Question about Apevia Laptop Keyboard for Acer Aspire 3100, 3690, 5100, 5110 Series
You may need to try and hit "reset" on the bottom of the mouse.
Make sure your mouse is clear of any electronics as well as this can interfere with the mouse's signal to the laptop.
You can try and reinstall the drivers then restarting the laptop.
But it seems to me all you need to do is reset the mouse.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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