HP PAVILLION DV5 mouse problem?
The touchpad, right? I am actually on a DV5 myself, and I think I know exactly what your problem is. It's most likely one of two things: 1. The Touch-Pad drivers are corrupted/installed incorrectly. HP should have the drivers (the software that allows the mouse-pad to function properly) available for download on their website. Just use google if you have any problems finding it. 2. This answer is probably not going to help you, but it's a problem for me if I am not careful. The touch-pad for the mouse is very similar to the rest of the laptop case: Smooth. Sometimes, unwittingly, I will rest a thumb or a small part of my hand on the mouse-pad without even realizing it. Then when I go to move the cursor it jumps across the screen. This is because there are two inputs that the mouse-pad senses: Your primary finger (the one you want moving the cursor) and your thumb/hand. I am now careful about resting my hands near the touch-pad when I use it. However, I usually (almost always) use a cheap ($20.00... cheap?) wireless USB mouse. I needed it for Software Dev and Programming and I just like having a are al' mouse. It provides more control and a better interface. Hope that helps.
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Wireless Microsoft Mouse Doesn't Work):?
Well with all wireless devices there should be a USB dongle that plugs in, that accepts the signal the mouse is sending out. You need that plugged in first, once its plugged in, assuming the mouse has fresh batteries, the system typically identifies it immediately and is usable within a minute or so, depending if it needs drivers or not. If it still gives trouble, you might need to search for the driver files and re-install them. If you are still not having luck, just give Microsoft a call and explain to them that you've bought this mouse and have never been able to get it to work, they should be able to help you out further