my mouse is not working her the particular problem is my left click is not working so i have switched my switch buttobs please help me to fix the problem
I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.
I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/download.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)
Do you have a laptop? Is this a mousepad problem?
Try an external mouse - see if both buttons work.
hi there, my mouse jumps around the screen, and upon restart neither my mouse or my keyboard would work without unplugging them and re-plugging them in...also i have alot of suspicious processes running that wont turn off and my internet is very jumpy and pages take along time to load...below is my HJT log...thanks for looking
Hello there thank you for taking the time to help me i really appreciate it..
below is my HJT log file, i also have an active scan log file which found a trojan i believe...any help would be greatly appreciated...thanks!
Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 4:10:12 PM, on 10/19/2008
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16608)
Boot mode: Normal
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After about 1 minute the mouse scroll and keyboard stop working until I left click mouse. Tool bar on browser also greys out but comes back after left click. Video and sound also are choppy. Not sure if this is related. Flash keeps crashing. Any ideas whats wrong? Windows 7 pro. Asus desktop. This occurs on Firefox, Chrome and IE. This seemed to start after Microsoft update and Flash updates
First run Antivirus, Malware, and Spyware scans. Remove anything the programs find.
Note: if you need some suggestions on which tools to use, let me know.
Afterwards, test functionally of mouse and keyboard.
If no change, run System Restore, choose a Restore point before the issue started.
Again test behavior of mouse and keyboard.
If the issue has been resolved, go ahead and reinstall windows Updates.
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!
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Hi, sorry, not very good at this sort of thing, but any help would be greatly appreciated.
1) Thursday night - mouse was working. Sunday evening, mouse is not working.
2) In the device manager it tells me I have two HID-compliant mouse drivers, location: "On USB Input Device" - I only have one USB input for my mouse. I tried disabling one of the drivers to see if it was a conflict problem. No luck.
Any ideas? The mouse is a "Wireless Optical Mouse M/N:SM-502C"
Thanks for reading
If you Goggle / bing / yahoo this info you gave........what........do you get ??
The mouse is a "Wireless Optical Mouse M/N:SM-502C"Click to expand...
I got this
The connection has timed out
The server at www.smallworld-us.com is taking too long to respond.
The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few moments.
If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer's network connection.
If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make sure that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.
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Hello, i happened to have a problem lately with mouse and mouse pointer. Yesterday i was playing a game and my pc suddenly started freezing and laging. So i hard reset him after that i boot into windows 8 and my mouse wasnt working at all. And pointer was no were to be seen either. Today i tried restoring pc but that dont help me. In bios and in advance startup options mouse is working. So i assume its in the windows. My specs are:
intel core i5-3570k 3.8ghz
16 gb ram
Western digital 1TB HDD
nvidia geforce gtx 650 1GB
fsp 750W PSU
I tried everything except reinstalling windows (OS was installed week ago).
I have heard of stability issues on those Gigabyte motherboards where people are having those problems with their mice.
Is your BIOS up to date? maybe it will contain an update on the website for the BIOS that improves system stability.
Is this a PS2 Mouse, or a USB mouse. If a USB, disconnect and then reconnect. If its a USB mouse that is wireless, make sure the battery is good, and if you have another computer, do a test.
Also try to boot from your Windows Installation Media and see if your mouse shows there, could give it a try.
If freezing and lagging during gaming, then could be possible overheating. Do you have a program installed like HWmonitor checking your CPU and GPU thermals. Make sure they aren't getting to hot.
If problem continues to persist. I would start troubleshooting. If you have another computer. or spare hard disk that is SATA, try installing windows on that, and try to duplicate the issue, if it comes back, rule out the hard drive.
Next would be either the GPU, RAM, or Motherboard. You would have to stress test the GPU by using Furmark, or similar program, like MSI Kombuster. If GPU stress test passes, move on to Memory.
while computer is powered down, and PSU off or unplugged. remove and reseat the memory modules, making sure they are fully seated, Do memory diagnostics with memtestx86 or something similar, and do a few passes, If memory check passes, Its more than likely there is a problem with the motherboard.
