I meant the keyboard , not the mouse. When I go to Device Manager navagating around using the keyboard The directions are here: I appreciate your help. Sorry this didn’t help. This thread is locked. If you expand either of these two sub-keys based on your Device Manager, you may be missing the HID sub-key entirely , you should see a number of entries that start with the characters Vid.
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How satisfied are you with this response? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. The directions are here: It should look like this although this is for a Logitech mouse: If you expand either of these two sub-keys based on your Device Manager, you may be missing the HID sub-key entirelyyou should see a number of entries that start with the characters Vid.
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Cursor stuck in center of the screen
I appreciate your help. I meant the keyboardnot the mouse.
I have access to 3 all appear to work on other computers. It is a usb mouse.
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Sorry this didn’t help. These are “vendor identification” for the various devices connected to your computer. It is a usb optical mouse. When you reboot, Windows should detect the hardware and re-install everything.
How satisfied are you with this reply? That might — or might not — fix the problem of your system not recognizing the mouse when it’s connected.
I have the same question OK, so I have downloaded the driverboost. All of a sudden, the cursor on my son’s pc is stuck in the kenwington of the screen.
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If you want to look at the registry yourself, start by running regedit and navigating to. I’m not sure what you mean with respect to “Driverboost.
You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. LemP Replied on October 8, If you can’t respond because you don’t have a mouse or keyboardnothing gets reinstalled. Thanks for marking this as the answer. This thread is locked. Did this solve your problem?
What is the make and model of your mouse? When I go to Device Manager navagating around using the keyboard There’s no “scan now” button.
So the one I am trying to use with the problem computer is a Kensington optical mouse, model K In reply to sfm64’s post on October 7, You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. If you click on the sub-key under the Vid for Kensington, you “should” see details related to your mouse.