Question about Gigabyte Wireless Optical USB Mouse GMW7C
I had the same problem and finally i solved it. I don't have English Windows (Win7) so some phrases could be inaccurate.
1) When the mouse is found in the Add Device Dialog, use your touchpad or keyboard (use TAB and arrows to select and SHIFT F10 shortcut for rightclick) to rightclick on the device image and hit properties.
2) Tick "Drivers for keyboard or mouse (HID)" and then press apply and ok. Driver will be updated and your mouse should work now.
I hope this will help you, bye Vlada
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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