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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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The mouse started to stray and stopped working in the middle of doing something, i.e. eBay, typing word and etc. which is very annoying and first of all, I lose all of the work done due to stopping of the mouse.
However, the mouse started working as if nothing wrong, once I restarted by 'force' restart ..... pushing the button in the middle of the PC. Otherwise, the PC is all fine and working OK.
I did apply Malwarebytes to combat the issue, however the issue does not resolve.
Any help on this would be truoly appreciated.
Did you try a different mouse? If you still have the same problem with a new mouse, see if there are any drivers for the mouse from it's manufacturers web site.
Also try a Clean Boot, if that works, then add one startup item at a time till the mouse acts weird again, then you know that is the problematic program.
I'm using my laptop in a desktop mode. but some days when i start up the computer the mouse is on (Sees the red optical light.)
But the cursor dont move when i move the mouse. when i drag the cable out and in again the ligh wont turn on. i change usb port and it works. 1-3 days later the same thing happends and i change to the previous one.
And if i put anything else in the port that stops working it wont recognize. its like it temporarely dies.
Is this becouse of the ports is 3.0 and the mouse is 2.0?
Have 3 usb ports, 1: Keyboard 2-3, Mouse.
Mouse: Logitech Gaming mouse g400.
I sort of have nearly them same problem only on my work pc. It seems to me if you leave it in for about 5 minutes it starts to work again See if leaving it in works.Read other 9 answers
i have a problem with my mouse cursor.... when it is performing something it become busy... right.. and sometimes the mouse cursor will rotate... or the working in background.... it doesnt rotate anymore.. i mean the windows aero scheme.. i am using a windows 7 os... i dnt know what is the problem,.. i alreay have the tuneup utilities 2010.. still no progree.. plls help me resolve my problem
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Before this round of trouble I discovered a problem with one of my graphics cards when they were in SLI with Blue screens and other nasty little things occuring when running Windows; I removed my secondary graphics card from the system to see if I could get a more stable OS, which I did.
I decided to test to see if the other graphics card running on it's own would lead to a stable system, however I was getting zeros on the VGA BIOS bootup screen and other problems before I even reached Windows Vista.
I did sucessfully boot into Vista and enter my password (using the keyboard) and move the mouse around, however once I had logged into my profile Vista began asking me if I wanted to install the drivers for the keyboard and mouse, I selected to update from the Internet and when Vista did not find any drivers for either device it disabled them.
Eventually I got both the keyboard and mouse functioning again by reinstalling Intellipoint pro and the Logitech setpoint.
While using the second graphics card I noted some distortions such as zeros appearing on the VGA BIOS screen during boot up, so I decided to switch out the graphics cards again, again this caused Vista to forget about my keyboard and mouse, I am however able to get onto Vista a combination of a cheap usb mouse I had laying around and the Vista on screen keyboard.
The fix I used previously (reinstalling of Intellipoint and Setpoint) has not works,I have also attempted to manually install the drivers through dev... Read more
This is very frustrating and I am at my wits end. I have tried 5 different wireless mice and two wireless keyboards with nearly no success.
HP Wireless mouse. Returned to store.
Logitech mk320 mouse/keyboard combo
Logitech m325 (two different ones)
iHome Mouse (works best actually)
Logitech v220 wireless mouse (very old)
Microsoft wireless mouse and keyboard 1000
With all of the mice I experience issues where the pointer disappears or seems stuck on elements on the screen, for example, the pointer seems to get stuck on the edges of windows. Pointer motion is erratic at best. With the mk320 and m325 mice the pointer does not stay in one place long enough along with the windows scroll up or down a line or two which leaves me with the pointing device version of "whack-a-mole" attempting to click on something. The v220 is a very old mouse and while it works is resolution is fairly low.
With the microsoft mouse it sometimes stops working and needs to be reset. The keyboard does the same and needs batteries removed and replaced. Sometimes that doesnt work and I need to reboot.
With the keyboard on the mk320 combo some keys don't work consistently and sometimes no keys work. Cycling power fixes the no keys issues, moving the keyboard away from the computer fixes the keys that don't work consistently otherwise.
