No no, I’m not trying to run both mice at the same time! Please provide a valid price range. Delivery Options see all. There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. USB plug and play. But you don’t have the Windows CD
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Delivery Options see all. It’s one of those OLD ones that has 2 screws when you plug it you know?? Have you tried deleting the mice in Safe Mode and rebooting? Skip to main content. Any Idea on how to fix this? More refinements More refinements Hope wided can help me I did what I thought I should do, but it wasn’t the right thing.
I did that and the results came back normal.
Please provide a valid price range. Remove the PS2 mouse, dynec the wireless mouse connected. For parts or not working. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content Offensive: Brought the mouse back to the store. It’s not that easy I found 3 entries for the mouse, I am not sure what the names were but I do remember names such as: In the files added part 3rd line they wrote 1.
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Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: I followed the instructions. You shouldn’t need the Windows CD. Very good preowned condition. Restart, letting Windows install the driver and hopefully solve the problem.
When the mouse mojse no problem, when everything was working fine, that is I click the left button and there’s a right light on my wall so it must be working, eh?? They said in the user’s guide that if the installation is successfull, I’ll see a mouse icon next to the clock. Dynex wireless optical mouse with USB adaptor. Clicky style buttob sound. Bjtton, I’ll try to explain again: National City Tote This one tip will help you sleep better tonight A few seconds are all you need to get a better night’s rest.
Is there a way I can ”save” my actions so I don’t have to do it again and again?? Thanks for taking the time to read this. NOW, everytime I shut the computer down, I have to do what you said: