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That's a wireless mouse if memory serves me correctly. On the underside of the mouse there should be a reset or connect button. Worst case you may need to go to micro innovation.com to get the driver for the mouse, but that should be a plug and play set up.
Most wireless mouse does not require a specific driver for it to work.
But if your mouse requires one and you don't have a cd, if you can provide the manufacturer name and the model number of your mouse it would be helpful to locate a driver that we can download from the internet.
Delete the driver you have now and when you plug back the unit it it will install driver and look for a updated driver you really can just take it out of usb port and put it back in and it will do that
Hi, connecting the Dynex Wireless Optical Mouse is easy. First, you need to install the driver for the mouse. It should have come packaged with the mouse, on the CD-ROM. If you don't have the CD-ROM you can download the driver from the website and install it:
Scroll down to "Dynex Wireless Optical Mouse" and click "English" next to "Driver:" to download it, then unzip it and install it.
Once you've installed the driver, all you have to do is put the two AA batteries in the mouse, flip the switch on the bottom to On, and insert the USB receiver into your computer. Your mouse should be usable right away!
Possible solutions for this (and similar problems) include:
--Replace the batteries in your wireless mouse. If the connection strength is weak, wireless accessories have a tendancy to act up.
--Re-Install / update the mouse drivers. I'm unsure if Trust has drivers available for download from their website but it would be worth checking out if the first solution does not help fix the problem.
I have the same card....and my PC stops responding from mouse movements sometimes, but not anymore. I found that if I always use the HIBERNATE feature of Windows, that my video problems vanish, so I think the problem is related to video RAM, but not sure, because virtual memory caching plays a large role during wake from hibernate. Also ensure that BIOS video settings are not too extreme, go with the normal or default video settings.
hi, does the mouse move around the screen rapdily, while you are just using it normally? if so, it could be a driver fault for the mouse or something similar. this has happened to me before, and the way i solved it was updating the driver for the mouse. try doing that and see if it works.