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Hi jenny4, welcome ...
You obviously sound like you're no newbie to computers so forgive me for asking this but have you checked for Malware lately?
Needless to say, the fact that some mice work better than others is strange.
I just recently reinstalled Windows XP on my computer, my USB keyboard is working fine, but my mouse is not working, I tried it in all the USB ports for it and I am getting no response, I am getting a curser on screen but no movement nor am I able to click.
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I?ve got a Vista computer running service pack 2
Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU [email protected]
RAM 4.00 GB
32 bit operating system
Quite often the mouse stops working. It?s not the mouse itself that it is the problem as the same mouse works on other computers okay. It also makes no difference if it?s a wireless mouse, a USB mouse or a serial mouse.
Restarting the computer doesn?t fix the mouse problem. However if I turn off the computer unplug all connections, (mouse, monitor, speakers etc) reconnect them all again, turn back on the computer the mouse will work for another day or two.
What I?ve done is take it to a computer repair place who replaced the power supply; I?ve since taken it back to the same computer repair shop when the replacing of the power supply hasn?t worked. However they seem incapable of fixing this problem, because of course once they connect a mouse, monitor etc the mouse starts to work again.
If I look on "Human Interface Devices" on that computer it only shows one device. It says that a Microsoft USB wheel mouse is working correctly, but the mouse in question on that computer is actually a serial mouse. None of the USB ports etc are showing up (?)
Anyone have any suggestions? (My computer knowledge is complete beginner) Maybe this is a hardware problem and perhaps I shouldn't be here...if so please forgive me and be kind
i just did a fresh install of windows 7 in my hp laptop,i had windows 8 but i dont like it,and i have no mouse pad or external mouse weorking so im not sure how to fix this.but the mouse pad works in safe mode.
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Not really sure what genre this problem should be on. However i have recently purchased a Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Li2727 notebook. Working fine when i got it but i decided to use a usb mouse instead of touchpad now the touchpad has stopped working entirely even when usb mouse id plugged out. i really want to resolve the problem. i have already gone onto control panal, mouse but the touchpad does not come up as a device. Any help appriciated thanks.
Welcome to the forums.
Been a while since I had a laptop, but I seem to remember there being a setting on what to do with the touchpad when the mouse is plugged in. Unfortunately I don't remember where and have no way of finding it.
Have you tried rebooting with the mouse unplugged?
Sorry I can't be of more help. The manual for the laptop ought to have that info in it somewhere.
I can load into BF 3 fine but when I get into the game, the mouse buttons won't work, I can move the cursor but not select any of the options, kits, etc.
Anyone else had this problem? I've only had it since upgrading to Windows 8 and adding another monitor.
Welcome to the forums, maybe this fix from Seven forums may help you
BF3 Mouse Fix
Everytime I turn on my computer a window pops up saying:
Windows did not detect a mouse attached your computer. You can safely attach a serial mouse to your computer now. To attach a mouse to a PS/2 mouse port, youmust first turn the computer off.
And then it says OKAY. This never used to happen before. This mouse is a new mouse so nothing could be wrong with it. I tried unplugging and plugging but still nothing happened. Please help me as soon as possible.
Have you tried a different mouse? Any new electronic equipment can fail shortly after you buy it. I had a new scanner fail on the 4th scan.
I have a Dell Vostro 200 running Windows XP. I bought a new keyboard and mouse but when it loads up the keyboard and mouse don't work. I tried connecting it to the internet so it could obtain the drivers automatically but that didn't work. I then tried to start in safe mode they still didn't work. I checked the BIOS and the USB was enabled. I ran Hiren's boot CD and both the mouse and keyboard work on the Hiren's mini XP OS. I'm stumped can anyone help me please.
I tried both rebooting to last know good config and restoring to an earlier config, neither worked. I am now downloading an XP ISO to try and use it to repair the OS on the PC.
ok so i'm using a laptop mousepad and i've been experiencing a lot of problems:
first my left click stop working so i figured it was a hardware problem, i switched the mouse settings so that i could use the right click instead however i'm still having problems where it won't click...i notice that this most happens in firefox so i figured the issue is not really hardware....Also if it stops responding and i go to task manager when i get out of task manager it starts responding again until i select a different firefox tab then it goes all to hell again.....
