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Have to re-plug USB-Mouse after each Reboot??

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by seashell, May 20, 2006.

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  1. seashell

    seashell Thread Starter

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    Hi folks!

    i got a brandnew dell pc (2,8Ghz Pentium D, Win XP Media Center Ed.). And i got a problem with the Hama S1 Gaming Mouse:

    The mouse has 2 additional buttons and a wheely. Without installing the Driver, the wheely does not work after each reboot. I have to re-plug the mouse (pulling the usb-plug out of the pc and reconnecting it) to make the wheely work.

    IF i install the driver (downloaded newest version), and use the software to configure the additional buttons (for going forward and backward in browser for example), they don't work, none of the 2 additional buttons seems to work properly. And i got the same problem with the wheely - it only works after replug.

    any ideas?

    Other usb-devices work correct ( Keyboard)
     
  2. matt_aj

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    I would contact Dell on that... If they can't figure it out, they should either replace the mobo or the mouse under warranty.
     
  3. seashell

    seashell Thread Starter

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    If i use the standart-dell mouse, everything is fine. The thing is that it hasn't got the additional 2 buttons i want. the other mouse is not from dell but from Hama, i contacted Hama on that matter but got no reply so far. Anyone got the same problem or any suggestions?
     
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