Solved My 3d Optical Mouse Be Unable To Make The Pointer Move

March 14, 2012 at 13:50:40
Specs: Windows 7 ultimate 32-bit(6.1,build 7601) service pack 1, Intel (R) Atom(TM) CPU N280 @ 1.66GHz (2 CPUs),~1.3GHz. 1024MB RAM
My laptop has a part nearly keyboard that can use to make the pointer move if I touch it by finger
but I prefer 3d optical mouse because It make me more comfortable and easier to use the laptop.
The 3d optical mouse has the letter "bmax" which printed on the mouse, made by China.I do not
know the name of the mouse manufacturer, also do not know their address (the site). The "bmax" has USB connect to my laptop usb port. After several months , the "bmax" be useless because it be unable to make the pointer move. Windows fail to recognize the device &
Troubleshoot also fail to fix this problem. Recovery also fail to solve. I have no any disk to install
the driver. When I buy the "bmax", not include the disk. So, where must I search the settlement link? Do you think that the best settlement is buy a new 3d optical mouse ? If this the answer,how
can prevent the problem happen again? Prevent the drive missing et cetera. Thank you very much for all user who help me give the answers and settlement links

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#1
March 16, 2012 at 04:55:35
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If the mouse is not being recognised then it's almost certainly broken - Windows will use its own drivers for a standard mouse that's why you didn't get a disk. You can try it in another machine if you have access to one, just to be sure, otherwise buy a new one, they are fairly cheap.

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#2
March 16, 2012 at 13:34:27
The usb device not recognized.One of the usb devices attached to my laptop has malfunctioned and windows does not recognize it. Like your opinion, I think it is almost certainly broken and the best settlement is buy a new one if it still problem after try it in another machine. Thank you for your advice.

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