I have th Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 Toshiba laptop and for some reason the mouse won't move. I have restarted the computer over and over and each time the mouse works for a minute. The screen comes on where you enter your password and it works on that page and then when it signs on it just stops. Everything else works except for the mouse. Anyone have any suggestions???
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Re: THE MOUSE WON'T MOVE! :(
You may have a corrupt driver, so go to my computer, right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager, then look at the list for mice and other pointing devices, click on the '+' sign and and then your touch pad will be listed, right click on it and select uninstal.
Restart the pc and it will automatically reinstall and should work as normal
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The mouse is not the problem. The problem is with your mouse driver. It might be damaged. Try deleting the mouse driver and reinstalling it. Assuming you have Windows XP. Go to Start>Settings>Control Panel>System>Hardware>Device Manager>Mice and other pointing devices. Delete all pointing devices, close everything, restart the computer and the system will detect the mouse, follow on screen instructions and install a new mouse driver. That will fix the problem.
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Depending if the BIOS has legacy USB support for keyboard and mouse enabled, you should be able to run safe mode by pressing F8 before the computer boots into windows. I would not recommend going into the BIOS if you do not have much knowledge to the computer as one wrong configuration could cause some behaviour problems or even damage to the pc's components
I recommend connecting a keyboard and mouse that have cable and the PS/2 connectors (purple and green) which can be found at back of the computer at the top. Then restart your computer, hold down F8 and you will be able to run safe mode. The mouse and keyboard will then work
Keep both the keyboard and mouse plugged in and boot windows. When you get into windows, plug in the USB keyboard and mouse into a USB slot and wait whilst it detects it. After a couple of minutes you should be able to use your USB mouse and keyboard and take out the PS/2 keyboard and mouse
I hope this has helped. Please let me know if you have any questions or need further assistance.
This is fairly simple , Simply go to the toshiba website and download the drivers for the laptop. Be sure that you have model number and operating system it runs on. And also be sure to know what drivers are not installed and what drivers you need.
Task tray menu usage
You can turn on and off the features by right-clicking on the TOSHIBA Virtual Sound's task tray icon. You can also select a listening mode with this menu.
Task tray icon menu (Off)
Task tray icon menu (On)
Listening environment menu Task tray appearanceThe task tray icon will blink when an audio filter is running. If you move a mouse cursor over the icon a pop-up message appear, then it will show a state of the audio filter.
The message which will appear when the SRS WOW HD is available
The message which will appear when the SRS TruSurround XT is available
The message which will appear when the SRS Circle Surround Xtract is available