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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).
Your mouse could be defective, but let's try a few things first.
Try to remove any wireless devices close to it (i.e. wireless router)or try to plug it in a new USB port.
Last thing try to use a very dark mousepad. The laser respond to reflection so any white on a mousepad combined with some sun light could result in a free for all mouse pointer.
Dear, as i can understand, your mouse is connected properly but the problem is in sending signals to the computer to responed the actions of mouse. There may two reasons.
1. There may some kind of problem in the mouse, thats why, it is not sending the proper signals to the computer.
2. There may be a worm or virus that is causing disturbance with the mouse driver.
You need to check another mouse with your system or this mouse with another system to make sure about the real problem. If the mouse is workind proerly on the other computer then need to fix you computer by installing the driver again or by scanning your computer for worms and viruses using anti virus or need to install the operating system again.
if you know how to boot up the computer and get into the bios than click on bios set up feature look for the ps2 and mouse and ensure it is set to auto and also there is a feature for turning on and off the usb ports in bios too so check to see that this is enabled then reboot this should help please let me know ok good luck
When I (USB) plug in my RCA Opal M4002A mp3 player into my "Office PC" it works fine, but when I plug it into my "Studio PC" the "Opal" screen shows "USB connected" and so does the "PC" with the "Device Connected Sound" but then the "Mouse Pointer" changes to the "Hour Glass" you hear the "System Notification Sound" then the "Mouse Pointer" changes back to the default "Arrow Pointer" and this back and forth action loops endlessly until I unplug it. I've tried everything. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thank You, Quaal *** ONLY THIS PART OF THE ABOVE MESSAGE IS MINE ***
ALSO I HAVE THE "RCA Opal M4002A" (2GB) mp3 player.
*** After much trial and error this FIXED my problem. ***
1 - First right mouse click on "My Computer".
2 - Left click on "Properties"- Left click on "Hardware"- Left click on "Device Manager".
3 - Now with one end of the USB cable plugged into your mp3 player, plug the other into your USB port. (Now when I did this a new "Portable Device" icon with an "MTP" Driver (sub icon) showed up in the "Devices List". (The "MTP" icon had an "!" on it, telling my it wasn't working properly. I then did this.
4 - Right click on "MTP" driver icon, then ...
5 - Left click on "Update Driver". (I was then given two choices. The top one was the faulty "Portable Device" driver which I had done everything I could to fix, but nothing worked. So I then did this ...
6 - Left click on the "Mass Storage" Driver (the second choice below it in the list), I then clicked "OK". The "Updating Driver" screen showed for a moment. The "Portable Device / MTP Driver(!)" icon vanished from the "Device Manager" devices list, But the looping STOPPED!!! My Opal was working beautifully and showing in my "Root Directory" as Drive j: and in "Device Manager" under "Disk Drives" as "Thomson Opal USB Device".
P.S. For some reason the file transfers are noticeably faster now. Good Luck, Quaal