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I have a microinventions PD952P wireless mouse that I have lost the installation disk for. Is there anything available online to install this? My old computer crashed and I cannot find it to load on my new computer. I am original purchaser of the product.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1.) Press the button on the receiver (the "antenna" which is connected to the PC by USB) to reset it. Sometimes, they don't have a button. If that's the case, unplug it from the PC, wait 5 seconds, and then reconnect it to the PC. Then, press the reset button on the bottom of the mouse. You should do these in the exact order described. If this doesn't work, then...
2.) It may be some sort of settings/software update issue. Rather than trying to weed out the particular issue, performing a System Restore would be much easier. Click Start/All Programs (or just "Programs")/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore. You will want to choose a Restore Point with a date which is BEFORE your issue started. System Restore can take up to 20 minutes and should not be interrupted. If this fails, try...
3.) Check the driver. In Windows XP, click Start, RIGHT-click My Computer, click Properties, select the Hardware tab, click Device Manager. In Windows Vista/7, click Start, RIGHT-click Computer, click Properties, click on Device Manager (the link at the top of the left-hand pane). Look for anything in this list which has a yellow question mark or exclamation point. If there is, Right-click it and select Uninstall. Then, Right-click on Computer (top of the list) and click Scan for Hardware Changes. This will reinstall it.
4.) If that doesn't work, you may have a virus. Scan with your antivirus software. If this is unsuccessful, follow your manufacturer's instructions for a System Recovery. Important: This will delete all of your files too, so backup anything on the PC which is important to you (pics, music, documents, etc.).
Hope this helps and best of luck!
Posted on Sep 21, 2011
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