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Mouse problems I cannot get any mouse to work on my computer. I have tried two different cordless Logitech's - the M/N: M-RR95  (93LP0005) and the M/N: M-RBQ1244.1v, a Microsoft corded mouse, and I have tried the Rocketfish and the Targus wireless. Nothing! I am having to go back to barely remembered keyboard commands to navigate. I went into device manager and deleted the drivers thinking that Windows would recognize new hardware - but no luck. It is too much to think that all of these mouses are defective so it must be in my hardware or programing. What do I do next? I can use a mouse with LogMeIn, which doesn't make sense to me at all. Any help would be much appreciated.

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Re: Mouse problems

OMG Trw 313 YOU da man ! Solution # WORKS ! Fa shizzel I've been looking around for a long time trying to solve this problem and this was it ! Wow, thanks again....

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Its probably not the ports. It doesnt recognize the driver. Dont use the automated driver loading. Use the manual and direct to Windows/.inf file type. It will find the correct driver After deleting and rebooting for 3 days to find the right driver I discovered this to work and load the correct driver otherwise you will be on an endless loop looking for the correct driver

Posted on May 12, 2008

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I have a Targus PAWM10U Mouse. It was working fine but now it is not. I recharged it. Turn off the computer and turned it back on but nothing works. Can you help me?

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Re: Mouse problems

If you only tried ps2 mouse's then try a usb mouse.

If no mouses work what so ever then you will need to
1.) restore to a previous date when it was working

or if the registery is corrupted beytond restore to solve the problem

its a virus and you need to format and reinstallwindws to solve the problem.

Posted on Jan 03, 2008

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