Thanks. How slow or fast a mouse's scroll wheel is plays a vital role in a device's performance. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply LadyK8, Apr 14, 2011 LadyK8 thread starter macrumors member Joined: Mar 9, 2011 #6 I did everything you ARe the batteries good? this content
A microsoft mouse worked for 2 days on the same mac. If you are using a compatible wired USB mouse, it should begin to work as soon as you plug it in to an open USB port on your computer. Up next How to fix a wireless keyboard that wont sync - Duration: 10:04. ClickIt149 10,358 views 1:53 Apple Wireless Mouse and Keyboard not Connecting?
thanks 0 dioioib 4 4 Years Ago You need a developer account to download. Did you try to go to System Preferences and add it there, using the + sign at the bottom (maybe your computer uninstalled and forgot it)? If it does, that key is functioning correctly. Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000 Not Working Last Modified: May 13, 2016 Helpful?
That is the only other idea I could give you if you know the mouse works, your have the correct driver installed, reset your PRAM and NVRAM, repaired permissions and still Microsoft Wireless Mouse Not Working I figured out it started getting detected, when I removed the power supply to my latptop and let it just run on batter power. Also don't think we act rude, we just want to know stuff so we can help you. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Lord Appleseed, Apr 14, 2011 Lord Appleseed macrumors 6502a Joined: Nov 7, 2010 Location: Apple Manor #13 LadyK8
Version 8.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated. Wireless Keyboard Not Working But Mouse Is Kind of a vague request without some specifics?? Trouble shooting iworks better when we know some things about what we are dealing with. I apologize for all of the confusion.
but let's move one thing at a time 0 dioioib 4 4 Years Ago Here you go, no membership is required. additional hints Usually macs just 'plug and play' most of the devices, and it shouldn't have any issues with a mouse. Microsoft Wireless Keyboard Not Working Stay logged in Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 2000 Not Working Here is the problem.
When you turn these devices on, they will appear as Connected in the Bluetooth section of System Preferences. news MiketheBook 138 posts since May 2008 Community Member RAID 1 SSD vs HDD Last Post 3 Months Ago Installing Debian 8 in an SSD RAID1 envorionment fails at grub install, yet Additional Product Support Information Start a Discussion in Apple Support Communities Ask other users about this article Wait... Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 800 Not Working
http://www.prolific.com.tw/eng/downloads.asp?id=31 It's a general prolific driver. do this only when you plug in your mouse and see if you can change the settings to allow your mouse to move. Next time, install Microsoft Mouse with 1-clickLearn how MacUpdate Desktop can install apps on MacUpdate with the simple click of the icon. http://vicnot.net/microsoft-wireless/microsoft-wireless-mouse-700-v2-0-not-working.html A wired mouse such as Comfort Mouse 4500 is compatible with OS X systems.
Thanks, i appreciate it. 0 emanuelcds 4 Years Ago Hello, I'm having the same problem using Mac OS X Lion 10.7.3. Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 800 Not Working But Mouse Is HP Computing Support 49,107 views 6:28 video of keyboard not working - Duration: 3:33. below are the last lines of the log - below.
Is there power? You weren't senior in your first steps either. I figured you might need to be registered with prolific so I tried but they're not accepting new members. Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 2000 Manual Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading...
Try using a different surface to see if the tracking improves. I would expect that to only affect the Bluetooth system. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply squeakr, Apr 14, 2011 squeakr macrumors 68000 Joined: Apr 22, 2010 #12 Your welcome and I am glad check my blog It might take a minute or two for your computer to recognize a device plugged into a USB port.