My cordless mouse has been working fine for a while now but suddenly it froze, i could still click (left & right) but not move the cursor and the red light underneath was off, I tried reconnecting it but with no luck, I've followed all instructions, e.g. my base is far away from all electical device but to no avail, please help!
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try updating the mouse drivers. Go to the Verbatim manufacturer website, search your model of mouse and download the latest driver. To update drivers on windows go Control panel>device manager>mice/input device then right click your mouse and update driver software. If the mouse continues to play up even though it works on other computers then the mouse is probably incompatible with your operating system.
Hi, my cursor had frozen on my screen after my grand daughter pressing something. After trying everything I decided to take it to a local computer shop, it was fixed in seconds. He held the arrow tab(below the caps lock tab) and then pressed F9 it worked!!
Hope this will fix your problem
Plug in a USB mouse, and go to Contol Panel>system>device manager and click on the +sign next to pointing devices. Right click touchpad and uninstall the touchpad, then reboot the computer, remove the usb mouse. Windows will pick up the touchpad as new hardware and re-install the drivers for it etc..
Press the Receiver button (and the lights will start
Then if the Keyboard isn't working, press the small RESET/CONNECT
button on the back of the board to connect the keyboard to the
If the MOUSE isn’t working, push the small RESET/CONNECT button
on the back of the mouse to connect to the receiver. Then they
should work okay. Hope this helps. Bud
You may want to verify that the autoswitchoff (Allow the computer to turn off this device...) is disabled or grayed out; right click on my computer, click on Properties, click on the Hardware tab, click on the Device Manager button, expand your Mice and other pointing devices, right click on your mouse, click on Properties, click on the Power Management tab. You can also try updating the drivers. You can also do this on the USB Root Hub if your mouse is USB connected.
Hope this works for you and post back how things are or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.