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My usb receiver broke for my evoluent mouse. Is there a way I can replace only the usb receiver for this mouse or do I have to repurchase the mouse?


I'm afraid you'l have to repurchase a new set of USB dongle and mouse. Dongle of another wireless mouse is not compatible with a mouse not paired with it from babric.

USB Dongle for Microsoft Wireless Keyboard and Mouse 5000


My best advice: don't buy a wirelss mouse. If you want a REAL wireleess mouse, get a blouetooth mouse.

Apr 06, 2015 | Evoluent Computers & Internet

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Evoluent 4


there should be a small screw underneath the mouse if it's not visible then it's prob under a sticker or something, take the screw out and pull the top of from the back of the mouse to to front, you should now have access to the inners.

if it doesn't have a screw than it's clipped toghether so a little froce will seperate the case and allow you access to the inners.

It shouldn't be glued so if clipped take your time and use a small flat blade screw driver or even a scraper, i will mention you could damage the plastic surround a little so be careful.

all the best

Nov 06, 2013 | Evoluent Vertical 3 Mouse

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Evoluent mouse


If there are no screws on bottom then usually it snaps apart. Look for a line or crease at bottom plate (where they are joined) and use a sharp edge like a small knife and gently try to unsnap bottom plate from mouse housing.

Nov 06, 2013 | Evoluent Right Handed Vertical Mouse 4...

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Evoluent mouse keeps disconnecting.


You might try looking at this photo stream: https://secure.flickr.com/photos/austinhappel/10940723443/

Iwonder if the main cable/wire, which takes a 90 degree turn inside, under the circuit board, could be the problem. I pulled my wire/cable out from under there (after removing the board's screws), and un-crimped it. Currently trying it that way. Haven't tried the method in the photostream above.

Oct 15, 2012 | Evoluent VerticalMouse 4 Wired Left-Hand...

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Remove cover


There are four screws on the bottom of my VerticalMouse 3 Rev. 2. Two are immediately visible. A third screw is hidden under the nylon "foot" near the USB cable; use a small flat screwdriver (e.g. for eyeglasses) to remove the foot without damaging it. A fourth screw lies hidden near the bottom of the big label containing the model number, etc.; you must push the screwdriver through the label.

Dec 19, 2009 | Evoluent Vertical 3 Mouse

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Its typing numbers when pressed letters


If the wrong characters appear when you are typing or you are trying to use a keyboard that is different than the one that came with the computer, use the following steps to synchronize Windows to the type of keyboard you have:
  1. Click Start c01311982.gif , and type region into the Start Search field.
  2. Select the Keyboards and Languages tab.
  3. Click Change Keyboards .
    A Text Services and Input Languages window opens.
    Figure 3: Change Keyboard button
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  4. Click Add .
    Figure 4: Add button
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  5. Select the keyboard(s) you want to use and click OK .
    Figure 5: Add input language: US Dvorak keyboard selected.
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    The new keyboard is added to the list of available keyboards and a keyboard icon appears on the system tray, allowing you to switch between the keyboard that you want to use with the mouse.
    Figure 6: Keyboard tray icon
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  6. From the Text Services and Input Languages window, select the new keyboard in the list and click Move up until it is first in the list. This makes it the default keyboard.
    Figure 7: Move up button
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  7. Click OK . You can now use the new keyboard. If you find that the new keyboard works well and you do not want to use the other keyboard, repeat these steps and Remove the keyboard that you do not want from the General tab of the Text Services and Input Languages window.

Jun 10, 2009 | HP 386209-001 Keyboard

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Locked keyboard buttons


If the wrong characters appear when you are typing or you are trying to use a keyboard that is different than the one that came with the computer, use the following steps to synchronize Windows to the type of keyboard you have:
  1. Click Start c01311982.gif , and type region into the Start Search field.
  2. Select the Keyboards and Languages tab.
  3. Click Change Keyboards .
    A Text Services and Input Languages window opens.
    Figure 3: Change Keyboard button
    c01311984.jpg
  4. Click Add .
    Figure 4: Add button
    c01311985.jpg
  5. Select the keyboard(s) you want to use and click OK .
    Figure 5: Add input language: US Dvorak keyboard selected.
    c01311986.jpg
    The new keyboard is added to the list of available keyboards and a keyboard icon appears on the system tray, allowing you to switch between the keyboard that you want to use with the mouse.
    Figure 6: Keyboard tray icon
    c01311987.jpg
  6. From the Text Services and Input Languages window, select the new keyboard in the list and click Move up until it is first in the list. This makes it the default keyboard.
    Figure 7: Move up button
    c01311988.jpg
  7. Click OK . You can now use the new keyboard. If you find that the new keyboard works well and you do not want to use the other keyboard, repeat these steps and Remove the keyboard that you do not want from the General tab of the Text Services and Input Languages window.

Jun 02, 2009 | HP DC170B Keyboard

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My evoluent vertical mouse 3 freezes


Normal 0 Try disconnecting the Mouse Receiver from the USB port and reinstall the CD software program. When the CD Software program asks you to connect the Mouse Receiver to the USB port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud

Dec 31, 2008 | Evoluent Vertical 3 Mouse

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Problems with laptop keyboard


Sounds like some of the keyboard settings have gotten changed. Begin by checking the System Parameters for Keyboard/Mice and verify that these are as follows:

Caps Lock = Caps Lock
Control Key = Control Key
Option Key = Option Key
Command = Command

If they are not, just press the RESTORE DEFAULTS setting and LOCK your Systems Parameter Page before closing it. Reboot your system and check keyboard operation.

Hope this helps,

Keith

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