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All usb ports powering off and on so can't keep mouse working normally

Mouse powering off then back on. used 3 different mice

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Mouse can not work


this is usually do to a port going out or the total failure of the mouse.. or if it's a rather old mouse, the ball underneath is too worn to work.

if it's the port, there are 2 kinds, one is a round port (PS/2), you will have to turn off the computer to remove the mouse from this type of port.

if it id the round ps/2 port, you will have to either get a new mouse using usb, or you can try a new ps/2 based mouse. 

REMEMBER you cannot plug in or remove a ps/2 mouse while the computer is still on!

The next port, and most common is the usb port. it's a small rectangle.

You most likely have atleast 4 of these on the back of your computer, and most of the newer computers have 2 on the front, sometimes in a hidden panel.

Sometimes if you are a windows user, windows will set a usb port aside for what normally resides there, and a mouse in a port that usally houses a printer usb plug will make windows not see the mouse sometimes.

Removing a usb port mouse is rather easy, you dont need to turn the computer off to do so.

Before considering replacing a usb mouse, try putting it into another usb port. sometimes this will work. also, see if the lights are working underneath when plugged in. (optic mouse, not ball mouse). 

if you have determined that your mouse is broken, then the next step is to replace it. bestbuy sells mice for about 25-30 dollars.

if you dont mind waiting 3-7 business days, a reputable online retailer like 3btech.net can sell you a mouse for about 15-20 dollars, and 3btech does not charge for shipping.

usb mice can be found here:
http://3btech.net/keyboardsmice1-us.html

ps/2 mice can be found here:
http://3btech.net/keyboardsmice1-ps.html 

Jun 17, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Hey my mouse wont work help


How old is the mouse? Corded or cordless? PS2 or USB?

In general, for USB mice that don't work, check that the USB ports are working by trying the mouse in a different port. Try another (known working device) in the ports and see if that responds. If a PS2 to USB (or USB to PS2) adapter is in use, replace it or just replace the mouse (remember the mouse dongle is not interchangeable with a keyboard type).

Mice are relatively cheap and will fail. Corded mice will get a break in the cord over time - replacing them is simpler than trying to find the break. Cordless mice require checking the batteries and the receiver.

I hope this helps.

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Mouse keeps losing power


try it in another pc, if it has the same problem then replace it.

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Wireless Logitech mouse with NO connect button on it. Only buttons on it are Power and Reset (and one to open battery case). Cannot figure out how to connect to receiver. Was previously connected, but I...


Ok, try this in the steps ordered
1 remove the receiver from the USB port
2 remove the battery from the mouse
3 turn on the pc
4 after everything is loaded on the pc, plug the mouse receiver into the USB port
5 put the battery back in to the mouse and let it "find" the receiver.
If these steps don't work, try doing the steps and use a different USB port. If that doesn't work try a different battery in the mouse.
If none of this works and the receiver hasn't been bent (happens allot in laptops), then it sounds like your mouse took a dump.

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Acer USB Ports - Unknown Device - Will Run Mouse but not Printer


Sumtimez ports r damaged.somtimes not.. just chek other devices..if done..thn chek RAM!! lil chance tht u hv lost ur laptop!

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Spyder mouse won't work


I had a similar problem. I corrected by performing a manual connect as listed in the manual that came with the mouse.
Manual reconnect:
1. Plug in the receiver.
2. Turn on the mouse.
3. Press the button on the receiver.
4. Press the connect button on the mouse once within five seconds of pressing the button on the receiver.

This worked for me, and the mouse has worked fine since.

If this doesn't work. The manual suggested taking the batteries out of the mouse for 20 seconds and unplugging the receiver, then repeat the steps above.
If that doesn't work. reboot the computer and repeat the steps above.

Hope this helps.

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No mice work on my computer!I installed a wireless mouse, and now no mice work, the wireless, and normal keyboard does. How do I fix the mouse socket?


if it is PS2 then you need to reboot your computer in order for the computer to detect the PS2 device ( the PS2 device needs to be plugged in before rebooting )

If USB then try a different USB port and also check bios settings to ensure all usb keyboard and usb mice settings are all enabled.

You could go into device manager and delete usb hub etc and let windows re detect and re install otherwise go to

http://www.usbman.com/WinME%20USB%20Guide.htm


His site has lots of other useful info

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What is the difference between mouse connected to mouse port and mouse connected to usb port ?


Nothing other than the port that they plug into. New mice will typically use USB ports and older mice typically use a PS/2 port. Careful buying a new PC or Mouse, make sure that your computer has the port that is needed for the Mouse to plug into.

Please rate, thanks.

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Mouse Right click doesn't work


hello!

o Install fresh batteries. Try brand new-high quality batteries you absolutely know are fresh and working.
o Install the latest software. Totally remove all software and reinstall from scratch.
o Try a different port and Resynchronize your device to the receiver. Try plugging the mouse into a different USB port try powering down the computer and using the PS2 port for the mouse instead. Mice in my experience overall work better using PS2 ports on PCs that have them.
o Clean the mouse lens. This problem may occur if you are using an optical or laser mouse and the lens on the mouse is dirty.

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