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SOURCE: Dyne Mouse Problem
I have a similar problem which I seem to have fixed.
I have a Dell laptop and was using a borrowed retractable-cord laptop mouse. I unplugged it and plugged in the Dynex DX-PMSE and got the same message as you describe. For me, what fixed it was that I went into device manager and removed the old mouse, so I only had the touchpad showing for pointing devices. Then when I plugged in the Dynex mouse, it worked pretty much right away!
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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