Have you tried reinstalling FireFox? Because if it's only happening with that program then perhaps there's either a bug that hasn't been addressed or a file could be damaged.
Have you also tried other Explorers? (Internet Explorer, so on.) And do you have the same problem with them?
I have a USB mouse that is strangly not working in my system, I tried booting into linux and windows PE and it works in both of those, it also works in any other computer I plug it into. The mouse shows up in devmgmt as HID-compliant mouse. Also something strange happens every minute or so after the mouse is plugged in the device disconnected sound plays.
View attachment JORDAN-PC.txt
Have you tried it in different USB ports on the system? The problem is more likely the system (somewhere) as the mouse works fine in other machines.
I recently performed a repair of windows xp on my desktop pc, i cannot now get my usb plug and play mouse to work, the usb ports are working fine, when i plug the mouse in it gives a noise so that it is reconizing it.
The mouse also works fine when i plug it into my laptop, i would appreciate any help
Boot into Setup (Bios) go to Peripherals or some such. Look for Legacy USB or USB Mouse or some such and if it is disabled, Enable it. Save and Exit.
Go to Start/Run (Windows key + R) and type devmgmt.msc and press enter. In the Device Manager any devices with yellow flags need to have drivers installed.
What is the Make and Model# of your computer? On an internet computer, Go to the manufacturers support/download drivers and type in your make and model# or your service tag # and download the Chipset driver (USB Support) and any other drivers you need in the Device Manager. If not this computer, save them to a USB Flash Drive and transfer them over to the troubled computer.
You can also go to the mouse manufacturers support/download drivers site and download any drivers for you mouse.
When I use the right mouse all that happens is a circle going around and around. It take a long time before the right mouse works. Sometimes it never works. What can I so?
Try booting into safemode and check if right click works
I have windows 8, and the mouse pointer doesnt move after the windows boots up.. But it works after i disconnect it and replug it.. Pls help.. It so annoying
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Dear support I have a Probook 430 G3 from spring 2016 with Windows 10 installed. After login in the mouse-pad stops working and I cannot enter the apps or use them. I wonder if I have pressed something wrong at a certain time - re-starting does not help. kind regards, HenrikRead other answers
I have Windows XP Home SP2 on an HP Pavilion desktop. My web searching skills are improving, but sometimes I just can't seem to find what I am looking for. My problem: Once or twice a month, after bringing my PC out of standby, the mouse has stopped working. (Logitech MX1000 wireless laser mouse.) I've tried re-installing, updating drivers, etc.; nothing has worked. The only solution I have found is to press the Windows key on the keyboard and navigate my way to a re-boot using the arrow keys. That works, but I am wondering if I could just find a way to shut down and re-start the mouse program only (KEM.exe, I believe), if that would work. If it did, it would surely be much faster than re-booting the entire PC. In fact, I happen to have a Microsoft keyboard with several shortcut keys that I do not use. It would be really neat if it were possible to program a couple of these to stop and start the mouse program. Could even just one key be set up to stop AND restart the mouse program? These are all just thoughts; my first goal is to find out if re-starting the mouse program can be done at all using only the keyboard. Thank you to all who take the time to reply.
One of the things I liked about Windows 3.11 (eek!) was the keyboard commands. Microsoft has wisely kept keyboard commands, and even added a few.
You could try this. I'm not familiar with your mouse so I'm not sure it'll work, but it'll allow you to close the program and then manualy activate it.
Press <CTRL><ALT><DEL> to bring up the Windows Task Manager (or, alternatively, <CRTL><SHIFT><ESC>)
Use the <TAB> and arrow keys to go to the "Processes" tab.
Use the <TAB> and arrow keys to highlight the KEM.exe process.
Press Delete to end the process and then <ENTER> to confirm.
Press <ALT><F4> to close the Task Manager.
