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is it a male or female mouse? "does it have a light or a ball"
To fix a ball type mouse
Remove the ball and clean the rollers with a pencil eraser
The light type mouse sticking is usually caused due to high CPU usage. To check this right click on the task bar and click start task manager. Then click performance. if your CPU is at 100% then that is why it is sticking.
I would start with a malware scan
Hello Sir, Hi, that is a problem with the wired mouse, inside that mouse cable has 4 wires, as you use the mouse, one or two of the wire will eventually break, when this happens, time to replace that mouse.
Look on the mouse itself or on the USB stick and see if there is a small button. Press the button once and see if the mouse respondes. If not push it again until the mouse starts towork. This will match or pair the USB reciever to the mouse.
Go into the BIOS (F2). Press Alt-P until you reach "Page 4 of 7".
Under "Pointing Device" change the setting from "PS/2-Touchpad" to
"PS/2". Reboot. The touchpad and point stick will still
function as long as there isn't a mouse plugged into the PS/2 port. If
the mouse is plugged in, it will override the integrated devices.
Check your battery in the mouse, make sure it is positioned correctly, plug your dongle into another USB port and reboot. does the computer see the mouse in the USB port, check in the device manager's page...if that fails, uninstall the mouse drivers that came with the mouse and run them once again. One other thing I can think of is some mice have a connect or reconnect on the bottom of the mouse (usually a tiny botton you don't notice unless you are looking for it,) any way push that in for 15/20 seconds.... Good luck, please provide rating...
take the stick out, Windows_xp goto the control panel >hardware>device manager see if the device is listed, usually as a h/d uninstall it [right mouse click device, menu=uninstal] unplug the stick! REBOOT after reboot, replug stick, cpu should " see " it and should act normal
a computer proffesion dosent need a mouse to wok on computer . the windows (logo) botton opens the strt menu . then scroll it with up and down arrows press enter to select . tab to switch between windows and drives . windows key+ e opens my computer . windows +d reduces windows