In your /etc/rc.conf make sure you include moused_enable="YES" at the end or else the mouse will not work. I just had this issue as well that that solved it for me
Mouse is "recognized" but doesnt work?
What version of USB does the mouse/computer have? A mouse that requires USB 3.0 might not work on a computer with 2.0. If it worked before, I do not know. try putting the mouse in a different USB drive. Does the keyboard work? If it does, it probably is not the computer. And also if its wireless, make sure the mouse has batteries and is on... I can not tell you how many people forget to turn their mice on. -_-'
Best product to get rid of Lice on my Mouse?
lice can be transferred so i would suggest getting rid of the mouse. that is disgusting and down south we use mice for alligator bait
HP PAVILLION DV5 mouse problem?
Try to check windows update to install a new driver for the mouse. Also pressing the power button to restart is not good it confuses the computer and my cause alot of more problems. Also if you go to start control panel system device manager and look for your mouse right click if you can and click scan for changes. . That should fix any problems if it does not Again find the mouse right click and uninstall the mouse restart computer and it should say found new device. Installing. Now. (now the directions I gave you is for windows 7 but you can still use them to older windows version it's just a little different . Hope this helps
Thinking of buying a new mouse!?
google "logitech wireless mouse" i have one that is very nice and can last up to three months on one AA Battery. Plus the connector piece slides in and locks on the bottom of the mouse, so you will never loose the connector
My new mouse is squeaking...how can I stop that?
I am so glad you asked. Your new mouse is squeaking because it is 'squeaky clean'. This is to be expected with any new mechanical mouse. To stop the squeak, use the mouse on a filthy surface that should include partially dried tomato slices, insects (either parts or whole), fungal blooms and of course, cheese. As you execute mouse maneuvers, these organic particles will season the new equipment's bottom surface thus dampening the sound. So now you know.
OMG!!!!! theres a mouse in my bedroom?
ok for one the mouse is much more afraid of you then you are of it. You have no reason to bed so intimidated by somehting that can easily become goo on the bottom of your shoe. if you want to catch it/get rid of it/kill it etc you will have to get off that bed and get a trap or a professional. 1) go to the store and buy a trap 2) make a trap place a piece of cheese inside a soda cap then tie some string around the soda cap so the cheese wont fall out, now place a box upside down ontop of the soda cap that way when the mouse goes to get the cheese it will pull the soda cap and that will drop the box on the mouse OR 3) call somone to take care of it for you. Either way you are going to get off that bed. haha unless if you can email an exterminator.
Recommended friendly mouse for graphic design work [closed]
Try a small one. Let your hand rest on the table and move the mouse by your thumb and nameless finger. Set the mouse fast enough and be sure to have an easy to use speed switch on the mouse.Addendum: If you are a competent traditional pen user, then at least do as already suggested: Get Wacom. You get an enormous accuracy and speed boost for drawing in Photoshop. Beware cheap imitations. Their delay and unconsistency make you mad
whats the most humane way to kill a feeder mouse?
Why do not you just let the snake take care of it? When it's hungry it will eat, or you can buy them already deceased. EDIT Well yes freezing to death and suffocating is slow and painful, why do not you just break the neck, you can use a pencil place the mouse on the counter and press the pencil down hard and quick, of course do not stab it, but use it horizontal.