Press the <Windows key><E> (the letter "e", that is) to open Windows Explorer.
Use the <TAB> and arrows keys to navigate to the KEM.exe program file (you may want to make a shortcut in an easily accessible location) and press <ENTER> to start it.
Let us know!
Hi yesterday the mouse took a funny turn and stopped moving completely I attached 4 different ones in turn but not one of them worked I tried unpluging and pluging them in whilst the pc was on and also closed the pc down and booted up again still none of them worked one of them was an optical mouse which lit up but wouldnt move.
I found a mouse which had a usb connection and that one works ok.
Can anyone tell me why the mouse port isn't working?
I'am using xp pro AMD Athlon XP 2200+ 1.81 GHz 512 MB
Could be as simple as a fault in the female receiving plug. I had a similar problem and managed to identify it by gently applying pressure twisting the plug back and forth making the mouse work briefly.
My mouse randomly freezes for short instants of time, then works again. I use a corded Logitech MX518 mouse through a USB port in WinXP. When it happens, the cursor freezes, the red light from underneath the mouse stops, and windows makes the usual "a USB device has been unplugged/plugged-in" sound. The frequency of the freezing is much higher when I play CounterStrike. If the mouse is left alone, it does not appear to ever freeze.
Rebooting seems to midly alleviate the problem, but very temporarily. I've tried other USB ports to no avail and I have a 420 watt power supply. When I use the PS2 adapter, the frequency of the freezing is considerably lower, but if it does go out with a PS2 I'm pretty much screwed as Windows will not re-detect my mouse. I use default drivers, not Logitechs, but I did have this same problem ages ago with my Microsoft IntellMouse 3.0. If anyone has a similar problem, please mention it and the things you tried, successful or not. Thanks for you help.
Take it easy,
Think I found my problem. When looking through my system information, I found the following device conflicts. Ironically enough, one exists with the USB + video card. Can someone tell me how to fix this?
I/O Port 0x00000000-0x00000CF7 PCI bus
I/O Port 0x00000000-0x00000CF7 Direct memory access controller
I/O Port 0x000003C0-0x000003DF Intel(R) 82875P Processor to AGP Controller - 2579
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There is a setting in BIOS setup to assign an IRQ for VGA (under pnp). You can disable it if you like.
I just got a new laptop and unable to activate the mouosepad. I have tried double tapping in the left corner of the mouse pad and the light does not come on or anything. I have gone onto the settings and it says everything is working properly. I have also shut down the laptop and the same thing...no working mouse pad. I am using a wireless mouse at the moment but I need this mousepad to work like ASAP. Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated. thank you.Read other answers
- Neither my USB mouse (G5 gaming laser mouse) or my PS/2 mouse (old 'TINY' mouse) works.
- I have checked every USB port but the USB mouse won't work (no power is getting to it either - no lights), other peripherals (my joystick for example) still works and so does my printer.
- The PS/2 mouse is not being picked up either.
- The cursor is on the screen.
- Neither of the mice are on device manager when plugged in.
- Keyboard works fine.
- PS/2 port is on in BIOS
- No recent harware or software aditions
- Maybe one cause: computer was accidently turned off at the plug whilst in use
Currently running Kaspersky scan
It could be corrupted hard drive files from the accidental power off, a bad power supply or a bad/damaged bios in the motherboard
Here's the challenge.. Tried both a PS2 mouse and a USB mouse. Neither work. Have done a system restore back to date when was working. This then gets the mouse working. When I open internet explorer. The mouse disappears again. System restore - back again. Have done a deep scan with NOD32 for bugs. Nothing found. How do I stop the mouse becoming deceased every time I open I.E. ?? (Windows XP) Have checked drivers - all appear O.K. when the mouse is there..
Problem has gone after countless reboots - mouse just appeared and now works fine. Computers.!!!!!
My Mom has a Compaq evo n600c laptop with windows xp. The mouse has quit working. It is not usb It is a touch pad. I had her reboot, I even told her how to shut down and start up in safemode, still does not work. I do not know what to do. Also for some reason her recycle ben Icon on her desktop is highlighted and she says a message keeps popping up that she has 3 programs running. Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.
