Logitech wireless keyboard mouse and microsoft wireless
Can you have a logitech wireless mouse and a MS Wireless comfort keyboard coexist on the same computer running Win 7 home? With the two usb dongles separated or whatever, they are called? I should add that this computer had a mouse wireless Ms Souris and the keyboard are the 5000 models.
I haven't used a MS Mouse so can't be 100% sure. However, I see no reason why it shouldn't, because you can use several devices on USB port. I would just go ahead & try!
I'm at a total loss on the way to the same approach to this situation. After spending about 10-14 days with various iterations of "The Answer Desk", (hereinafter referred to as the T.A.D.) which include planning a recall, which are often late - sometimes by hours. or sitting on hold and wait until you have increased in the province of Quebec, or the chat option - I'd become fond of cat when I had a keyboard, I could use, but quickly learned to hate using my cell phone to push my words, rather type them. In any case, after having crossed more level 1 and level 2, including many supervisors at two levels, I took notice of the last tech level 2 Guy I talked to and called the store of Microsoft (weapon with a case of referral number, or whatever the correct language is for this). I found 2 Microsoft Stores in Los Angeles, CA - 12,000.000 people and 2 stores with nearby competent technical support staff. I scheduled a visit and was told to put my HP 500-281, i3 processor running at 3.4 GHz, 4 GB of Washington. and a 1 TB hard drive (what they & I called my C drive (although, technically, it's more like C: / / or?).)
Level 2-ADP technology (which had prevailed of my variously attributed, by the countless service customer and/or technical support agents, both case # s and codes authorization) told me thatto take it to a Microsoft Store, I would be able seized technicians who pourraient & would send me home the same day with a machine works, based on my various numbers of cases assigned to me in T.A. I took the tour (by taxi Lyft in all situations which follows) at The Microsoft Store in Century City, CA.
For those who ignore it the physical dimensions involved here - each trip using a provider of low cost me less than $25.00 each way (from Pasadena to the West away from Los Angeles). I don't drive, and with the weight and the vulnerability of my HP Tower resulting, it was the only way available to me which has not yet put the computer at risk. I arrived and spent about 45 minutes before I got help. The young woman, Cassi, asked the help of another agent, while trying to start my machine. Long story short - I was told that I have to leave the computer for the more experienced technicians analyze. I was so exhausted at that moment that I took another taxi home, although my practice since 2000 has been to use public transport, walk or BIKE only for my needs.
I was, naturally, concerned about their progress. I work as a shipper of health and building helps entrepreneurs foresight of the restoration and had been lagging dangerously in the accomplishment of these tasks. Some clients have become so angry that a legal action has been mentioned. During the 4 days that my ride was in the Microsoft store, I spoke with 2 technicians that they worked on my machine. They told me that I would get their notes on the way in which the diagnosis was made. I have even voluntarily undertook the task of installation of 'hundreds' of updates because I was afraid that if I left it until the they could move to install updates a lot, a lot, I couldn't hear the store several days more.
Everyone dealing with these attempts at assistance seems almost unconsciously act as if time is not of the essence, but rather that your computer isn't the central role and critical that do a lot of our computers. They are almost jaded when suggesting that I have simply bring the machine on L.A. 20 miles so that I can place again blind trust in their attempts already several times to resolve the problems, but also their inability to follow through with notes promised to deliver or demonstrations more rudimentary to convince a customer that he or she is winning a functional computer.
When I got the computer home, I found that, I could just get insofar as the standard desktop Windows 7, but my mouse and my keyboard seems to be recognized by the Windows 7 operating system. The mouse don't not move the cursor that was sitting just in the center of the screen and the keyboard would make only the main directional functions if I had entered the Boot Manager (F9) or the parameters B.I.O.S. (F10) to start-up before the BONE begins to start. I tried 4 mouse 3 wireless and wired with receptors resets attempts plugged into the USB ports on 1. I also tried a cable and 2 wireless keyboards, spent an hour 1/2 with Logitech technical support without result.
I'm teetering at the edge of financial ruin while monitoring the female for the insurance company above that now all services purchases made prior to the date of the merger, cunning claimed that, even if she had understood what I said pretty much everything the my time invested far more time and money I had to contribute to the effort, she could not or would not allow any level of cash so that I can return to save what's left of my ability to earn a living. I also started songwriting as he is more naturally evolved with my love of the guitar for 47 years, my hundreds of sets of words which are located in personal folders on the computer I can't access.
