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Uninstall the Keyboard driver. Unplug the Logitech keyboard. Restart the computer. Plug the Logitech keyboard back into the computer. Windows should recognise the keyboard and/or the mouse. Place Logitech setup disk in drive. Reload the drivers...
The drivers sometimes corrupt themselves.. You might download the latest drivers for your keyboard/mouse.
try to check if is it properly installed not just the hardware but as well as the software. Basically when we plug in a usb deice especially first time you inserted that device it sometimes need allowable time to install its driver. Also try to check if you computer supports plug and play device such as USB cause sometimes not all USB device are supported in all different types of hardware.
What is the OS of your computer? This Targus mouse would work with Win 98, Win 2000 and Win XP. Vista was not mentioned. And if you are running Windows Vista for you laptop, then that could be the reason why it was not recognized by the computer.
Is this the wireless optical mouse? If yes, you need to follow the steps below to isolate the problem:
1. Connect the USB receiver into different USB ports of the computer. 2. Replace the batteries with the fresh ones. 3. Try connecting the mouse into different computer to see if you've got a defective mouse.
If you've tried everything and got the same problem, you may need to refer to the manufacturer, because I'm not sure if this mouse is a Plug-n-Play device or if it needs a driver.
the very first thing what u have to do is uninstall and reinstall the driver for the wireless mouse and then restart the computer and still if it doesnt work try it with some other computer which has xp sp3 and it it works with the other computer have the same windows os then uninstall and reinstall the wireless driver also,and if it doesnt work with the other computer also then replace the wireless mouse.but before that always check ur wireless connection with the wireles mouse and also check the lights on the mouse..and what u can do is call up dell and tell thatm to replace it for u or for complete solution u can call up cyyberdefender.com for premium tech support.......take care ...
Did you check the batteries? Is the little red light under the mouse lit when you plug it in? Have you looked in the device manager to see if the system is recognizing it? Do this by right clicking on "my computer" and left clicking on "properties." Then left click on "hardware" and then "device manager." Check the devices: "mice" and also "human interface devices." If you find the mouse, highlight it and delete it. Restart your computer and plug the mouse USB receiver back in. Also, click on the "connect" button on the receiver and under the mouse.