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An optical mouse works based on imaging principle so we have the freedom of accessing even in a 3D way. If your Optical mouse is not moving the cursor side wise, I would suggest you to look for the exact Mouse driver and install it. Usually on a Windows XP machine they work as plug and play.
If the Driver is working fine, you must look for the Windows or OS compatibility. The WDDM compatibility can also cause this to happen.
Go into your Control Panel, and select the icons (seperatly ofcourse) for your mouse and keyboard and make sure they are in the list for each and are activated. Also, uninstall the drivers for them, and re-install them with the disc provided that came with them. I hope this works for you. Also, after uninstalling the drivers and software, restart the computer, then insert the disc and run setup.
There is no bundled software that comes with the Mekomi RF keybord and the only support is for winddows 98SE. I have looked at other websites and have found sujssions that software drives from the Logitech wesite might work with these keybords hope you have some luck nurdy2453
Don't run the setup program. Instead reboot your computer and use the windows add hardware wizard to install the drivers from the CD. The windows hardware wizard will detect several different devices, allow it to install them all from the CD.