One of you truly talented I.T. people who contribute to these forums you will suggest in any way that I could have the computer to respond to my mouse and my keyboard. You people are the best and I look forward to hearing your thoughts. D. Lyle
: Marielle case - I would like to express my sincere and heartfelt gratitude for your response to my call for help. It is your interest to my fate who told me going in this awful circumstances. I got 2 notice of permanent failure to broadcast my answers you Google, and so I'm not at all sure of you knowing that I received your thoughts and that he continued to try to save me by using your ideas as a springboard to areas not only loomed in my limited vision of the possible parameters of the problem at hand. Specifically, your mention of the ports currently assigned to a device with a USB connection led by reminder of something I read said that the port used for the 1st time, we use a device that is new to the computer, can get a relatively permanent status as the only port that this device can then use unless you actively change this assignment. Made me continue at any position on a Windows 7/loss of any theme of functionality of the research material. As I was delighted to learn from the past, the forums came in BIG TIME! A post spoke after losing both mouse and keyboard functionality after you successfully reset to the factory settings. The person added that he would have found that devices plugged in USB 3.0 entries on his relatively new machine did not work at all when they had recently performed very well. He tried to connect the elements in one of the entries USB 2.0 at the back of his tour and it was the key - they immediately resumed their functionality. I have imitated this difficulty and was immediately very glad I did. I am currently undertaking the somewhat daunting task to accomplish the many updates to the OS 7. I almost forgot the comforting, veiled darkening I did experience the Office of MS, MS, HP store response, and finally, Assurion response, the insurance company who subscribed the Office Depot warranty protection programs that refused to consider even an answer to my dilemma except to the insist that they send me a box and a label for the shipping of my livelihood who knows where. It has been 7 days and counting and I have yet to even see a UPS truck, let alone one with the element which, once received, starts a ticking of the clock to keep their response time of within 5 days. With no packing material, there will be no reception of any element that would measure their response completely lacking in-same-, a heartbeat at my struggle to keep my livelihood. The lesson I'll take it away from this experience is that he is not a corporate entity multinational US who notices even if all life disappeared - as long as our devices robotic that remained would accept conscientiously their "droppings of concern" as evidenced by their cyclical billing continuous and/or automated calls to solicit 'our' biz repeat. I am convinced that our only chance, as a species, to confuse our way to a better future for all that follow is to cooperate with everything that surrounds us - be all of flora and wildlife or the air we breathe, or H2O which maintains the life here in this sweet spot him all that we call Earth. Thanks for your help and your efforts to maintain these wonderful forums.
I started to clear some files in the main C: files then the touchpad did not find the (ordrivers of controllers) and I used a usb mouse. But now this does not work since the only time where that I turned off the computer and then when I turned it on it has stopped working also. Even if I have to do something more professional, I would like the answers. Also CD rom does not work a long time ago. Help, please
Let me welcome you on the HP forums!
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you are in a really difficult situation that's going to be almost impossible to fix.
First, there are the ways, if you have the Windows installation media, to repair missing system files - but you probably don't have that, and even if you did, your optical drive would have to work in order to be able to read the media.
Second, you may want to restore your PC to its original state using HP recovery media, but there are two problems with this: (1) HP stores not more to your PC and your optical drive would need to work in order to use it (2) is a set of a DVD and a CD.
To restore your PC to the operating status, you'll need to be able to start using Windows disc media. One way that COULD work is if you use an external DVD/CD drive plugged into a port USB - but for this to work, your PC must be bootable (1) and (2) be able to boot from USB. IF these two are not true, then you can not restore it - the way it is.
Here are a few troubleshooting steps when your PC won't start - you can try them and see if everything works: computer won't start (Windows 7, Vista, XP) | HP® customer support
Maybe something in this package of measures will work.
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My computer crashes randomly (usually by moving the mouse) and Microsoft, NVIDIA tried everything to fix it with no luck. Anyone having this problem? I have an Alienware Area 51 with two video cards in SLI 8800 and 4 GB of RAM.
The display freezes randomly. The Windows desktop, on the Web pages and during the games. This problem started when I had Vista and I have improved the thought that the BONE was the problem. It is not the case. I added 2 GB of the thought of RAM I need more to no luck. I have now deleted 1 graphics card and the problem persists. I deleted all software except the OS and the problem persists. When you start Windows in safe mode, that the computer does not freeze.
