These mice take their light simply from the USB power, without needing to have the system on. It's on the electrical point of view, there is nothing to turn it off in the mouse itself.However, there is probably a way to tell your computer to cut the power from USB when it's off. I am not sure, but it could be from a "USB wake-up" option in the Bios (giving you the possibility to wake up the computer from a USB device). So you could check your Bios about such option eventually.If not, then it is probably something with your motherboard, and besides turning off the back switch, or unplugging the computer, I do not see a way to fix this.
The mouse on my laptop computer is acting weird.?
remove the driver of the mouse and reinstall
Why does my mouse keep disconnecting?
You've tried the mouse with other computers, and it works. You need to do more trial and error like this to determine the problem. Try the mouse in each USB port on your computer, and see if that resolves the problem. Then try a different USB mouse with your computer. This way you will be able to narrow down the issue to either the computer, a USB port, or the drivers
Why does my mouse freeze?
check your mouse is connected into your PC correctly. also clean the bottom of the mouse. what noise are you hearing? good idea to tell us! Mice are not at all expensive. Maybe a new mouse would do the trick.
What's the best gaming mouse for StarCraft II?
I've not put much stock ""gaming"" mice that cost hundreds. A mouse is a mouse, there's just not that much room for variation. Get one that you like that's in your budget. StarCraft 2 multiplay is all about how many commands you can give in a given period time, I'm not fast enough to ever win so I've never bothered(I quiet enjoy the CoOp though). Most of your play will be down to muscle memory with the hotkeys so the mouse is of less importance.That said, the most I've ever spent on a mouse was $80 for a first generation Logitech G5 laser mouse. It was one of the first mice to use a laser based sensor instead of an LED system. It was also able to have the weight customized, though this was a gimmick and I dropped all the weight into it I could. I recently was forced to replace it, after 8 years of heavy use in various mmos, strategy games, and first person shooters. I purchased a G402 Hyperion Fury FPS Gaming Mouse - Logitech and I've been quite happy with it.What is the best gaming mouse for StarCraft II?
My mouse doesn't WORK!!!?
give the mouse some cheese, maybe its tail (cord) grow then again including a new plug. :D
Do you use a computer mouse? And if you do what mouse would you recommend?
Beg your pardon, but it would be more interesting to know who DOES NOT use a mouse. I started using the mouse since 1992, and by 1995 it become a must, even for programs that were run under MS-DOS, not just for Windows.I use with pleasure several mouses from Microsoft, they are good to use and reliable. Also with pleasure I see that in the past two years wireless mouses have very low power consumption, the battery lasts a looong time Since 1008 I also have laptops, but I never got to fully using their touchpad, I always connect a mouse.
How to make mouse movement smooth?
Is everything shaky or just Oblivion? It says that you have had the problem with a few PC games. It could be the mouse. 5 years old is pretty old for a mouse especially for a wireless one on a wooden surface. Try putting a sheet of computer paper on the wooden surface and see if that helps any. If it is just shaky in the games and not on the desktop it could be a video card problem. Are you shaky if you move around with the keyboard? Also you can try downloading the latest Logitech software and see if that helps any