usb mouse detected but not working

September 27, 2009 at 14:47:59
Specs: Windows XP, 1 gb

Hello everybody!
I am tryng since 8 days to make my mouse works in XP pro.My mouse work on another computer.i have 3 usb mouse which are detected but not working.the usb port work with a flashdrive.
Also my mouses work fine in knoppix or tiny XP live.
Problem did start with a code10 for a ps/2 mouse that i don't have.I did disable ps/2 mouse in bios.But same prolem.
Did uninstalled all usb in device manager but same problem.
All mouse connected will be detected but not working.
I installed the intel chipset update but no luck.
Is control 0 in device manager for a mouse is normal ?
Anybody have anyidea?
And i always have the best drivers windows will tell me.
My windows was reinstalled 2 years ago and with no issues.
All update with sp3 xp pro,
All drivers done.
Thanks for your help

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September 27, 2009 at 14:58:07

I have no yello mark in my device manager since a disable the ps/2 mouse in the bios.

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September 27, 2009 at 15:24:37

State the make and model of your brand name system, or if it is a generic system, the make and model of the desktop mboard.
The specific brand name system model is usually on a label on the outside of the case somewhere, or it can be determined by going to the brand name's web site.
The model of the mboard in a generic system is usually printed in obvious larger characters on the surface of the mboard, often between the card slots.

When did they first stop working?
After you installed a card in a slot on the mboard?
After you installed another USB device?

USB devices may not work correctly when they're connected to certain USB ports, e.g. ports in a hub or on the front of a desktop case. However, they should work in the same port the USB flash drive works in.
Or, if this is a desktop computer, you may have an IRQ problem you need to fix - if you do, you will need to reload the USB stack after you have fixed the problem.
See response 3 in this:

External drives require a lot of power, and they won't work properly in all possible USB ports you can plug them into.
If you plug one into a hub, it could be nothing else plugged into the same hub will work properly when it's plugged in.
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September 28, 2009 at 03:33:12

My computer is a built up computer with Asus p4p800s-x motherboard & 3.2 ghz cpu with 1 gb ram.
mouse stop after reboot when computer had no reboot for 3-4 days and had some windows updates-usb hard drive exchange-some registry change .I normally sleep my computer and only reboot every 4 -5 days.
Usb stack was done 3 times with no succes.
My 3.3 volt is about 2.9 volt is it too low.?
My Antec,true power trio,430 watts power supply is only 2 years old.
the 5 volt and 12 volt are very close to it.but that 3.3 volt is more away.Above 5% and close to 10%.?
Could that create the "mouse" problem?
Everithing else is working fine.

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September 28, 2009 at 03:38:04

Oh! bye the way!
i just removed a pci 2 usb ports,a pci fan which was not working,and a pci cable card which a was not using,My fan on my ati 9600 is not working since 16 months.I just reduce my agp to 4x from 8x and disable fast speed.
may help but still no mouse.\

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October 1, 2009 at 06:24:37

Gething nowhere.
I search for that problem but no good solution yet!
I am close to a format.
I can not believe i will have to format only for a mouse not working!

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October 4, 2009 at 23:15:06

I finaly gaveup.i reinstall xp sp3 over the old one so i could keep both.Multiboot.And the mouse works fine in the new install windoes.But not if i boot the other window xp.So i could check out sometime for a solution.
Thanks to everybody.

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December 3, 2009 at 04:29:32

See the "Mice and other pointing devices" category in Device Manager.
Select update driver on "HID-compliant device"
Find the "Don't search.." option and select HID-compliant mouse.

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December 3, 2009 at 05:46:16

I sounds like your computer was configuring more than ONE USB mouse. While it is possible to use more than one mouse I don't believe that you can have TWO USB mice installed at once. The solution is to remove all instances of USB mice and reboot. Then connect a USB mouse.

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