You are either having a video card driver problem or a ram memory stick problem. I suggest that you check your ram and the settings in the BIOS. Use security settings BIOS for the ram as the auto setting. The Intels i7 have a little problem sometimes with more than one ram Strip and having the highest speed at stake. Check this and get back with me. I have a simple philosophy: just assume everyone is a piece of c.r.a.p. and then be pleasantly surprised if you find someone who is not.
I have a combo of Microsoft wireless keyboard/mouse and the mouse went bad. The mouse went bad and I replaced the mouse of this combo with a standalone Microsoft wireless mouse. The stand-alone mouse and the keyboard/mouse combo are both connected via USB. From the start and a few other times randomly, my mouse goes haywire. I open the Device Manager and see that there are 2 "mouse HID-compliant" items listed (I presume because of two separate USB connections) - I right click and uninstall one of them (or the other, it's not serious) and the problem is solved. Unfortunately, at startup or at other times, the same problem happens again, and I solve it the same way. Short of buying a new keyboard, is there a way to fix this permanentaly?
I don't think that you need to plug the new mouse, it should work on the original sensor.
I have a laptop from another manufacturer with a stack of Toshiba v4.00.31 BT.
I tried to pair it with a Logitech diNovo keyboard, media and the mouse pad.
Question 1: could not connect all three at the same time (can only do 2)
Question 2: when the laptop hibernates / goes on stand by, I can't reconnect to the keyboard and mouse - I have to remove and repair
Any ideas would be appreciated
The Bluetooth stack seems to be old. Try to update first to make sure that all the features (especially power save) of your new hardware Bluetooth (mouse) are supported.
After several attempts, using the two P/s2 USB keyboard & mouse and keyboard & mouse I can't use my keyboard or mouse when log in to XPThanks Charles
· Were there recent changes made on the computer before the show?
We recommend to use a different mouse and keyboard, then check the result. If the problem persists, try the following steps.
I suggest to boot into the BIOS and check if keyboard and mouse are getting detected.
Warning of the BIOS:
BIOS change / semiconductor (CMOS) to complementary metal oxide settings can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the configuration of the BIOS/CMOS settings can be solved. Changes to settings are at your own risk.
I suggest to start in safe mode and check if you are facing a similar question.
Try to complete the restore of the system in safe mode and check if it helps.
How to restore Windows XP to a previous state
Also try to uninstall the mouse and keyboard from Device Manager drivers, restart the computer and let Windows install the drivers.
How to manage devices in Windows XP
Also try to run the Microsoft Fixit from following link:
Hardware devices do not work or are not detected in Windows
My T430s is hooked up with a monitor and a keyboard/mouse (Logitech LX710) wireless.
I put the laptop itself under my desk since I did not take it with me that often.
Now, when I hit the sleep button on my keyboard, the computer goes to sleep, as expected.
-There is no way (it seems) that I am able to wake up.
I am running Windows 7 (x 64).
I tried different USB ports (to make sure I use a motor) for Logitech wireless USB adapter.
In the BIOS Setup, I checked to see if the USB ports can wake the computer from sleep mode.
In the devices tab Manager keyboard (and mouse), power management, I enabled "allow this device to wake the computer". I did the same thing for the "Human Interface devices".
"Update driver software" for the keyboard and the mouse says I have the latest drivers to install.
In power controls of Lenovo, under Advanced settings, USB settings, I tried the USB selective suspend allowed many people with reduced mobility. They are disabled for the moment. Under global settings of power, I enabled 'always on USB"and"even when the computer is turned off.
Then... I'm slowly running out of options. So for now, I can leave the computer at any time (it's what I do, with an occasional reboot - that seems not so respectful), or I can crawl under my desk in the morning, take the laptop on the little stool that I put there, make attention to diet, USB and cables monitor and external hard drives, open the laptop , press the power button, close it again and carefully put it back. What is bulky.
So... what someone has ideas on how to fix this and leave my wireless keyboard to wake the portable computer?
(Oh.. and of course buy a wired keyboard is an option, but not one I prefer...)
I only have the mouse, but I have a T430s and a Microsoft wireless mouse to wake it. I always use the blue (USB3) port on the left side for all functions related to the startup, because I learned that the always active port (on the back) is started later in the process of turning the power on. Use the right-click button to wake it up, which is the function that was originally defined as one to this end, even though I believe that this movement of the mouse as she wakes up on a wired mouse.
