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How do I know if my laptop is compatible for a wireless mouse ?

Q: How do I know if my laptop is compatible for a wireless mouse ?

I'm going to the store today to try to find a wireless mouse for my laptop for gaming .. There doesn't seem to be any ports on my laptop compatible with the wireless mouse I currently have ... I have a Logitech wireless mouse..[not sure of exact model].. it does not have a USB signal device .. It has green and pink circular connectors which I used for my desktop comp along with the wireless keyboard ...

I'm thinking maybe I have some kind of Bluetooth in my laptop, and there may be a wireless mouse I can purchase that is compatible with my laptop's Bluetooth? But my question is, how do I find out if my laptop even has this so that I know what to look for at the store?
It's a new laptop .. an HP Entertainment PC with Vista .. So I don't see why it would be impossible to connect a wireless mouse to it ...
Thanks in advance to anyone kind enough to help me out

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A: How do I know if my laptop is compatible for a wireless mouse ?

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my daughter got me a wireless mouse for xmas, a usb version. you dont get instructions with it but hey i thought simple just plug the usb into my pc and away i go, wrong.

i plug the usb in and it said something like found drivers etc but i just cant get it to work,

this is what it says on the header card that it was attached to.

version - USB

variable resolution - 20dpi-6400 dpi

hardware resolution - 800dpi

technology - optical sensor

system requirements - windows 2000/me/xp/vista mac OS 8.6 or later

IT DOES NOT SAY ANYTHING ABOUT WINDOWS 7 maybe this is the problem as i am running windows 7

any thoughts please ?

A:Solved: wireless mouse - compatible with windows 7 ??

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I own a keyboard with a prejudice mosue hp hp wireless mouse mg0637t both connected to the same wireless transmitter
Now the mouse I broke
I wanted to know if I buy a wireless mouse will be compatible with the keyboard transmitter? 

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I have been working on my laptop this morning. After a one-hour break, when I came back to work, my wireless mouse and my wireless keyboard were no longer working on my laptop Pavilion 6g. I check the Parameters, and these two accessories appear to be undetected by the laptop. The operating system of  my laptop is Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit).

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I had this problem after a Win 10 update. The mouse stopped working both USB and Bluetooth. I tested a different mouse and that didn't work either. Touchpad worked fine. So I called Dell tech support and they suggested I uninstall Windows update and re-install the chipset drivers that they provided. I did both and mouse still didn't work. Then tech support suggested I do a Windows Restore. Again that did not solve the problem. Then they suggested I do a Windows reinstall. At this point I got annoyed since I have 30 programs that I use for my business and a total Win re-install is out of to question. I thought there must be another simpler way to solve this problem. So I did an online search and found a fix. It was a very simple problem and needed a very simple fix:
I was able to fix this problem by adding a missing MultiString value to this registry key:
Value Type: Multi String
Value Name: UpperFilters
Value: mouclass
An article that explains it in a very round-about way is here:
The Multi String Value Name: UpperFilters was missing so I added it and the mouse started working and everything is good to go!
I was very disappointed with the Dell support team I contacted. They gave me the run around for 3 days for such a sim... Read more

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I wonder a wireless mouse, which can used with both pc and laptop, just get down to this Microsoft Arc Wireless Laser Mouse, see the pics, will it feel good with my hands?

A:Wireless mouse for my pc and laptop!

From the way it looks, you'll have to keep your hands on it fully to use it.
Not the way I do like I'll rest my hand on my mouse pad and use 1 or 2 fingers for the buttons.
Since you took the time to post this, I'll assume you want to like it.
So go ahead and try it, it might be worth it.

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After using it without problems for over a year, my wireless mouse stopped working on my laptop a few weeks ago. I changed the batteries, still nothing. I figured it was time for a new mouse so I bought one today, installed it, checked for updated drivers, etc. Still nothing. My computer is showing that the device is installed correctly, not sure what to do next. Windows 7, Toshiba laptop. I disconnected the mosue, uninstalled the drivers, rebooted the computer and reconnected the mouse. Drivers reinstalled automatically but mouse still won't work. Any ideas?

A:Wireless mouse won't work on laptop

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I'm looking for a good full sized wireless mouse for my laptop (which dosn't have blue-tooth). Any recommendations?

