For a wired or wireless mouse, unplug the USB cable, or plug and reconnect it to correct the problem. Unfreeze a laptop mouse by enabling the touchpad. To do this, you will use the Fn key and the Touchpad key. More »

In the absence of a reset button, power cycling the mouse or removing the USB dongle from the computer can help to reset a wireless mouse. Some mice even have programs through which users can reset the mouse via the comp... More »

To install a wireless mouse on Microsoft Windows, place the provided USB receiver in an empty USB port on your computer and then turn on the mouse. Your computer should automatically install any necessary software and co... More »

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To connect a wireless mouse, begin by inserting the mouse's adapter into a USB port or insert the included CD if available. Both the adapter or CD upload the correct drivers onto your computer, enabling you to use the de... More »

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There are several reasons why a computer mouse doesn't work, including a bad USB port, a hardware conflict or a frozen computer. Try ruling these things out first as they are the most common causes of a mouse not working... More »

To restore your Toshiba computer to its original factory settings, shut down the computer from the Windows Start menu, and disconnect all external devices such as the mouse, keyboard, and USB hubs. Connect the computer t... More »

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To send photos from your camera to your computer, you need a USB cable that is compatible with the camera. Connect the camera to your computer using the USB cable, turn on the camera, and set the camera to the appropriat... More »

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