RE: USB Mouse Microsoft
You should not need to calibrate the mouse, apart from those normal settings
that you find in the mouse section of Control Panel. The only additional
information would be to know whether Device Manager shows the mouse operating
properly (in the Properties).
The only other comment I can make would be to say try connecting the mouse
to a different port, if you have one. If you have a PS/2 port, you could try
and USB to PS/2 port adapter to determine whether that does the job, if all
else fails. Review the Microsoft troubleshooting guide for further
> i have a laptop runing windows vista with a touch pad; i wanted to connect
> additionally a mouse from microsoft; the mous is running at my desktop pc
> with XP perfectly fine; so the mouse should not be defect; but i can t find
> any set menue, where i can change anything or calibrate this mouse.
> what else informatin would be useful.
> thank u a lot
> "freddy" wrote:
> > FABian,
> > It's hard to say what the problem is because not all the facts are known
> > about your situation. Even so, review the following Microsoft
> > troubleshooting guide to determine whether anything contained therein applies
> > to your problem:
> > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/223256
> > In addition, have you reviewed the Mouse section in Control Panel? Have you
> > had the opportunity to try the mouse on another computer? Are you using a
> > mouse pad? In the final analysis, if the problem can't be identified, the
> > mouse could be defective.
> > --
> > freddy
> > "FAbian" wrote:
> > > I m using vista and bought a microsoft optical mouse 500 (usb mouse) and it
> > > doesn t work properly; the cursor keeps jumping around on the desktop; it
> > > does react but not the was it shoud do, and not controlable;
> > >
> > > how can i over come this? do u have any experience of this problem?
> > >
> > > mfg fabian