properties” and the “Driver” tab.
Then click the “Update Driver” button. A dialog box will walk you through the process. Choose “Display a list of drivers ...,” then choose the “Have Disk” button and use the dialog box to find the “driver files” folder you created on your desktop. Choose the “.INF” file in that folder and click OK. The system will update the appropriate driver. If there is more than one .INF file, try each one until you get a successful install. Finally, reboot your machine so that the new driver can take effect.

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