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Memorex PS/2 mouse

I have a Memorex model PM2000 mouse which I had connected to my old Compaq laptop via the serial connection. I now have a new Apple MacBook. Of course all the ports are USB. Can I get a PS/2 to USB interface and use my Memorex mouse, or should I just go shopping for a compatible USB mouse, or maybe even a wireless Bluetooth mouse?

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SOURCE: Memorex wireless keyboard programming problem

after replacing the batteries u will c a small connect button on the wireless usb receiver on the computer as well as the connect button on the mouse and the keyboard,,press it on the adapter and then on the keyboard and teh mouse to get all of them resynchronized

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yes, you are missing the wireless receiver that plugs into the laptop.
Your best bet at this point is to go out and buy a $5 USB keyboard.

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You should always safely shut down and turn off your computer before plugging or unplugging the mouse from the PS/2 mouse port. If you do not safely turn off your computer, you may damage the mouse port, the mouse, or both.

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Sounds like the serial port died. I have seen that happen before. You could try a DB9 to PS/2 adapter or DB9 to USB. The DB9 to PS/2 is cheaper of the 2.

Hope this helps.

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Recommendation:
  • Make sure that the mouse is connected physically to the correct port and that it is not loose.
  • Check the mouse wire to make sure it has not been excessively twisted, bent or damaged in any way.
  • If you have another mouse that you can try in place of this one, try swapping them and see if the problem goes away. Similarly, you might want to try your mouse on another PC and see if it works. (Remember that drivers are often specific to certain types of mice; you want to swap with another mouse of the same type, using the same interface, either serial or PS/2).
  • If this is a new PC, check this section for troubleshooting possible general problems. In particular, there may be a loose or incorrectly connected internal cable to the COM port that you are using for the mouse.
  • If you are using a PS/2 style mouse, make sure it is not connected to the (identically-sized) PS/2 keyboard connector. This of course will also make the keyboard not work properly.
  • If you are using a serial mouse, you may have a problem with the serial port itself. Resource conflicts and other problems with the serial port are fairly common. Look here.
  • If you just upgraded your motherboard and now your mouse is not visible, a likely cause is that you left the old cables that attached from the serial port connectors to the motherboard headers in place. These cables are not universal, and you might now have the wrong kind installed for your new motherboard.
  • If you are using a PS/2-style mouse, remember that the mouse uses IRQ12. In some situations, this may cause a resource conflict with another device. Check here for more on resource conflicts.
  • If you are trying to use a PS/2-style mouse on a serial port, or a serial mouse on a PS/2 port, you must use a so-called "combo" mouse. These are specially designed to be able to handle the different electrical signals that are used by the two different mice. Some mice will fit the adapters physically but will not function correctly because they cannot handle the different signaling levels required;

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Your HP notebook PC probably has a VGA (aka HD-15) connector. Check page 16 of this PDF to make sure - connector #2 is the VGA connector.

Your Compaq monitor also has a VGA HD-15 connector, so it should plug directly into your laptop's port after unplugging it from the other PC.

You will still need to plug the Compaq monitor's power cable into a wall outlet for power.

If you are going to share this monitor between your notebook and the other PC, you may want to consider purchasing a Keyboard-Video-Mouse switch (known as a "KVM switch") - there are many different models - you will need one with VGA, and whether you need USB or PS/2 keyboard/mouse connections depends on what your other PC's keyboard and mouse are.

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There are two basic ways to work around this situation: * Use a PS/2 mouse instead of a serial mouse. Using a PS/2 mouse will free up your serial port so that you can connect the camera to the computer. Check the computer's documentation to see if this type of mouse is available for your system. * Enable MouseKeys on your computer. MouseKeys allows you to use the numeric keypad to move the mouse pointer and to click, double-click and drag. After enabling MouseKeys, you can disconnect the serial mouse and connect the camera to the computer. Click Here to see an animated demonstration, or follow the instructions below. To enable MouseKeys: 1. From the Windows toolbar, select Start > Settings > Control Panels. 2. Double-click the Accessibility Options icon. 3. Select the Mouse tab. 4. Select Use MouseKeys and change settings, if desired. 5. Click OK.

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