Code 43: Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems
A device driver notified the operating system that the device failed.
For more information about how to diagnose the problem, see the hardware documentation.
If you get the message only when the wireless receiver / transmitter for the mouse is plugged in......
See the second paragraph in Response 1 - the wireless receiver / transmitter for the mouse must be plugged into a USB port it can work properly with.
- wireless mice always use batteries - are you sure they're still okay ? Have you changed them since you got the mouse? You probably should have. They don't last forever.
- wireless mice often have a tiny switch on them - you switch it off when you aren't using the mouse to conserve battery life - if yours has one, is it switched on ?
- when you have unplugged the wireless receiver / transmitter, the next time you plug it in you may need to press a switch on the mouse or do something to activate the wireless mouse.
See the installation instructions.
- unlikely - you may need to un-install the drivers / software for the wireless mouse, install it again. In many cases you do not plug in the wireless receiver / transmitter for the mouse until the software has been installed. See the installation instructions.
- you may not be able to move the mouse cursor after you have un-installed the software for the wireless mouse then installed it again, when you boot the first time, until the desktop has fully loaded and Windows installs the drivers for the mouse. If you need to Logon while booting, use the Tab key to toggle which thing on the screen is active (highlighted or dots around it) press Enter, or type the password, press Enter - you may need to use cursor keys as well.