USB Mouse Issue

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I am doing an important assignment in Windows 10 when suddenly my USB mouse stopped working. I am trying many times to scroll my mouse but it does not respond. Because of which I failed to complete my assignment. Then how do I fix my USB mouse?

Answered By 0 points N/A #319132

USB Mouse Issue


If your operating system faces the problem with your wireless mouse like mouse pointer moves electronically, the mouse pointer does not respond to your gesture, mouse stop working after some period of use, the mouse is not detected by Microsoft Windows

Then you can fix such issue by following the steps given below:

First, you press on your keyboard the Windows key and x and the same time, then click Device Manager. After that, you expand Mice and other pointing devices, right-click your wireless mouse and click update drivers software.

Then you click browse any computer for driver software, let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer and earn tick the box for show compatible hardware then you select one of the devices listed .click next to continue. Then you restart your computer for the change to take effect.

When you restart, go through the same process again, when you reach the following window, tick the box for show compatible hardware. Then select the right click driver for you, click the next to continue. And at last when the install finishes update your wireless mouse driver via device manager then you restart your computer. And finally, you find that your issue is solved.

Answered By 588030 points N/A #321232

USB Mouse Issue


A USB mouse should work perfectly on any computer regardless of the operating system. It doesn’t require installing a driver because it works automatically with the generic driver included in Microsoft Windows. If your USB mouse stops working, the immediate remedy is to transfer the cable to another USB port. At the back of a standard CPU, there are four (4) USB ports normally.

In front of the CPU, there are two (2) or more additional USB ports that you can use. Try transferring your mouse’ cable to all these ports, if necessary, to troubleshoot your connection. If this doesn’t work, try connecting the mouse to another computer and see if it works there. If the problem continues, try replacing the mouse with a new one.

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