A:looking for a good wireless mouse for laptop

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Our mini-size wireless Microsoft Mouse has been in use with our laptop for six months or longer with no issues other than an occasional battery change. Last night it stopped working all together, despite a laptop reboot, et al. I ended up plugging in my Microsoft optical wired mouse from my office PC and that is working fine.

Just to check, I plugged the receiver for the wireless mouse into my PC and the lil' bugger is working fine there, but still won't work on the laptop.

Does this make any sense to anyone?

The laptop is running via a Netgear wireless network card, the machine is running fine for the most part, I see nothing out of sorts on a HijackThis scan, the Avira antivirus scans have been clean, and yet the wireless mouse won't work on the laptop but will on the desktop PC.

Any ideas would be appreciated!

A:Solved: Wireless Mouse won't work on laptop, but does on PC?

my idea is that after time files can corrupt and so a file in your drivers for it may have corrupted what i reccomend is plug both the mouse's in and use ur wired one to go to device manager look under mice and other pointing devices remove that driver and remove both mice then plug in the receiver again and it should auto re install the driver. this may work or it may not depends if its something more indepth. as to it working on ur pc when u plugged it in it installed the drivers new so it would work but if the drivers are corrupt on your laptop then it wouldent.

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Ok, so here is my issue.
I have a logitech M325 wireless mouse that has worked perfectly fine for a while....until all of the sudden it stopped responding. So I replaced batteries (which did nothing), then went ahead and got a new mouse. When I plugged that one in, there was no response either . So I got my friends wireless mouse (which has been working fine on his computer) and plugged it into mine, which, no surprise, didn't work. When I gave him his mouse back, he was shocked to find that it no longer worked on his computer either!! I am a PC gamer and could really use some help!!

A:No kind of wireless mouse works on my laptop!

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Also, if its a brand name system like an Acer,Dell or HP, please post the exact model of the system.

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Hi, everyone,

I just bought a wireless lap top mouse on Ebay and I am starting to regret that I did. The package does not have a model # or name but after some search I found that it was made by Tonzo Industrial Co.,Ltd. It appears to me, and this is just a guys but I believe this company is no longer in business as their site is down and the contact email is a hotmail address. I'm not going to email a hotmail address. I am including a link so that you can see what it looks like. http://tonzo168.en.busytrade.com/products/info/710089/Wireless_Optical_Mouse.html

Here's the problem - simply put - it doesn't work. It worked at first and then suddenly it would no longer move the cursor. I have done everything I could find in trouble shooting of other wireless mice. Including holding the button underneath the mouse, holding the button on the receiver, holding them both at the same time (to sync them) Checking properties in Device Manager (plug and play). Rebooting etc etc. The batteries are fine. Sometimes I can get it to move and inch and then it will stop again. I have taken the batteries out as well and reinstalled them. I've also tried several different surfaces with it. I don't want to spend the money to send it back as it was cheap in the first place. I think I might just buy a non wireless mouse for this laptop. This is too much pain for a company computer. Thanks for any help in advance.

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Yes/No, look at the pic. Notice the much larger receiver compared to USB dongle size. I mean does it totally defeat the purpose? Or I could forsay just use the mouse just for home and use the touchpad when im out?

Which is the best suited for laptops.

Wireless laptop mouse
Laptop mouse with pull out cord

A:Do you think its wrong to use a wireless desktop mouse on a laptop?

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I have a HP Pavilion TX 2000. About 2 months ago my wireless mouse stopped working. I changed out the batteries and it still doesn't work.

I also tried another wireless mouse, and still nothing.

One mouse is a Tagrus and the other is an HP, if that makes any difference.

Any ideas on how I can fix this?

A:Wireless mouse stopped working on laptop

Can you find a wired mouse to try as a test, or even a usb flash drive to make sure your usb ports are working?

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hi i need help connecting the wireless mouse bluetooth to my laptop and i cant fig it out

A:i need to pair my wireless mouse to my hp pavilion laptop how do i do it

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What Bastille security researcher Marc Newlin discovered was this. If you can send out a wireless signal that pretends to be a wireless mouse, most wireless USB dongles will happily latch onto it -- no questions asked. Then, you can have that fake wireless mouse pretend to be a wireless keyboard -- and start controlling someone else's computer.

With a laptop and a cheap wireless USB antenna called a Crazyradio, Newlin found he could do that from up to 200 meters away. Of course, you can't easily see someone's laptop screen from that far out, but that doesn't mean the hack isn't dangerous. A sequence of keyboard shortcuts is enough to wipe a hard drive -- or open a browser, navigate to a website, download malware and install it on a computer.

