Question about Verbatim Corded Mice 49003 Mini Travel Mouse - Mouse - Optical -
Plug and play method not working on some usb ports on system - all other devices works on all 4 usb ports but mouse only work on specific one usb port
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Verbatim Thumb Drive problem
Download the following, I had the same problem and then this worked. Version 18.104.22.168
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
You need to be sure that it is formatted as a FAT32 drive and not as a NTFS. When you are in Vista right click on the drive icon and click on properties. You will see NFTS or FAT32 under file system. Your drive must be FAT32 to be recognized by a Mac. Iomega.com has a FAT32 formatting software that you can download for free on your Vista PC and re-format the drive as a FAT32 drive.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Try it on another PC or on a powered USB hub: maybe it's not getting enough power to run.
If it still doesn't work, and you don't hear the drive's spin-up noise, the electronics may be damaged, the internal disk disconnected or the internal power connection faulty.
If you hear the spin-up whirring and then a series of repeated whirrs and clacks, ending after about 30 seconds - one minute, the disk might be damaged. It still might be recoverable if extracted from the case and connected directly to an appropriate hard disk port (a 3.5 to 2.5 adapter might be necessary), but when things go this far, the chances aren't too good.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
What I do to make it work on my xp, vista, or w7 computers is to first plug in the usb device then push the button on the device and move the mouse. if that doesn't work, then I open the battery case and remove one of the batteries (with batteries closest to you, the one on the right has the positive + terminal closest to you). Now when I move my mouse it works every time (if the batteries are charged)
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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