Can't get the Unotron mouse to work on a USB-HID port ? Running Vista HPremium. My resources are exhausted... Tried everything.., deleting it, re-boot, dis- & connect, to no avail...
Get a err report that 'driver' "might" be an .inf file for W95 or later although the 'pad' or rf rcvr shows activty can't get the devivce installed, had hoped that Visa SP1 would solve this, but no.... Its the C5100 for mouse & keyboard..
Any ideas, or just follow my impulse after last night &this morning..., buy another one !?! Not Unotron... :-)
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plug in the receiver in a USB port. The mouse will have a button to push to synch to the USB adaptor.. Once it find it, Wilndows will install drivers and then good to go.. It will most likely show as a HID device when you are all done.. be sure you have good batteries when you do that.
If you wish to increase the speed or change any other settings, click on the Settings button.
Click Apply and then close out of the box.
After performing the above steps you will be able to used the numeric keypad as a mouse moving up, down, left, right, and all the diagonals. In addition, you may also use the center "5" key as a left click.
1. Go to your device manager. START>CONTROL PANEL>SYSTEM (If using XP,
make sure you have chosen 'classic view' from the left side panel)>click on
the 'Hardware' tab and you should see DEVICE MANAGER. Click this button.
2. Find the entry MICE AND OTHER POINTING DEVICES and click on the (+) sign
next to it. Now you should see your mouse or just “HID compliant mouse” listed
there. Double click this.
3. In the box that pops up, choose the "Driver" tab.
4. Click the button that says 'Uninstall Driver'.
5. Once this is done, right click on the MICE AND OTHER POINTING DEVICES entry
again and from the menu chose "Scan for hardware changes" to
reinstall or upgrade the driver.
6. On the 'General Properties' tab of the device, click 'Troubleshoot' to start
the Troubleshooting Wizard and follow the on-screen instructions.
Hopefully, this should resolve the problem..
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1- get yourself a PS2 keyboard 2- go to windows and install the S5100K-G keyboard driver 3- reboot the computer and go to the BIOS settings and make sure to enable the USB keyboard and mouse feature 4- shutdown the pc .. remove the PS2 keyboard and plug the S5100K-G keyboard then reboot
You can try to:
Right click on "My Computer", click on Properties, click on the Hardware tab, click on the Device Manager Button, expand your Mice and other pointing devices. verify that you 2 entries. One is the Sony builtin (Alps in my Vaio) and a HID-compliant mouse. The latter is your external optical wheel mouse. Make sure it does not have any red or yellow mark. Double click on the HID and verify that the next window says "This device is working properly." If not follow on screen instructions to enable or activate.
Hope this be of some help. Good luck and pls post again how things turn up or if you need further information.