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My mouse has just stopped working for no apparent reason. I've tried following some of the online information about going into device manager, but once I'm there I can't find anything that relates to my actual mouse.

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Have you changed the batteries. that's the prime reasonj for a wireless mouse to stop working. Omnce new batteries are in press the connecr button on its base

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How to Enable Touchpad in a Laptop


TouchPad is disabled sometimes for no apparent reasons.To reactivate, first you restart your computer. If no change, you can activate it by going to the mouse properties. In some laptops, you can try pressing FN+F7.

If you are using Windows XP in your computer, you can do the following:

1. Go to control panel>mouse>device settings
2. Click enable
3. Click Apply
4. Click OK
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NOTE: If the troubleshooting above does not work. Click on reset devices>Apply>OK. Then restart the computer.

*****If your computer runs in Windows 7/VISTA, then follow the following steps.

1. Go to control panel>hardware and devices>Devices and Printers>Mouse
2. CLick on the last setting on the right.
3. Make sure that the mouse in the list is enabled.
4. If disabled Click Enable device.
5. Click OK.
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If the above troubleshooting does not make any changes. Update the driver of your touchpad. You can visit http://www.synaptics.com/ to get the drivers and software needed for your touchpad to work. Or, you can go to the website of your computer's manufacturer because they have the available updates and drivers which you can download and it will surely fix the problem.



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My dell keeps giving me error codes when i try and connect a mouse to my system whats the problem


Try going to the device manager: start>control panel>hardware and sound>device manager. Look for mouse/pointing devices tab and expand to show HID compliant mouse, right click on it and choose update driver, then click search automatically for updated driver software.

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My laptop makes a loud annoying beep when its plugged in or unplugged. The cord is getting tired and often makes this noise for no apparent reason. I've tried to go into the speaker properties but...


this issue might be occurred due to weak battery or either battery is getting weak.Just remove the Battery for a while and check the result

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My V450 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks aint working the green light is on but it doesn't get recognize by may laptop


Q: Troubleshooting: Basic Mouse/Trackball Problems trnsp.gif This article covers some common reasons why a Logitech mouse may cease to function.

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All Logitech mice/trackballs
Cause:
There are a number of reasons why a mouse or trackball may suddenly stop working. These include the following:
  • defective hardware
  • system configuration changes
  • wireless detection issues
  • hardware connection failures
Solution:
It is possible that the mouse or trackball has failed. A failed unit can be described as a product that works for a period of time then suddenly stops working. Verify that you have not made any changes to the system that might coincide with the failure of the product. For example, if you moved the connection of the device to another port to add another device to the system or if you added new software or made other system changes. Also, verify the device has not become disconnected from the system by checking to see the device is correctly connected. Once you have verified the above potential causes for failure, proceed to the following steps.
1. Wireless Detection Issues
If you are using a wireless mouse or trackball, you should first check to see if you have a connection issue. Please see Knowledge Base article 970 for information on diagnosing and resolving detection issues.
2. Port Connection Issues
If you have concluded that the issue is not due to a detection issue and the pointing device has just stopped working, try the device in another port. If you were using it on the PS/2 port, try moving it to the USB port if you mouse supports it. If you have another USB port, try that other port. If you were connected through a hub, try connecting directly to the system ports to verify the hub has not failed.
3. If the device doesn't work on a second port, try it on a second system, if possible. If it fails on a second system, then the device probably is defective. You may also want to try a second mouse in the same port that the failed mouse was using.
4. If the second mouse does not function in the same port, verify the system port has not failed. Contact the system manufacture for more information on the status of the system port.
5. If either the mouse fails on a second system or the second mouse works in the same port, then you know the Logitech mouse is defective. If this is the case, please contact to inquire about a warranty replacement.

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My logitech mouse wont move


Hello,
You need to install the driver for your logitech mouse to work.
If your mouse is not recognized then follow the following steps,

To work around this issue, try one of the solutions below:
  1. Unplug the USB device. It is possible that the connection is not secure and has become loose. This is one of the most common reasons for an error in detecting a USB device.
  2. Use the Device Manager to scan for new and recently installed hardware. From the start menu, select the 'Run' option. In the pop up box, type in Devmgmt.msc and then click 'Ok'. From the 'Action' Mmnu, click 'scan for hardware changes'. This will make Windows recognize any new devices that are installed. Now, close all device managers and control panels. Now see if your computer will read the USB device.
If that doesn't work, here is another option you can try:
Disable power management of the USB hub. To disable the power management on the USB hub, follow these steps:
  • Click Start, and then click Run.
  • Type devmgmt.msc in the Open box, and then click OK.
  • Expand the Universal Serial Bus controllers' node, and then follow these steps for each USB Root Hub that is listed:
  • Right-click the USB Root Hub and then click Properties.
  • Click the Power Management tab.
  • Click to clear the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power check box, and then click OK.

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If you has been installed the right drivers, it is hardware problem.
Try to use the factory touchpad program for your sony touchpad and see what happen (not only the driver, also the program touchpad software)

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If that doesn't work, do a complete wipe out and do a clean install of new Operating System.

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