Please my mouse on my computer is not working.what can i do to restore that
Hi there @festus1985, May the Forums be with you! I am happy to give you a hand with this. Please post the full product number and operating system in use on your computer. See the following, if you need help with that information. HP Desktop PCs - How Do I Find My Model Number, Serial Number or Product Number? HP PCs - How to Find the Windows Edition and Version on Your Computer Assuming for now a desktop computer and Windows 10, you can try following HP PCs - Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Troubleshooting Please let me know whether that works for you, and if it does resolve your issue, please mark this post as a solution. Kudos would also be appreciated.Read other 1 answers
I can start up computer in windows xp but than my mouse does not work i have tried to hit f10 to reboot but computer goes into safe mode and i cant change settings . I have switched both key board and mouse but it still does not work. I have a compaq presario
sr1320nx i would like to get into system recovery but with out a mouse i am stuck
any suggestions thanks
My mouse on my hp envy touchsmart m6 sleekbook quit working. I tried restarting and still nothing. It was working and I logged out and when I came back it wasn't working. This laptop is less than a month old.
RLBurget, Welcome to the HP Forum. Take a look at this guide:Fix Touchpad / ClickPad Note: The Hard Reset procedure described in the file is used on notebooks - you posted in the Desktops section and your system description denotes a notebook. If you do have the notebook described, then the Hard Reset may do the trick. Read over the file and then decide on your course of action based on what you may have already tried to fix the issue. Click the Kudos Star!It is a nice way to say ?Thank You? for the help.Although I strive to reflect HP's best practices, I do not work for HP.Read other 2 answers
Hey, IM KimCaii cant do anything without my Mouse. ive 3 USB PORTS On my Laptop ( 2 on left & 1 on right)my Mouse tottaly not working on Left & Right Port. what the hell.. with this Lenovo..Thres Picture of My mouse driver.--------------------------------------------------------------------I've Tried to uninstall Mouse Driver , Enter SAfe Mode, Plug on diffrent port. with result of no luck--------------------------------------------------------------------i try on another laptop, that my mouse still working without problem. ive no idea with this thing, Hope your Help . Thanks
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I've searched the forums and found some similar situations but none of the possible solutions worked for me.
My problem is that my usb mouse is correctly recognized by W7 x64 (no exclamation points in device manager) but it refuses to work, the mouse arrow doesn't moves...
The curious is that the first time I booted into W7, the mouse worked but in the next boots I had to "Deactivate" and "Activate" the mouse in the device manager.
I've already uninstalled/reinstalled the mouse and connected it to the other USB ports (wich I'm sure that works because I can connect pen drives that work flawlessly).
An additional note might be that this same mouse works fine under Vista (is there a way to use Vista generic drivers in W7?)
AMD Phenom II X4 945 3.0GHz
ATI Radeon 4890 1Gb DDR5
Mouse: Trust Wireless Laser Mouse MI-7500X
Thank you in advance!
BUMP... Still unsolved!
Please ppl, someone post some thoughts/ideas to solve my problem... I can't understand why a simple usb mouse doesn't work with the W7 drivers... Is there such thing as incompatible mice with W7?
I have a hp slimeline 5600 3ghz amd 3gb ram 500+gb hd with windows 7 x64 and cannot get any usb mouse to operate and i have tried 3 different ones and they work on other machines. the usb keyboard works fine so i have to navigate with the keyboard. i checked in device manager and the mouse is listed with an exclamation point and when i look at the description there it says something like "error code 19 the informatiion in the registry keys is missing or corrupted". i tried to do a restore but that didnot work. i am under the immpression usb is not included in system restore backups. please help, almost sounds like a reinstall issue. thanks in advance. also the mouse works in repair mode and when i out in any kind of live cd/dvd (did not make any changes with live cd/dvd)
Are the other machines where the mouse works running 32 bit Windows?
Have you tried a different USB port?
