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Mylaptop doesnt recognize the usb for my mouse

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January 26, 2013 11:37:35 PM

My laptop stopped recognizing my mouse no matter which USB port I use. What can I do?
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January 27, 2013 1:26:58 AM

Do the USB ports work with other devices?
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January 27, 2013 3:29:26 AM

Yes. My WD MyBook external drive is also connected to a USB port and does work all right. However, I just ried to unload some pictures from my Canon camera and the computer did not acknolege the camera (which should have appeared as an extra drive).
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January 27, 2013 7:00:56 AM

Try reinstalling the motherboard chipset support drivers.
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January 27, 2013 11:12:00 AM

try the mouse in ANOTHER machine...
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January 27, 2013 8:21:17 PM

I alredy did. There is nothing wrong with the mice. The problem is solved.
Incidentally, it actually fixed itself. All I did was disconnect all the wires from the laptop. Then, in fact, I turned it off and put it on the couch and went out. When I came back, I reconnected the portable dirve, speakers, mouse, etc. and finally I turned on the computer. This time the computer found the mouse.

However, my computer still cannot find my camera. The above fix did not work for my Canon digital camera. The computer does not see it. I had to download my pictures to a friend's computer, then load them to a SUN DISK minidrive, and plug that drive to one of the USB ports in my computer. Then I was able to download the pictures into my computer.

So now, my problem is, Why doesn't my computer find my Canon camera????
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January 27, 2013 8:40:31 PM

Robinson8907 said:
I alredy did. There is nothing wrong with the mice. The problem is solved.
Incidentally, it actually fixed itself. All I did was disconnect all the wires from the laptop. Then, in fact, I turned it off and put it on the couch and went out. When I came back, I reconnected the portable dirve, speakers, mouse, etc. and finally I turned on the computer. This time the computer found the mouse.

However, my computer still cannot find my camera. The above fix did not work for my Canon digital camera. The computer does not see it. I had to download my pictures to a friend's computer, then load them to a SUN DISK minidrive, and plug that drive to one of the USB ports in my computer. Then I was able to download the pictures into my computer.

So now, my problem is, Why doesn't my computer find my Canon camera????


Hi :) 

You DID install the Canon software and then turn ON the camera ?

All the best Brett :) 
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