How do I fix my USB mouse?

Try these steps, organized in order of most-common and easiest to most intensive.

  1. Inspect the mouse for hardware damage.
  2. Clean the mouse.
  3. Replace the batteries.
  4. Try a different USB port.
  5. Connect the mouse directly to the USB port.
  6. Use the mouse on an appropriate surface.
  7. Update the driver.

How do I connect my mouse to my trust?

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  1. Press 3 seconds on all 3 buttons (left, middle, right) to start the pairing process. Note: in some cases it may be necessary to only press middle and right.
  2. Go to the Bluetooth section on the device you are connecting the mouse to, and select (Trust) Bluetooth Mouse.

Why is my trust wireless mouse not working?

Wireless troubleshooting Replace the batteries. Move the Trust wireless device closer to your computer. Connect the Trust wireless receiver to another USB port, closer to your Trust wireless device. Connect receiver to a front side USB port or an USB Hub (e.g. one of the Trust USB Hubs) which is on your desk.

How do I fix a mouse that doesn’t work?

How to Fix Windows 10 Mouse and Keyboard Not Working Issues Method 1: Reboot the PC Method 2: Check the USB or PS2 Ports Method 3: Test the Mouse and Keyboard Method 4: Run Malware Scan to Fix Mouse and Keyboard Not Working Issues Method 5: Repair Drivers Resulting in the Mouse and Keyboard Not Working Issues Method 6: Restore the System

Why is my wireless mouse not working properly?

The reasons why your wireless mouse might not be working is because it has a low battery, it isn’t connected to the right port, the USB drivers are not properly installed, or the surface on which you are using the mouse is not optimized for the mouse.

Why is my mouse not working well?

If the mouse is not working at all, there can be several reasons to it, such as a loose connection or any issue with the device drivers. First, check the obvious causes that you think would make the mouse dysfunctional, one of which is a loose connection at the PS/2 or USB port.

How do you troubleshoot a wireless mouse?

Troubleshoot a wireless mouse in Windows Check the mouse Reboot your computer Check the USB dongle Change the surface Check drivers Change the battery Try the mouse on a different computer