Question about Mouse Systems Mouse (The Mouse model) by Ball style mouse ONLY 1 LEFT (400DPIMOUSE)
Does anyone have this mouse problem or know how to fix: I've bought at least 6 mice and each worked well for a couple weeks and then just died.When I attempt to troubleshoot, the computer always tells me the device is working just fine. Happens no matter what type of mouse, wired OR wireless, or which computer (laptop or desktop). Am I the only person on the planet having trouble with this? Just before the mouse starts acting up, my computer gets slower and slower and starts all kinds of aggravation, window freezes, etc. Help meeeeeeeee pleeeze!!!
A computer mouse can give you many headaches
Question 1: My serial mouse just isn’t getting detected by Windows Plug and Play. What can i do?
Answer: What I'd do is to manually try to add the mouse via Add New Hardware in the Control Panel. Short of that, try to make sure your serial to USB connector is up to date. Older ones may give your serial mouse problems.
Question 2: My mouse isn’t responsive to double-clicks. Why?
Answer: Older mice tend to have this problem. Switch out the mouse and try with a newer one to see if the problem is solved. If it works, the first mouse has a problem. If it still doesn't work, then you should go into the Windows Control Panel to slow down the double-click setting, then see what happens.
Question 3: My mouse keeps jumping across the screen in bursts. Why?
Answer: This behavior happens is your mouse is connected to a serial port using a 16550 chip. Don't worry if that sounds cryptic - what you need to do is to go into your computer BIOS and toggle the FIFO (first-in, first-out) hardware buffer. There should be an option for this. Toggle it, then see what happens.
Question 4: If I move the mouse away and then back, it continues past the sticking point. Why?
Answer: This one is usually due to dirt in the mouse, especially if you have a mechanical one. Remove the mouse ball and clean out any dirt you find.
Question 5: So how do I go about cleaning my mouse?
Answer: Here is the procedure. Unplug your mouse from the PC, then get a soft tissue and some cleaning fluid. Remove the mouse cover, then clean out the mouse ball to remove all dust and dirt. Also clean out the rollers within the mouse. Once done, pop the cover back and your mouse should be spick and span.
That's a list of the most common questions and answers about the computer mouse. The next time you have computer mouse trouble, be sure to check out these answers first. Good luck! Mike H
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
If your mouse have a ball inside you can clean the roll inside sometime dust on it and do not rotate
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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restart your computer repeatedly tapping the f8 key to enter safe mode while the screen is black once in safe mode where the only things working will be your keyboard and mouse allowing you to attempt to repair your computer then if your mouse works
click start right click on my computer select properties device manager control scroll to mice and pointing devices you might see a yellow question/exclamation mark? ! or a red X right update driver
hope this helps
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