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My mouse cursor keeps freezing then un-freezing on the screen, starting and stopping at random times, but often: about 20-30 times per minute. Mouse also sometimes freezes and will not start again unless I reboot my computer. Only solution I found online at "FixYa" was to get an updated Logitech mouse driver, but this is not a Logitech mouse; it's an Inland optical laser wireless mouse, model # 58352, PID #111384-110289.

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Try removing the driver which you have for the mouse and restart the computer.
If that doesn't help, check the batteries in the mouse.

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SOURCE: mouse/keyboard combo has no software

http://www.inland-products.com/inlandfaq/keyboards.htm If drivers are not listed contact their tech support: jason@inlandproduct.com

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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SOURCE: The cursor moves randomly while I use the trackball

this problem is caused by a defective mouse, replace it.

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SOURCE: my inland wireless mouse, model 7340 is very sticky

mine did the same thing, i took it back to the store, the optical laser is not reading correctly

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Inland 601781 wireless keyboard stopped working.

Remove the battery of the keyboard and install new one and then press connect button from the keyboard side and the receiver side also.

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SOURCE: NEED INSTRUCTIONS TO ACTIVATE WIRELESS MOUSE AND

find the drivers and instructions for inland wireless keyboard and mouse here: http://www.inlandus.com/driverdl.php?
type the product number 70120 and click search. Download zips and follow instructions.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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