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I figured out it started getting detected, when I removed the mohse supply to my latptop and let it just run on batter power. If your problem is solved can you please mark the thread as solved. The only thing written on the mouse is “ADJ”.
Mac not detecting USB mouse
It’s a mouse we’ve had for a while and I don’t have any box or info on it. There could be a conflict if you look at “Port 2: Basically my mouse isn’t having any movement effect at all and I don’t know why?
Please try installing this driver and let me know if it works. Not Responding Port 2: I don’t have an external port.
Could you post details about the product you are connecting I could help a little more if I knew the brand and model.
Hub HubDevice 0xfd with 2 ports Port 1: Thanks for your suggestions. Guys Please dont comment in your personal think and thoughts with out read and understand question asked here!!!!
It would be a stretch but you might have weakened solder joints on your USB connectors. I checked it with USB drive and a Microsoft mouse without encountering any problems.
5 button mouse not recognized – Apple Community
I installed SteerMouse and it’s working fine now. Just try to restart your pc still mouse is not detected and go to the start and in the run type msconfig and press enter and then enter into the services and see that HID is running or not.
I’m sorry to hear that you’re having troubles with your new mac. Your device might be getting less power than required through the USB port it is connected to.
Mac not detecting USB mouse | DaniWeb
That’s an odd one. This shows me additional information and leads me towards a drivers option. If could get some more information about the device by going into Terminal type: At this time my mac battery was fully charged. I was using GE optical mouse with my MacBook pro. Johnny Everson 1 1 5. Is this mouse connected to an external hub or is the hub listed the root hub in the Mac Pro?
I have a strange issue that seems related – a USB mouse only works when usbprober is running. For instance I have additional devices listed as follows: