November 10th, 2006 01:13 PM
One of the mantras of engineers:
Originally Posted by virus24*7
If an item is new, it could still be broken.
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November 13th, 2006 06:40 AM
While this is probably true and should not be discoutend as with all the other advice given here, check in your hardware device manager if this device is not being recognised as a usb generic hardware storage device. i had the same issue yesterday with an optical usb mouse that worked at boot up on my lappie and then all of a sudden stopped, working, after a reboot, should everything as A ok. On re-installation it wanted to install itself as a storage device. downloaded a new driver for the mouse and voila .... my 2 cents....
Originally Posted by steve.milner
HO$H Pagamisa. Pro Amour Ludi....
November 13th, 2006 08:02 AM
Ok Stop whipping a Dead Horse:
It has already been mentioned.. the prime clue is THE FAULT APPEARED ON ANOTHER PC... If it isnt working reliably on another PC then it is a almost 100% certain FSKED.. regardless how new it may be..
This is an new mouse, optical mouse connected to PS/2 port. I have tried to change all the kind of mouse pads with different coating but no satisfied result. I have also tried by connecting the same mouse on different machine but same thing its not working.
The is a possability of probs on your PC, But you havent answered the Question does another (a known good working unit) mouse work reliably on your PC? Yes? well stop wasting your time ..DOA (Dead On Arrival) the Mouse before your ability to DOA it pass.. If the known good mouse has issues.. then you have 2 problems.. dont you?
Last edited by Und3ertak3r; November 13th, 2006 at 08:04 AM.
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