Microsoft 2.4 Ghz Transceiver Driver Download Install Update
I have recently purchase a Microsoft Wireless Mouse along with the 2. Following the instructions I have powered up the mouse and plugged the transceiver in. When plugging in the transceiver Windows asks for the drivers to be installed, either automatically or manually by pointing to a specific location. I've also tried installing the Intellipoint drivers which I understand is only for full functionality, i.
Do you get something like this: One of the USB devices attached to this computer has malfunctioned and Windows does not recognize it. Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. Just thought I'd reply as I'd been having a similar issue, and it reminded me of an issue I had had with a usb device in the past. Once re-installing the drivers and maybe unplugging and re-plugging devices you should find that the drivers are installed properly.
Tell us about your experience with our site. GrayMonkey Created on February 1, Any ideas or suggestions please? This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question LemP Replied on February 1, Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? DwaineM Replied on May 4, I have a similar issue.
I've tried the new hardware on another computer, and it works fine. So my Wireless mouse and 2. If I tell it to install software automatically, it looks for a while, then says "Cannot Install This Hardware". Says the wizard can't find the necessary software. Device Manager then shows under "Other Devices" the yellow? I've tried "removing" the device and doing a hardware rescan, but it just goes through the process above over and over.
But my guess is plugging it in that way initially screwed up the install, and now it's in a bad state. Looking for a way to clean it up, and install it properly.
DwaineM Replied on October 3, In reply to DwaineM's post on May 4, Since another reply just popped this back into my view, I'll add what I had to do to fix this. I searched many places for answers. And I tried several different types of USB keyboards! I actually used it this way for several weeks while I tried to sort out the USB issues. I tried everything I could find. Having years of stuff on the system, I didn't want to rebuild it from scratch, unless I had to.
However, I didn't really think a repair install would work very well, if at all. But not much to lose trying it. It left all my apps and data totally intact. Since I only had an SP2 install disk, I had to go through the SP3 update process, then all the online updates on top of that, but several hours later I had a working PC again. So I guess something at some point had messed up the USB device manager stuff.
The failure of the Wireless Mouse pointed out the issue. The removal of all the USB devices removed the stuff that was working and wouldn't let it be added back in. I'll bet this wouldn't happen on a Mac. LemP Replied on October 3, In reply to DwaineM's post on October 3, Thanks for the detailed feedback.
For the next disaster, you might consider creating a slipstreamed sp3 install CD. You can even slipstream the post-sp3 updates as well.
TerrenceWV Replied on February 24, Could also be a problem with the USB port. Sometimes this will reactivate the connectivity of your Wireless mouse with this transceiver.
ThomasFeely Replied on October 30, I'm not sure of the root cause but this bug has been around for a few versions of windows. This site in other languages x.
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