Wireless Laser Desktop 5000 and Mouse installation
'When installing the software and after accepting Terms & conditions the choosing the correct keyboard and mouse, I get a message: Setup cannot continue because either there is insufficient hard disk space or an unexpected error has occurred. Please free the necessary disk space, and run set up again. For system requirements, refer to the product packaging'. It does not tell me what the problem is.
I have a modern fast computer with about 80 Gb. free. My machine meets the system requirements. I run Windows XP Home edition.I never have problems loading other software.
What do I do, please.
Re: Wireless Laser Desktop 5000 and Mouse installation
i would y going to the web site and check with them if you have thee right drivers for your XP OS as some programs still do not ship with the right drivers if this fails try just disconecting your mouse and key oard the shut your PC down and start it up again when you hear the beep to let you know that you do not have a key baoard or mouse reconect the two items may be XP will try to load you key board and mouse for you as it has a host of drivers for most components
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If you want to check if the software is installed correctly and the keyboard is working fine try using the multimedia key. If you are able to use the multimedia keys for reducing and increasing the volume or mute the sound that means it is working fine.
If you are trying to configure the Favorite keys then you will have to select the buttons from the software and link it to the particular program of your choice.
Open the software application
Select the button that you want to configure
Click on the browse button to select the program of your choice to open with that button.
The software might not be compatible. but for you to use the wireless keyboard and mouse you don't need a software just plug the wireless adapter and sync the keyboard and mouse . it will start working
If you installed the software that came with your mouse, there will be a shortcut on your desktop to the microsoft wireless laser mouse configuration. Double click on this shortcut. In the window that opens, at the very bottom, there are options for both the left and right side buttons. In the drop down window, select "Disable" for both. Click on "Apply" Click on "Okay" or "Close"
Windows system restore will take your computer back to the settings it had before you first installed the mouse software. It should give you a list a restore points (dates) by date and by application that was installed on your computer over a period of months, possibly years (haven't tested that out yet). So everytime you install an application you have the option of undoing the install even if uninstall doesn't work. The beauty of it is that it doesn't change any of your documents, emails, personal data under your user files. I can only speak for Vista and windows7 OS. Can't rtemeber if XP has this - probably not.
If you are using Vista Operating System this is a common problem. !. Go to MY COMPUTER and RIGHT CLICK on it. 2. Then CLICK on PROPERTIES. 3. Next CLICK on DEVICE MANAGER. 4.Next CLICK on CONTINUE. 5. CLICK on the HID HUMAN INTERFACE DEVICE +. 6.Right CLICK on the HID NON-USER INPUT DATA FILTER. 7. Click on UPDATE DRIVER SOFTWARE. 8. When the screen comes up CLICK on SEARCH AUTOMATICALLY for UPDATED DRIVER SOFTWARE.
When finished the screen saver should work properly. Bud