Many of the dongles that come with mice and keyboards from Logitech, Microsoft, Amazon, Dell, HP, Lenovo and Gigabyte are at risk. Here's a list of the affected devices that Bastille has found so far.

Use a wireless mouse? This $15 hack could compromise your laptop - CNET

A:Use a wireless mouse? This $15 hack could compromise your laptop

Great, my keyboard and mouse are vulnerable. Thankfully UAC with password prevents serious attacks.
An attacker could remotely download malware, but without admin rights and scripting, he can not do much.
I have seen some strange behaviour lately, a browser started by itself and other things like it, maybe it is related.

EDIT: Thankfully Logitech provide firmware update, so users do not have to buy a new device like with other brands.
But it is a bit complicated, they say to simply update it, but it does not work, the firmware update button is greyed out.

Logitech Response to Unifying Receiver Research Fi... - Logitech Forums

You have to download and install Unifying Software.

Unifying Software - Logitech Support

Then download the firmware update and run it (I put it into the same folder).
(C:\Program Files\Common Files\LogiShrd\Unifying)


Run the firmware (it shows nothing), then select Update Firmware on the receiver and you are done.

Credit goes to: Re: "MOUSEJACK" Is the new firmware available yet... - Logitech Forums

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Hi, I'm new here and I really need some help with my laptop.
I have a Dell Inspiron 6400, running Windows XP Media Center Edition (I've had the laptop for almost 3 years) and recently I've been having problems with my wireless mouse, the laptop's keyboard and touch pad.
Recently (since last Tuesday) whenever I use my laptop's keyboard it lags very badly. It sometimes doesn't pick up letters and to type anything without missing letters I have to hold down a letter for a few seconds. Also my laptop's touch pad lags very badly as well. And lastly my wireless mouse lags, nowhere near as bad as the touch pad (a short pause every 2-3 seconds), but it's enough to be annoying, but the wireless keyboard is absolutely fine.

I've already done a few things, I've checked to see if any processes are using a lot of the CPU (none are), there's no unusual processes running either, I ran a virus scan and it found nothing, I ran chkdsk (/p and /r, neither found anything), and I replaced the ntoskrnl.exe file in my system32 folder (I was randomly getting errors saying that it was corrupt or missing when I turned on my laptop, but I think that fixed it), I've also plugged in a wired mouse in to my laptop and got the same lag as the wireless one.

Can anyone help me with this? I really need help


A:Wireless mouse lag and laptop keyboard and touch pad lag

Can't anyone help me?

Here's a little update.
The lag with the wireless mouse is gone, but the lag with everything else is still there.
I had to repair my windows install because I was randomly getting an error at start up saying that windows couldn't start because the ntoskrnl.exe file was missing or corrupted. Then it would only come up with a screen asking if I wanted to start safe mode, start windows normally, etc.
It came up with the ntoskrnl.exe error came up again after the repair, but it can start up now.
Please, someone help.

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I have read many threads on this, but I cant seem to get my laptop to wake using the wireless kboard/mouse. I have a HP pavilion dv4 with windows 7 x32, and a logitech LX710 Kboard/mouse. I am beginning to think that I will not be able to wake on this laptop.

Allow this device to turn on computer is greyed out in device manager. I have accessed the bios, but did not see anything that looked like it pertained to this issue. I am far from a computer expert, so any help is greatly appreciated. thanks!

A:Can't wake laptop from sleep with wireless Kboard/mouse

Try Using a standard usb keyboard & mouse. If they work then yes, wireless is your problem.

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Yesterday, after restarting my PC to finish updates from Windows, and installations from Autodesk and MATLab, my keyboard, touch pad and wireless mouse stopped working.After checking the drivers, I found that the keyboard and mouse drivers had a code 32. So I did a system restore before all the updates. Did nothing for the drivers.I tried uninstalling, updating the drivers; didn't work.Then I used CCleaner to clean up registry errors. No changes.Next, I went into the registry and deleted the UpperFilter values for the keyboard and mouse drivers. Code 32 was gone for HID keyboard driver and the HID mouse driver. But now the ps/2 keyboard driver and the synaptics smbus driver now had a code 10.After removing and reconnecting my wireless mouse's usb, I noticed that fixed drivers come and go with it, so I tried to find the drivers for the mouse to try a manual reinstall for my mouse. Couldn't find them, (Logitech's website was of no help).So I got Driver Booster to help me. The program said my PC had a lot of outdated drivers, so I decided to let the program update them all in hopes it would fix both the code 10 and let my mouse work again.And that's how the touchscreen stopped responding. Driver Booster had paused while downloading the driver for the Bluetooth as Windows Defenders stopped it. When I tried to allow the download, I notice my only method of interacting with my PC had failed.I force shut down the PC in hopes that the problem would be fixed. Didn't work.So now, I can... Read more

A:Laptop Keyboard, TouchPad, Touchscreen and Wireless Mouse do...

UPDATE:Okay, I found that there was a way to force the PC into recovery mode without any buttons.I took out the battery, forced a shut down, and unplugged the power cord when I turned it on. After replugging the power and powering up, it went into recovery.Touchscreen and keyboard worked in recovery mode, was too excited to test TouchPad and mice.Anyways, I'm resetting the PC now. Hopefully this fixes it all.I'm somewhat leary of doing updates, however. Reading around online, some had this issue for their keyboards and mice due to Windows 10 hybrid shutdown and fast startup. I'm going to try to turn that off, update everything, and hope that fixes everything.Will update status later.Hope anyone having similar issues find this useful.

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Ive tried to set up the mouse as the instructions advise but it just wont connect. There is no illumination on either the mouse or the dongle when the blue connect button is pushed or pushed and held in for 15 seconds.

A:X3000 Red Wireless mouse wont connect to any laptop

Hi, Please check the battery first Regards.

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I was just thinking this. Ive been using wireless laptop mice for my laptop for 6 months and sure its great not having to drag the cord around or it pulling your mouse down the desk. But its alot more work than a simple laptop mouse with say a retractable pull out cord. You have to worry about the batteries for one, and your mouse all of a sudden becomes 2 parts - the mouse itself and the USB receiver. Then you have to worry about interference and whether the mouse glides well enough on certain table tops when commuting with the laptop. I just got a mini laptop mouse with a charger and it came with it and AAA NiMH batteries, but im contemplating if its even worth the money, and maybe just go back to the standard wired mouse.

For laptop, a wired mouse, just untangle and plug in, simple as that. Wireless mouse, you have to plug in the USB dongle, turn the mouse on, put mouse pad under neath etc.

A:Is a wired mouse better suited for a laptop as opposed to wireless?

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As the title says, I'm on a brand new laptop (Yay Christmas) and I, just today, got a new HP wireless mouse. I've got it set up in the left hand configuration for Windows, but when I start up a game (Terraria, Minecraft, League of Legends, etc.) it switches to the right hand config. I've tried switching it back and forth, rebooting the mouse, etc., all to no avail. Any assistance would be amazing.

A:New laptop, new wireless mouse, small gaming problem

You may need to open the microsoft mouse thing in your start menu
untick the 'enable program-specific settings' box.

Then try running your games

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Laptop Optical Wireless Mouse - Fairly New

No probs But Highlight/Copy probs i.e most of the time when I try to copy/highlight, either half of the sentence gets copied or text gets messed up & I have to do undo, etc...

Any info/suggestion?

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Hi, first post. I can get the exact message in the popup, if requested. The USB piece has been confirmed to work on two other machines (Win. 7, Win. XP). I started looking this some ways back but then put it on the back-burner for maybe a couple years until recently. Here's what I remember trying since:
Removing and reinserting the laptop battery.Trying different ports.Restarting without USB piece, then plugging it in.Downloading drivers for the mouse, "Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000," which I couldn't do because only Win. 7 and Win. 8 were offered.Running some "Fixit" software by Microsoft.
This might've partly worked. It seemed to do nothing at first but I reinserted the piece after running the program and for the first time the computer seemed to install the software and the mouse was working... for a few minutes, then suddenly stopped.. lol? Since then I've reinserted it a few times, with it working one time. I ran Comodo antivirus in the middle of that... only possible variable I know of.

I tried a couple other things too but can't remember. Thanks in advance!

A:Laptop recognizes that wireless mouse USB piece is present, but won't work


Could you be more specific regarding the Make & Model of the laptop & also the mouse etc..

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Dear community, I'm using a Lenovo X1 Carbon 6gen laptop with Windows 10 and Lenovo X1 Wireless Touch Mouse is connected to the laptop by Bluetooth. The devices are paired well, Lenovo Mouse Suite is installed too. Unfortunately, I faced with the following problem: when the laptop is in the slipping mode, the mouse can wake up it, so if I just switch on/off the mouse, the laptop wakes up. I'm a bit paranoid the laptop can be waked up at a carrying book and can overheat itself. I've checked all devices in the device manager and see that the "Allow this device to wake the computer" button is always off and even disabled (in the gray). The amazing program "powercfg -devicequery wake_armed" returns only "Thunderbolt(TM) Controller - 15D2" (but the laptop is undocked, I have no Thunderbolt yet). When the laptop has been waked up by the mouse, the "powercfg -lastwake" returns "Wake History Count - 0" only. Do I right understand some Lenovo drivers overload the Windows device management functionality and takes control of the devices such as mouse, keyboard and so on and allow the device to wake up the laptop? If so, how can I disable this and protect my laptop from being occasionally waked up? Thank you a lot!Pavel.

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Hi there! I have a Labtec Wireless Desktop Keyboard/Mouse Combo. Now, I know it says "Desktop" in its name for a reason, but I'd like to use this combo for my laptop if it's possible. The combo comes with a 25 Ghz wireless receiver (2 PS/2 Port), a wireless keyboard, and a wireless mouse. I connected the wireless receiver to my desktop which is very close to my laptop. Then, I connected my mouse and keyboard with the receiver. On the receiver, there is a light called "Act". Whenever I press any key on keyboard or click my mouse, that light blinks so we know the combo is connected to the receiver;however, both keyboard or mouse don't work. I have Windows 7 on laptop and Windows XP on desktop if that helps

Also, my Desktop is very close to where I usually use my laptop so frequency range shouldn't be a problem (right?)

Is there additional steps to be taken next?

I know you can use PS/2 to USB wire, but is there any other way?

Thanks for reading and I will await your answers

A:Solved: Connecting Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Combo to laptop

In response to your report to have this thread closed; We don't close threads that are solved, however you can mark the thread solved yourself using Thread Tools located above the first post in the thread and if you wish to help others you may have the same problem, you can also post as to what the solution to the problem was.

FYI, the mouse and keyboard work with the computer or laptop that the receiver is connected too.

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Hey there! I have a problem with my PC, and it has been annoying me for the longest time, so I thought to myself, "Hey I think a PC reset will be good for my PC!" So I go on over, reset my pc completely, everything works fine, until I get into the part where it asks me for the keyboard layout, here on out my mouse and keyboard doesn't work and I can't go on. Also, I don't have a PS2 port. Any help, please?

A:Mouse and keyboard not compatible during PC reset

Are you using a USB mouse and keyboard set?

What kind of computer?

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Hi guys,

I have an hp 430 pro book with Windows 7. It comes with the ps/2 compatible touchpad. Couple of days ago when I was dragging some pictures the touch pad stopped working. I can still scroll and the right button works but I can't click with the touch pad and the left mouse button.

Tried uninstalling the hardware from device manager but it just reboots my computer twice and I don't think the mouse got uninstalled.

I've been told to update my drivers but I'm not sure whether my copy of windows is genuine.

Any advice is much appreciated

A:Ps/2 compatible mouse(touch pad) not working. Hp/430, win 7

I can move the mouse pointer as well.

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I have a Logitech compatible Optical Wheel mouse. I have the latest Mouseware from Logitech. The mouse is recognised and it allows me to set it up. I have a multiboot system 98se,2k,Xp etc. The mouse is set up the same in all.
Now the wheel works and allows me to scroll in 98se but not in 2k SP4 or XP SP1a
Does anyone have any ideas?

A:Logitech compatible mouse works 98 not 2k

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I recently purchased a Microsoft cordless keyboard and mouse which I am quite happy with.
I had to download stuff from the Microsoft website to get it up and running properly, but there were 2 download options. The first one I clicked was the PS2 compatible mouse, but this came back with an error report 'cannot install this' etc. So I tried the other option without a problem.

Ever since then my PC starts up with a Wizard installation hardware report ' cannot install PS2 compatible mouse' which wastes times and is annoying. I have searched everywhere I can think to find where I can remove this object, but since it did not install it is difficult to locate. I can only locate it under hardware installation, but this leaves me no option to delete and only offers to try to install whilst reminding me that this could damage my existing driver!!!

I do not want it. How can I make it and its annoying pop up reminder go away?

Please help.

