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Re: Mikomi usb mouse
Try using a different mouse mat, preferably something with stripes or muticoloured. Or try using it over a plain white sheet of paper. If that does not work, try reinstalling the latest drivers. Let me know how it goes..
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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.
I was unable to find this product on the Logitech website to check for support information. I would suggest that you make sure that you install the proper software for these devices and also that you press the sync button (located under the wireless receiver) and also on the keyboard and mouse (doing one at a time).
Unplug the USB receiver and plug into a different USB port if available. Press the connect button on the receiver and wiggle and click the mouse for the next 10-20 seconds. This should revive the mouse.
If the above does not work, you may have to reinstall the drivers.
I hope this helps.
First make sure your mouse is installed properly. Go to Device Manager and see if it lists the mouse and has no conflicts. Also, try a different USB port, especially if it doesn't show up. If your receiver and mouse have reset or connect buttons on them you'll need to push those also. try alternate batteries. if none of these suggestions can solve your problem you may be looking at a defective mouse.
On an optical mouse, two thngs happen. The light shines out and a sensor reads the reflection almost like a camera image. Try some other surfaces, particularly ones which are not shiny. If that doesn't help, install the mouse on some other computer. If that works, reinstall your drivers on the first computer, removing the old ones as best you can (Control Panel...Device Manager...etc.). If it doesn't work on the other computer, check for any switches on the mouse (that would be uncommon) and for warranty coverage. Otherwise, the light sensor is probably broken and there is little you can do.
Have you tried changing the port in which the USB wireless receiver is plugged?
Or is the receiver internal to the notebook?
If the receiver is internal, try updating the drivers for your machine by navigating to the manufacturer's support site.
If you plug a wired mouse into the machine what happens? If you get the same result, it may indicate a problem with the USB settings on your machine. I would, again, suggest updating the drivers for your machine.
If that's the case, try plugging another USB device into the machine and see if it works properly.
If none of those options provide results, I recommend you return the mouse for a refund or a replacement, especially if you have the receipt.
I had a similar freezing problem with a wireless Logitech mouse and also a problem with the wireless keyboard, sometimes keystrokes would not register and sometimes they'd repeat a dozen times. I was not able to fix the problem, so I got a Microsoft wireless mouse and keyboard, hoping it was a driver conflict that wouldn't affect both products. Wrong. The exact same thing happened to the Microsoft mouse and keyboard. The cause of the problem turned out be that I had the receiver plugged into a USB hub along with several other devices. Moving the receiver to one of the USB ports in the back of the PC fixed the problem. Apparently these wireless desktop devices don't like sharing USB resources with anything else.