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zacgoesrawr

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thanks in advance but my built in mouse to my toshiba wont work even when i update the driver.
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wow.. more info please? built in as in the trackpad?

USB mice tend to take a moment before th computer will resognise and allow you to use them. That is because the computer has to decide what kind of device it is and assign an IRQ and install device drivers and all that jazz.. perhaps there wasn't quite enough time for the computer to finish up?

Just an idea..

Try to post more info on your computer.. Model? Build? operating system version? anyhting else that seem relavent.
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i have windowsxp on a toshiba satellite a105-s2201 and when i hook up my usb mouse it finds it and says its ready to use but it wont work... and i have the newest drivr for the built-in synapticss touch pad. sometimes it says my logical device wont start either.
please help me i need my comp for work! -zac
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have you tried to roll back the synaptic driver? you said you have the latest, perhaps there is a bug in it. using your keyboard open start menu. use arrows keys to scroll to control panel and then to device manager. in device manager you may have to hit tab to be able to scroll through its listings, hit your left right arrow keys to expand/collapse listings and enter to open a listings properties. Find the synaptics listing and open its properties. Use tab key to highlight the tabs at the top of the properties page and scroll tothe driver tab using your arrow keys. there tab down to the rollback driver option.

Let us know if that helps any.

Honestly i dont think there is any correlation between the synaptics touch pad driver and the use of a ps/2 mouse, but i could be wrong.
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