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Mouse Not work

Some my New Laptop hang and mouse not work . would you please advice

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Try another mouse. If that mouse does not work, restore the computer to a previous date when the mouse was working. If mouse is still not working call Lenovo, you are still under warranty.

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Cq60 frozen mouse pad


Since you don't seem to want to help us in helping you, by being more detailed about your mouse, or mouse pad, problem, I will give you some general advice:

- This is a laptop, yes?
- It has one of those little areas where you can use your finger, instead of a mouse?
- Look in Device Manager, or even in the Mouse option in Control Panel, and see if you have a mouse configured for your laptop, in addition to the built-in finger pad for use as a mouse.
- If you find there are two separate devices, one for the laptop-supplied mouse square, or rectangle, with the buttons on the bottom, for use instead of a mouse, and one for an external mouse, then make sure you have designated the built-in pad for use as a mouse. If, however, you want to use an external mouse, then you do the opposite, and ensure that the external mouse is selected as the device you wish to use for a mouse, and disable the built-in mouse/finger pad software, so that you do not have a conflict.

One or the other must be primary, and the one not primary must be disabled, or your laptop must be told not to use that other one.

Apparently - again, because you gave us absolutely no details - there is a hardware conflict and the laptop doesn't know which device to use, so it is not using either, and you're stuck without the benefit of any pointing device.

All the work you need to do with device manager and control panel must be done with keystrokes, and for that you must use Windows' Help to learn which keys will do what. Usually the four arrow keys, near the numeric pad, along with Page Up and Page Down, and the Tab button, or Shift+Tab, to go backwards, are all you might need to reset things the way they need to be set.

I hope you understand that absent any details at all, the only advice you will get from anyone here, is going to be educated guesswork.

Best of luck to you.

Cheers!
-a.

Jun 16, 2012 | Compaq Presario CQ60215DX PC Notebook

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My mouse didnt work at all..... i try to reinstal the OS but still not working... please help me with this new acer aspire 4738z.... thanx alot and best regards


If you're trying to use an external mouse for your laptop, you may need to download drivers for the mouse from the company that made the mouse. Look for the brand name on your mouse, and go to the maker's website to download mouse drivers.

May 04, 2011 | PC Laptops

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The response of the cursor of my samsung laptop is too slow. It hanged up. And i don't know how to open the battery. Any advice?


You can change the mouse speed in the mouse settings sections in your Control Panel.
To open the battery...or well, actually remove the battery (don't open the battery itself, it contains hazardous acidic materials inside, you should never ever open a battery), take a look at the bottom of your laptop. You'll be able to see two small sliders, slide those outwards (to the sides, left and right of the laptop) and your battery will be able to unhook itself. I hope this has been of help to you?

Mar 13, 2011 | Samsung N150 (36725723009) Netbook

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After not using my laptop for several months (it was plugged in however) my USB mouse will not work now when I boot up my Toshiba Satellite laptop.


Here are some trouble shooting steps you can try relatively easily....
If the mouse connects via a USB cable, try connecting it on another USB port while the laptop is on.
If it is an optical mouse, check to see if the LED(s) underneath are lit. Change ports until LED lights.
If you have another computer also with a USB mouse and it is working, try a mouse exchange. If the non-working mouse also does not work on the other computer and the mouse from the other computer works on your Toshiba Satellite laptop, the problem is likely with the non-working mouse.
Finally, If the non-working mouse is a wireless one, its battery may be dead. Try a new battery in it.

Feb 14, 2011 | PC Laptops

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I have a Toshiba Satellite L505D-S5983


Try a different mouse, that would prove where the problem lies. Looks to me like the mouse is failing.

Jul 16, 2010 | Toshiba PC Laptops

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Laptop's touchpad not working


Hi,
Please remove the external mouse and press Fn+ESC simultaneously the issue should be resolved.
Thanks.

Mar 01, 2009 | Lenovo IdeaPad Y510 Notebook

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My laptop mouse wont work


do you mean the mouse integrated in the laptop or an external USB mouse?
If it is the integrated mouse, try to get an USB mouse, plug it and wait until your laptop recognize it, assuming you are working in Windows XP right clic on My Computer, clic on Properties --> Hardware --> Device Manager , double clic on Mice and other pointing devices, once here, look for the mouse of your laptop (do not mis identify it with the external mouse that you just plugged) right clic on it and clic on uninstall.
Restart your laptop, once in windows again it will recognize the mouse as a new device and will install the drivers again. 
Good luck!

Feb 24, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5920-6727 Notebook

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Mouse movement when not touching the mouse


Becod,

is this an external mouse or a mouse pad/nipple in the laptop.

If the former have you tryed using a different mouse? I have had similar problems with optical mice in the past.

Regards

Signal

Sep 25, 2008 | Toshiba Portege M200 Notebook

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KDS Laptop!?


Wow. Never heard that one before. Here are a few ideas as they come off my fingers: 1. Try a reload of the operating system, what is referred to as a repair install. 2. You could try booting from a diskette and then try to find out what is wrong with the recognition of the mouse. 3. Perhaps hooking up a usb mouse? 4. Disable the laptop mouse in the bios, which hopefully you can get to before the hang. Take your pick and work from easiest to hardest. The boot looks like it is freezing on the laptop mouse, so if you want to get past that portion of the boot, you have to resolve it or blow away the code that is not recognizing the mouse, if you presume that the mouse is funcitonal. If not, fix the mouse. Hope this helps Karl

Apr 17, 2008 | KDS Valiant 671DP Notebook

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