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K7vm2 lost the mouse

I have a k7vm2 motherboard and have had no probs untill nmow. i have lost the mouse pointer. i have re installed but its still not there csan you help at all
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Ok on the bottom right of the k7vm2 main board there is a jumper situated between the ir connector and the front panel connector, under which you'll see a connecter labelled ps2_usb-pwr make sure it is set 1-2 and not 2-3 and this should solve that problem if not

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Ps2 mouse or a usb? try reconnecting the mouse and another mouse.

usb mouse might work?

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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