A:How To Get Rid Of [email protected] Compatible Mouse Installation Hardware?

Try using the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility and look for any remnants of the errant installMark

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I'm having wrist pain and want to replace the wireless mouse that came with my desktop. I'm considering a trackball. What do I need to buy that is compatible with the AIO 510s?

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Recently I have tried to install my Intellimouse Optical USB and PS/2 Compatible mouse onto my dell computer(running with XP), replacing the Intellimouse 1.3A PS/2 Compatable mouse that came with the computer. I went into "Help and Support" and found the appropriate article to tell me how to remove mouse.

"IntelliMouse: The Mouse Pointer Moves Erratically or Does Not Respond with Windows XP (Q321122)"

After following the instructions I tried to install my optical and it still refused to work. One thing that I noticed is that some of the files that they told me to delete were'nt there in the first place. Would all the mouse need to be unpluged while i did this? I'm not sure if anyone could shed some light on what i did wrong with the info i'v given but any help would be greatly appreciated.


A:Can't intstall Intellimouse Optical USB and PS/2 Compatible mouse :(

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I just need to know if the USB cable in a Microsoft 5 button optical mouse ends in an internal plastic plug?

I have a Microsoft 5 button optical trackball with a broken wire than can't be repaired. When I looked online to buy a replacement, only then did I lean Microsoft stopped making/selling their optical trackball's (WTF?), so there are no replacement parts out there to be had. They are so rare now, even broken trackballs fetch a premium.

I opened it up to see if I could fix it, and the cable ends in a simple five-connector plug, so fixing my trackball couldn't be easier. If only I could find a replacement cable!

Microsoft still makes/sells their 5 button optical mice (but doesn't sell parts). If it uses the same cable, I figure I can buy a cheap one just for the cord and use it in my trackball.

Anyone out there ever open up their Microsoft 5 button optical mouse that can confirm for me if the cable just plugs in inside?

A:Microsoft Mouse and Trackball cables compatible?

Go ahead and try the cable... I hope the wire color codes are the same. I use a wireless Logitech. Maybe it's time for you to switch to a wireless mouse

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Hello Everyone! ,
My touchpad is not working and it's driving me crazy. I tried installing ELAN Driver from Acer Driver section and it didn't work. So I downloaded Synaptics driver, still no change! . I just realised that the PS/2 compatible disk is not working and it shows error (Picture Uploaded) .I tried Re-Installing and nothing happened. I have no idea how to fix this.

Please Help.

Laptop : Acer Aspire V3-571G
OS : Windows 8.1 64bit

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I've just upgraded both my computers to Windows 8. On the laptop it's great, but on the HTPC my input device is showing it's limits.

I have a Logitech k400, which i like because it's a one piece keyboard with built in trackpad. the problem is that the trackpad is crap. it doesn't support any multitouch scrolling is done in the firmware and is... erratic and imprecise.
The closest equivalment would be an apple keyboard and trackpad hooked together by this thing: Twelve South MagicWand - Apple Store (Canada)
Problem is, I don't think the drivers will support advanced features like edge swiping, like synaptics trackpads will once the new driver rolls out.

Is it possible to use synaptics drivers? because that would solve my problems.


A:Is the Apple Magic mouse compatible with synaptics drivers?

Hmm, interesting. When I get home, i will try to remember to borrow the magic mouse from my mac mini and test on my laptop.

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I got a wireless mouse Penguin Ambidextrous Vertical Mouse | Posturite. It is supposed to use generic windows 2.4 Ghz adapter. However, windows 7 is unable to find any drivers. The screenshot of device manager is appended. I tried various other ways e.g. take out other USB devices, reboot etc. I tried sfc /scannow . But the error persists. There is no usb.inf file in the C:\Windows . It works in Windows 8 machine but not in windows 7. other 2.4 Ghz mice work. The manufacturer says that they don't provide the drivers because the mouse uses generic drivers
Please advise what can be done.

A:2.4 Ghz wireless keyboard mouse driver not found (Penguin mouse)

Did you do a Search of the Windows Folder including subFolders and hidden Files? My Win7Ult has several such files but only 2 that are usb.inf only in subFolders of Windows, others have longer names but most appear to be associated with my AMD CPU/Gigabyte Motherboard setup.

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Hey all,

I just installed Windows 7 earlier today. The install went fine, until right near the end. I had to click 'next' to a question, which I had already done a few times, but this time the tab was not responding. I tried again and again, then finally just hovered over the tab and pressed enter on my keyboard which did the trick.

