I bought one of these mice today and found my way here..but how I finally got mine to work was..first this http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305588 then I changed to a different USB port..removed the device in device manager and restarted the machine...then do the instructions what came with the mouse..make sure you hit both buttons, on the mouse and USB adapter and let them find each other...restart again and now it works like a charm...oh yeah..the battery compartment is a pretty cheap setup so make sure the springs dont bend as you insert the batteries Good Luck [email protected]
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Check that it still has a good solid connection to the computer. If you are using a optical mouse, make sure the light is on. For a rolling ball, make sure the ball is in the mouse properly and that there is nothing inside to make it stick. Other than that, you may need a new mouse.
control panel mouse you should see 4 tabs buttons,pointers,pointer options and hardware under hardware make sure that wireless mouse is selected also you can troubleshoot or select properties under driver you can update driver,rollback driver or uninstall and under hardware you can troubleshoot in xp hope this helps
Your mouse should use the standart windows mouse driver. It sounds like you might have a signal conflict. Check which frequency your mouse is using and check for other equipment using the same or similar frequencies. I had a similar problem with my wireless keyboard and mouse it was my wireless network interfering. Once you find out what the interference is you'll need to check your manuals or contact the manufacture to find out if you can change the frequency.
Hi, connecting the Dynex Wireless Optical Mouse is easy. First, you need to install the driver for the mouse. It should have come packaged with the mouse, on the CD-ROM. If you don't have the CD-ROM you can download the driver from the website and install it:
Scroll down to "Dynex Wireless Optical Mouse" and click "English" next to "Driver:" to download it, then unzip it and install it.
Once you've installed the driver, all you have to do is put the two AA batteries in the mouse, flip the switch on the bottom to On, and insert the USB receiver into your computer. Your mouse should be usable right away!
Sometimes a usb mouse requires a driver to install before it can be functional. You can go to the manufacturers website of the mouse and download the driver in accordance with your operating system. If you have a dvd optical drive than it should say on the face plate of the dvd drive or even in device manger listing. Otherwise, you may simply need to downlaod windows codec pack or use VLC player to play the movie.
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 ...
Try disconnecting the Mouse Receiver from the
USB port and reinstall the CD software program. When
the program asks you to connect the MouseReceiver to the USB
port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud