Question about Microsoft Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer
Hello, I bought a Microsoft Wireless IntelliMouse, model # 1007, and I've had it for quite a while. A few times before it has just flat out stoped working. I've replaced the batteries, reconnected, cleaned the back of my computer (including the USB slot) and still no change. The previous times that this has happened, I just left my computer alone for a week or so and it seemed to fix itself. But Sadly this time that isn't the case. The light on my reciever is still working, and the light on the bottom of the mouse is still lighting up. I'm left at a loss to what to do next. If you have any Idea on what I might be able to do, it would be great to hear from you. Thanks.
I had the same problem with my Microsoft Intellimouse 1007 (Explorer 2.0) Tried various solutions (reinstall/update drivers). In the end I went into the board bios and found that enabling the motherboards 'USB mouse' controller and 'USB keyboard' controller solved the problem. Hope this helps.
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