My mouse suddenly stopped to work after I restarted my computer. I turned my computer off to clean the dust in it and then I replugged everything back. Everything seems to work perfectly. But after 5 seconds my mouse stopped moving and it's stuck. I tried to plug it in a different USB and it detect and it work for another 5 seconds then it stops. I tried everything I could. I am on Windows XP by the way.
Here is my spec:
Motherboard: Asus P5ND2-SLI
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 HT 3.0 Ghz
RAM: 4GB Samsung DDR2 667Mhz
I have a Logitech mouse but I don't know the model. It's plugged to a G15 Keyboard USB.
To allow temporary control with a mouse, I suggest to plug in either the USB mouse into a PS2 adapter type plug, or just use a regular old style PS2 type mouse, and then re-boot, and the system should detect it. Then you can go into the Device Manager to check on the driver for your Logitech USB mouse and keyboard, which may need to be updated or re-installed. Also there are some settings in the BIOS to enable USB.
First time poster -- I've gotten my share of problems resolved by reading what others have posted, so I thought I would give it a shot.
I'm trying to get an old Dell up and running for my 4 year old niece to use for her games. It boots up fine, but neither the mouse nor the keyboard will work. I have tried multiple mice/keyboards that I have here, but none of them will work. I have read some suggestions to go here or go there, but with my not being able to select a User Account I can't get to Start or anywhere else. Any suggestions??
Thanks for your help.
Hi and welcome to BC.
Is this a Laptop or desktop?? If it's a laptop you can always use the touhpad. According on how you described the situation, it seems that you are using a desktop that has no touchpad. Can you tell me what kind of mouse and keyboard you are using?
As part of trying to install a new joystick on my computer I was adviced to remove all entries under HID Devices in Device Manager.
This led to my mouse, which was one of those entries, to stop working.
When I plug it in Windows will try to install a correct driver, but does not succeed.
I wonder if You could help me fix this somehow, as it is rather time consuming to use the computer, especially the internet, with only a keyboard.
I got into the Device Manager through Start->Run->devmgmt.msc, and the mouse is listed under HID Devices as "Optical USB Mouse", with the telltale yellow exclamation mark next to it. Its status is "This device is not configured correctly (Code 1)., and it shows no driver under the driver tab.
Thank You very much,
i have not been able to delete the ps2 from reloading, could this be conflicting with a new mouse driver (intellimouse elplorer wireless) newest driver installed, does not work...uninstalled then reinstalll. several things tried...still loading the ps/2 mouse. I am using a laptop, touch pad works fine...wireless mouse not moving, lights on etc. said driver is sinstalled correctly, removed and when reboot loads the ps/2 again?
not sure what to do next, restored. tec. tried may things, might ahve mad it worse, but touch pad works,
The Microsoft Explorer mouse (the Blue Track version) is not an Intellimouse. Make sure you select the Explorer mouse when you install the software (or change it in the settings and reboot). Neither mouse uses PS/2. Both are USB mice. If there is a conflict, it's with your USB and PS/2. It has nothing to do with the mouse.
Try uninstalling the software and just use the mouse. Windows 98 and up already fully support the mouse and don't need the additional software.
My mousepad does not have the orange light on and it doesnt work at all. A wirless and wired mouse works however the pad does not work with or without them connected. Could it be shut off somewhere that I'm not seeing? Any help is appreciated thanks!
Hello, please ensure you create a system restore point on the notebook and backup complete data.http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03327545 please set bios to defaults on notebook keep tapping ESC as you switch on the notebook once you get startup menu press f10 - do not save and exit - NO then press F9 - set bios defaults - yes- f10 - save and exit IF doenst work please update touchpad and bios from HP website http://support.hp.com/us-en
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Hi. I have a Acer Aspire E17 with a precision touchpad. The touchpad works, but I prefer the mouse. Sometimes when I am using the mouse I hear a strange sound then it stops working. It only lasts for about 10 seconds then the sound returns and the mouse works again. Can anyone pinpoint what the issue is. should I contact Acer? Any assistance will be helpful. Thank you. deanie44
how is the mouse connected, USB, bluetooth, wireless receiver? if it's USB, try a different port,
what is the sound? is it the windows chime when it recognizes a new device is plugged in?