My mouse, just says Microsoft on the bottom, and doesn't work
There are several things which could be broken. The USB port, the USB dongle, the wireless mouse itself. Ensure that the "new" batteries work in another device. Also ensure that in the problem mouse, the batteries are pointed in the right direction, so that plus matches with plus. Some wireless mice operate on frequencies that are easily blocked. Try putting the mouse very close to the USB dongle and see if its movements are received.There may be a mating procedure for the mouse and USB dongle. You will need to find the precise make/model to figure this out. Open Device Manager. Expand the "Mice and other pointing devices" section. Plug in the wired mouse. The list should add an entry. Try unplugging the USB dongle. The list should remove an entry. It's possible for individual USB ports to work with some devices but not with others, so trying switching them around until all the USB devices are recognized. Rebooting may help. If the wired mouse shows up in every port, but the USB dongle does not, then the USB dongle is broken and you must buy another.
Mickey Mouse sign
Mickey Mouse sign is a medical sign resembling the head of Mickey Mouse, the Walt Disney character. Presented for the very first time at the CHIVA's Meeting, Berlin 2002 by Dr. Lurdes Cerol, this sign has been described as the image at the groin when a dilated accessory saphenous vein (ASV) exists: the common femoral vein (CFV) represents the head of Mickey Mouse while the great saphenous vein (GSV) and the dilated accessory saphenous vein (ASV) represent the ears. The presence of a Mickey Mouse sign has been a great diagnostic clue to check ASV insufficiency. Some authors, inspired by this sign, described an ecographic "Mickey Mouse View" at the saphenofemoral junction in the groin: the common femoral vein (CFV) represents the head of Mickey Mouse while the great saphenous vein (GSV) and the femoral artery (CFA) represent the ears. But it can be seen in different regions of the body: Midbrain of progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP). Polyostotic Paget's disease (Paget's disease affecting multiple bones); a bone scintigraphy with technetium-99m methylene bisphosphonate shows increased uptake at the sites of disease activity. Increased scintigraphic uptake in the body and spine of the vertebrae resembles the head of Mickey Mouse. The portal triad in biliary ultrasound scans, with the portal vein comprising Mickey's head and the common bile duct and hepatic artery his right and left ears, respectively. Pelvic Mickey Mouse sign: bilateral inguinal vesical hernia on transverse axial imaging. Dysmorphic Mickey Mouse RBCs: RBCs with irregular cell walls and migration of hemoglobin into some areas creating the shape of Mickey Mouse ears. The presence of these dysmorphic cells in urine may indicate intraglomerular haemorrhage. Ureteropelvic junction obstruction (UPJO)
Dolorous grass mouse
The dolorous grass mouse or Crdoba akodont (Akodon dolores) is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found only in Argentina. It is an invertivore and can grow as large as 50.5g.
Eek-A-Mouse (born Ripton Joseph Hylton, 19 November 1957) is a Jamaican reggae musician. He is one of the earliest artists to be described as a "singjay".
How big the mouse should be?
After it gets to a certain size it's called a rat. Very weird question to ask, I've never seen anyone concerned about such a minor peripheal such as the mouse. Most people are concerned about their processor and motherboard. So therefore I find it hard to think this is a serious question, as it seems common sense that you are going to buy a mouse according to your comfort with it, therefore my first response.
please help me with mouse?
The Windows key opens the start menu, arrow keys navigate, tab switches the focus between different tabs/buttons/links. Space checks/unchecks checkboxes/radio buttons and Enter selects. Basically you need to go Start Menu - All Programs - Accessories - System Tools - System Restore to return to a point where you were still able to use the mouse.
Where do field mouse live?
A mouse (plural mice) is a small animal that belongs to one of numerous species of rodents. The best known mouse species is the common house mouse (Mus musculus). It is found in nearly all countries and, as the laboratory mouse, serves as an model organism in biology. It is also a popular pet. The American white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus) and the deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) also sometimes live in houses. These species of mice live commensally with humans. Although mice may live up to two years in the lab, the average mouse in the wild lives only about 5 months, primarily due to heavy predation. Cats, wild dogs, foxes, birds of prey, snakes and even certain kinds of insects have been known to prey heavily upon mice. Nevertheless, due to its remarkable adaptability to almost any environment, and its ability to live commensally with humans, the mouse is regarded to be the third most successful mammalian species living on Earth today, after humans and the rat. Mice can be harmful pests, damaging and eating crops and spreading diseases through their parasites and feces. The original motivation for the domestication of cats is thought to have been for their predation of mice and their relatives, the rats.