Now that the OS is up and running, everything is working fine but I just have one problem. My left mouse button is doubling up as a 'back' button. So if I am in a folder and want to double click a new folder, or even if I just left click on empty space, it will take me backwards one folder. A nightmare in internet explorer aswell.

For the time being Ive switched the two buttons around, so I have an action button, but no right click (on the left mouse button now) anymore.

Ive tried installing the original drivers, and in compatibility for Vista, but nothing seems to fix the problem. Anybody have any suggestions? Id be real grateful to hear them


Oh and the mouse is a Logitech LX7 wireless.


A:Logitech wireless mouse - crazy left mouse button

Have you tried the mouse on a different machine?

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I have a customer who swears up and down that 30% of the time during the day when he is working, the left click function of his mouse does not work. To make this even stranger, it only occurs in the upper right hand corner of the screen when trying to close applications or minimize.

I have not been able to reliably duplicate (although I have had it happen to me), but I do not sit in front of the computer all day either.

He has a Logitech wireless mouse (which I have updated the drivers for). We also tried new batteries.

At this time we are trying a standard corded Microsoft Mouse to see if that solves his issue. I will post back in a few days if that resolves the issue.

Has anyone else ever heard of this issue, have a solution?

I told him to drink after work, not before.... not sure if that will help or not .

Any input would be appreciated.



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I purchased an Asus ET2410IUTS-5 All-In-One PC. It came with a wireless full keyboard and mouse combo. The keyboard works fine but the mouse does nothing. All properties say both devices are installed and working properly but the mouse still does nothing. Model number on each device is as follows:
Keyboard - AK1L
Mouse - AM1L
Receiver - AR1L

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

A:Solved: Wireless keyboard/mouse combo; mouse not working

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I am still experiencing system freezes possibly triggered by mouse movement.

Still reading a lot here but asking for help.

New zip attached as Whiskey7a.... grr system froze while typing here (and moved mouse)

I have tried system repair sfc/scannow to no effect.... All drivers just checked,,,
Below type in italics is the original post....

Been experiencing some BSODs, mouse freezes and reboots. Reading lots here in the forum (thanks) and trying to understand what is happening and why. Read 'before posting in the BSOD forum' and hope I got it right?

I got a new MS wireless KB & mouse for Christmas and I can't be sure but I think problems started about then. I reverted to the old wired ones and problems still evident.

I really think I experienced a mouse freeze in safe mode.

New Samsung SSD a while ago and 64bit OS & will provide any info that may help.

I have been searching/reading to no good and looking for help please

I was reading about PC freezing up and discovered Event Viewer.. (screen attached)

In event viewer see lots of errors and warnings that I don't think are quite right and not at all sure if they are causing BSODs.WLAN Extensibility Module has failed to start.

Module Path: C:\Windows\system32\Rtlihvs.dll
Error Code: 126
I initially tried Malwarebyte and AVG software but no improvements.

I tried Driver Verifier and got a BSOD but don't seem to have a dmp file(?) so will continue reading here, and please let me know if you need other info.

A:BSOD, mouse freezes &reboots possibly after new MS wireless KB & mouse

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* Bugcheck Analysis *
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Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck 124, {0, fffffa800858c028, b2000040, 800}

Probably caused by : GenuineIntel

Followup: MachineOwner
Start by completely uninstalling AVG and replacing with MSE.

If system still BSOD's after change, then please follow this:
Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try

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Lately I have been having an annoying problem with my wireless mouse. For some reason the pointer will lag, and be very sluggish and jumpy. I've had this mouse on this computer for about a year and I've had no problem. Out of nowhere this problem is happening. I've tried re installing drivers with no luck. I tried uninstalling intellipoint and re-installing it, but when I tried I got the BSOD, and then it completely disabled my mouse and keyboard so I had to use wired peripherals to go in to safe mode and do a system restore. Now everything is working again, except my mouse is still jumpy.

Thanks for any help.

A:Annoying mouse lag - Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500

Erratic behaviour from wireless peripherals, especially keyboards and/or mice, particularly where they were working correctly before, generally points to a dying battery in the peripheral. Have you tried replacing it? If it is rechargeable, it may no longer be holding charge and will also need replacing.