Mouse and keyboard Microsoft Wireless Comfort 5050 will work with my MAC
With due respect, look at the configuration required for the keyboard and the mouse and see if your iMac has the bare. You can find this information by clicking on https://www.microsoft.com/accessories/en-us/products/keyboards/wireless-comfort-Bureau-5050/pp4-00001 #specsColumns - testCarousel
My guess is Yes, but you were not specific about which iMac you have so I can't say for sure.
When I scroll upward or down with the mouse, the result is delayed by a second or two. Otherwise, works well.
1. you have made no changes to the computer before the broadcast took place?
2. what operating is installed on the computer?
3. What is the number of the model of the mouse and keyboard?
Try the steps from the following links:
The problems with the mouse button or scroll the parameters
Troubleshoot the incidents of the response to the mouse or wireless keyboard
If the steps above fail, then I suggest you to update the mouse drivers by selecting the model number of the mouse from the following link:
I have a problem with the mouse, because the battery led indicator does not work and why I never know when I have a low battery level and this problem also occurs in the keyboard, I use batteries no rechargeable ones, but also tested with rechargeable, and when I put new batteries green light led displays , but then the led turns off and doesn´t work once again, even if it should indicate low battery, I installed the latest drivers for the keyboard and mouse and I Don t know what may cause this situation, I, apreciate your help.
Please contact the Microsoft Community.
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I recently bought a new computer with Windows 7 installed and much to my dismay found my Microsoft Wireless Comfort Keyboard 4000 and Wireless Laser Mouse 5000 are not compatible with Windows 7. If no fix that means I have to start avery good keyboard and mouse I used comfortable for a long time.
When you try to load from the disk, the message informed me that it was not compatible and use the automated system to find a fix has not produced an answer. My keyboard and mouse are in great shape and it is not necessary for me to replace it with a new one from a material point of view.
The drivers for both devices on the drive that you are probably older versions, you should be able to download the latest drivers for Windows 7 in the pages below, you will need to choose which version of Windows 7, you are running, that is, 32-bit or 64-bit.
Wireless comfort keyboard
Wireless Laser Mouse 5000
If the above is not your exact devices check for them on the next page:
Microsoft Hardware downloads
installed windows 8 after install to customize exactly the point of putting up wireless mouse and keyboard no longer works has had to use keyboard.to and wired mouse usb finish install. Still does not work after restarting.
I'm sorry to know that the keyboard and Microsoft mouse do not work on the Windows 8 operating system. But we can fix that later article, which gives a few steps on how to solve the problem of mouse and wireless keyboard.
Please click on the following link and follow the steps. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/838398. This article applies only to the hardware devices that are mentioned in the properties. Please make sure that your keyboard and wireless mouse is referred to as properties.
Hope this should solve the problem. If you still have the same issue, just reply to us and we can help you better.
Original title: Microsoft Mouse and keyboard Center does not recognize my Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000'
My Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000 works fine but when I click on it in the devices section and printers on Panel, Microsoft Mouse and keyboard Center does not recognize. It displays the text "No Device detected". Here is a screenshot of what I see:
Thanks for the reply. It is regrettable that uninstall the existing mouse device manager drivers did not help to solve the problem.
I suggest that you go to the program and features under programs installed and check if there are any associated with IntelliPoint software or any software application related to the mouse installed. In the affirmative, please go ahead and uninstall them and then try to install the driver software IntelliPoint 8.2 in compatibility mode as stated in my previous post dated 22 December 2014. See the following link on how to uninstall program:
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Original title: Microsoft Wireless Multimedia Keyboard & Mouse 1. 0a
Our offices are using Microsoft Wireless Keyboard & Mouse multimedia 1. 0a. It works very well until recently, when a person entering a room the other rooms will pick up what is typed by the other person. I've tried re-sync alll the device but no luck. Any suggestions?
Thanks for posting on the Microsoft Answers forum. What is the approximate distance from the PC which is picking up a false signal? The range for this device should be about 6 feet.
If you have the latest drivers for your device, then download and install the latest from here: http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/downloads/default.mspx once you have the latest version of the installed software I would suggest turning all off the PC. Then sync them one at a time all are off the other pc.
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