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Old December 27th 07, 06:09 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
ShutterMan
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Just got a nice wireless keyboard and mouse. Problem is, when the
machine is rebooted, these devices dont work anymore. I have to
unplug the USB cable of the remote sensing unit, and plug it back in
to get the devices to work. Needless to say, this is a pain. This is
a Micro Innovations wireless keyboard and mouse, and Im using the
latest Vista drivers (according to them).
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Old December 27th 07, 03:01 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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On Dec 27, 8:24*am, "mikeyhsd" wrote:
on mine there is an option to auto connect at startup.
might check the options.



* "ShutterMan" wrote in ...
* Just got a nice wireless keyboard and mouse. Problem is, when the
* machine is rebooted, these devices dont work anymore. *I have to
* unplug the USB cable of the remote sensing unit, and plug it back in
* to get the devices to work. *Needless to say, this is a pain. This is
* a Micro Innovations wireless keyboard and mouse, and Im using the
* latest Vista drivers (according to them).


OK Dumb question- How do you get to the options to auto connect. Can't
find anything on vista-LOST
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Old December 27th 07, 04:27 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
Mike Hall - MVP[_2_]
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On Dec 27, 8:24 am, "mikeyhsd" wrote:
on mine there is an option to auto connect at startup.
might check the options.



"ShutterMan" wrote in
...
Just got a nice wireless keyboard and mouse. Problem is, when the
machine is rebooted, these devices dont work anymore. I have to
unplug the USB cable of the remote sensing unit, and plug it back in
to get the devices to work. Needless to say, this is a pain. This is
a Micro Innovations wireless keyboard and mouse, and Im using the
latest Vista drivers (according to them).


OK Dumb question- How do you get to the options to auto connect. Can't
find anything on vista-LOST


Go into BIOS and set 'Legacy' USB keyboard and mouse support to be on..

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Old November 11th 08, 12:44 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
clayman001
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Default Vista & Wireless Keyboard / Mouse


have found the bios F10(file) but the only option I have or I see for
the mouse is auto enable, on or off any help please


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Old November 18th 08, 03:14 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
Chuck[_2_]
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Default Vista & Wireless Keyboard / Mouse

What mouse options are you looking for? Why?
What mouse are you using?

You really should not need to go into BIOS to mess with a mouse on a modern
PC. Laptops, since they use a touchpad, have a little different hardware
environment to deal with.

You also didn't mention what make, model, and type of computer you arehaving
a problem with.


"clayman001" wrote in message
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have found the bios F10(file) but the only option I have or I see for
the mouse is auto enable, on or off any help please


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