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Re: wireless hp mouse H1D33AA: Mouse moves erratically, too fast or not at all / can't find pointer....I am running a Windows 8.1 system with an HP Envy hard drive (purchased approx. 6 months ago). Does anyone have any suggestions on how to correct movement of the mouse?

A:wireless hp mouse H1D33AA: Mouse moves erratically, too fas...

Hi @Shirles Welcome to the HP Support Forums, I hope you enjoy your experience! To help you get the most out of the HP Forums I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More. Isaw your post regarding the problem with the mouse and I will be happy to help. Here is a Microsoft document that will show you how to change the mouse settings. Under To change how the mouse pointer works are the steps to change the pointer speed. Let me know if that helps.

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I want to buy a new router, the dlink wireless N Broadband router dir-635. First question: is it possible that wireless is faster than cable because it says that the speed is 300mbps? Second question: is the wireless N router compatible with all wireless adapters? because we now have allready a lot of wireless stuff and it all works at the moment. but i should be stupid to buy a new router if nothing works on it. please help me

A:Are Wireless G and N compatible with each other?

Save yourself some money and headaches. Stick with the G series routers. The N standard has not been finalized yet, to my knowledge.

Besides, you know the speed they are touting is your internal LAN speed only.

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Recently I installed a Microsoft wireless mouse and it is working. But the wired mouse is now sporadic and at times freezes. I have unplugged the wireless mouse and rebooted several times. Even did a system restore.
Also an Excel spreadsheet stopped working with the wired mouse just freezing the screen completely. Even after rebooting, the Excel will open and eventually I will get a cross hair image. I have tried to update the driver on the wired mouse but it says I already have the most uptodate one. I am running Windows 10 64 bit. I scanned with Malware antimalware and it eliminated over 300 items. I am not sure what is going on.
I hope I don't have a virus. I have Norton 360 with my Comcast subscription but now I cannot even see it in my taskbar. I have tried to uninstall and reinstall but nothing happens in Control Panel when I try to uninstall.
I have a Dell XPS desktop. As I write the wired mouse is not functioning. If I unplug the mouse and put it back in the mouse port it works for a minute or so and then just dies. I don't even see the red light at the bottom of the mouse sometimes. I just unplugged the wired mouse and now it is working. So it is very odd behavior. I imagine by the time I post this the wired mouse will freeze again as has been the case. In the interim while I wait for a reply, I'll contact Comcast and see if they can help me with the Norton virus software issue.
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A:wired Mouse not working but wireless mouse is

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I'm just wondering if there are any differences between the two. I have integrated bluetooth on my laptop, so I won't need a dongle for it. I also know bluetooth is slower than wireless usb, but does this have any effect for a mouse?

In terms of performance and accuracy, are there any advantages or disadvantages to either format? Why are bluetooth mice seemingly much less popular with manufacturers?

Thanks a bunch.

A:Any difference between a wireless usb mouse or a bluetooth mouse?

Here's some advantages and disadvantages

Bluetooth you can expect 30 feet distance from the EEE. Wireless IR you can expect from 4 to 6 feet.

Easy to setup and configure
You plug Wireless in and it just works. With Bluetooth , you have to use the command line to set things up, and you have to script it or else every time you boot you'll have to give it all the commands.

The Bluetooth wins this one. The wireless keyboard and mouse use a USB port and do not give you anything else. The Bluetooth adapter uses the same port, but also lets you connect Bluetooth stereo headphones, your mobile phone, etc.

It really depends on what your needs are. If your living room is 12 feet and you want to hook your EEE up to your PC and surf from your lazyboy at the other end of the room, infrared won't do it. If you want the keyboard in front of the standard EEE screen and just want a better one, then the wireless IR is fine.

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I have been on what seems to be an endless quest searching for a wireless mouse that can compete with my wired usb optical compaq mouse from about 7 years ago to no avail. Is there just no wireless mouse that is as responsive as wired? It seriously effects my gaming. I have gone through about 7 Logitech mouses and a gaming one with four adjustable dpis and my compac from 2001 beats them all. Please help me cut the cord. Here are some pics of the champion. Also preferably looking for something full size like the one I have pictured no mini mice.
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A:Wireless mouse comparable to wired mouse.

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my wireless mouse isn't working after i plugged the receiver in an HP laptop. the keyboard is still working, only the mouse isn't working. hope you can help me, i'm so helpless right now. Thank you in advance.

PS. it is a wireless keyboard and mouse set

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