On the Driver tab, use the Tab key to select the Uninstall Device button, then press Enter. Press the right arrow key to expand the devices under Universal Serial Bus controllers.
Connect the mouse to the serial port on the back of the computer. If you have more than one serial port on the computer, we recommend connecting the mouse to the first port.
If your USB mouse is disabled you will not be able to use that mouse. You will need to open Device Manager and check is USB mouse enabled or disabled. If your USB mouse is disabled, you will need to enable it.
Try replacing the batteries of the wireless mouse and also check that you have put in the compatible batteries too. Fast startup option seems to be significant reason for the wireless mouse not working on your system. You could try disabling it and thus check again whether the problem retains or not.
It is very important to have your forearm in a horizontal position. The optimal arm angle may be achieved by raising your chair or using an underdesk keyboard tray to lower the mouse. If pointer movement is unreliable, use an extension cable to position the receiver farther away from other USB plugs or devices. Instead of booting with the Win7 DVD, use a Win8.x DVD and see if the keyboard/mouse works. If the keyboard and mouse still doesn’t work even on Windows 8.x setup, then it’s likely something dodgy is up with your motherboard.
The second test will include testing your mouse on another machine, or you-you test another mouse on your current machine where the mouse is not working properly. If the mouse is not working on another machine, you will need to purchase another one.
- Apart from the desire to emulate a wheel on the MarbleMouse, there is NO need to run SetPoint – everything else about the device works as expected under Win7.
- If SetPoint 4.72 is the answer, well….let’s just say when I went with the retail on Win 7 I had planned to upgrade as well as buy a WebCam.
- Also, the inability to emulate a middle-mouse or wheel-button click is frustrating as hell.
- Hate to say it, but the M$ wireless products are looking better every time I scroll.
- I will most definitely rethink Logitech at that point.
- The Logitech 3.02 Software for Windows Vista x64 DOES work for Windows 7 RTM x64 and all of the controls of the keyboard work just fine.
Driver Restore will conduct a thorough scan of hard disk driver your PC/laptop for any problematic drivers. Go to the official website of Logitech and look for the particular model of your Logitech wireless mouse. The mouse should be tested on a different USB port. Probably one of the easiest and hassle-free things you can do when your Logitech Wireless mouse has stopped working. The best part of this method is that it always works.
Problem 1: Installing Windows 7
Smart Installer– Faster setup time, installation starts while components are downloading. Internet connection required during installation. If you’re having trouble with the Smart Installer, try downloading the Full Installer package. Smart Installer – Faster setup time, installation starts while components are downloading.
How do I get my VGA to work?
From the computer’s “Control Panel,” click “Hardware and Sound” and then “Connect to an External Display.” Select the VGA monitor from the “Display” drop-down menu and click “OK” to switch to the VGA monitor.
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michellelieske and JAMcKee – Thank you so much for posting this solution! Uninstalling the KB update and rebooting fixed my Acer Spin 5 SP513 laptop.