Common Questions for USB Gaming Mouse
Mouse wheel "Mad scroll", what causes it?Does your mouse have a button right in front of the mouse wheel? That can turn on or off the free spin function on your mouse wheel. If the free spin function is on your mouse wheel will spin very easily and will not stop until it spins itself out.Well if that won't fix it you can try updating your mouse drivers. If that does nothing I'm afraid you will need to get a new mouse. If you spam click that button constantly you may just be overworking the mechanism.------Mouse and keyboard stop working all of a sudden? (Cannot access bios).?Look at the back pnael of the case, if the motherboard has PS/2 port, you can buy a PS/2 to USB converter and connect your mouse and keyboard to pc, once connected follow this:Click Start, and then click Run.Note If you are running Windows Vista, click Start, and then use the Start Search box.Type devmgmt.msc and then click OK. Device Manager opens.In Device Manager, click your computer name( the very first icon at the top) so that it is highlighted.Click Action, and then click Scan for hardware changes.Check the USB device to see whether it is working.------Which is better for a gaming mouse?USB mice have higher resolution but unless you position your mouse to literally hair's breadth accuracy that isn't really relevant - PS/2 are fairly accurate already. USB mice can more easily support extra buttons, scroll wheels and other features.PS/2 mice have considerably faster response time - microseconds as opposed to a few milliseconds for USB. USB mice are still faster than the fastest human responses by a factor of ten or twenty but I suppose that additional delay may prove critical in some gaming situations.------How to fix mouse problems?My mouse did this before. It was a logitech mouse, and it worked for 5 years. Then suddenly it started disconnecting randomly from my computer and coming back on randomly. I just decided to get a new mouse after a while, and went with the Razer Deathhadder, and I will never go back to logitech. I really loved my old mouse, but this one is awesome, and I love how it lights up! Ive been using it for about a year, and it has not failed me once. If you game, you will really enjoy this mouse.Hope this helps,-Rachel------How can I get the mouse to work?Upgrading fom 98 to Me to 2000 is quite risky. so many of the computer's drivers, and programs could get messed/mixed up, that i'm sure you messed something up when you upgraded 3 times. This time, do a clean install of Windows 2000, and see if that works, and if it doesn't, then your Mini-Din port on your computer may be on the fritz, and at that point, you need to prolly buy a USB mouse of some sort. Also, if that thing can run 2000 ok, then what about XP? Just a thought------is this mouse compatible with my macbook?If the mouse needs software, and the only software the maker's website offers is for Windows XP, Vista, and 7, you will need to install Windows 7 on your Mac. That's logically the way to go anyhow, since 80% of games are Windows-only.What did you find when you went to the Razer website??????EDIT:From the link below...."System Requirements * PC with USB port * Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP * Internet connection (for driver installation) * At least 35MB of hard disk spaceFinal answer: Yes, it is compatible with your MacBoook... if you install Windows 7.------what is ur mouse DPI ?Its dots per inch and it has to do with the resolution of the mouse, in other words how precise the mouse is when you move it. Old mice stunk but most newer mice are at least 800dpi which is pretty good and much better than the resolution on a typical gaming console. I recommend you get an optical mouse with 800dpi or better with a USB conenction and a scroll wheel for ease and convenience of surfing the net.(If the mouse were only 1dpi and your screen was 4 x4 inches then you would only have 16 places on the screen you could move, 4 over and 4 down.)-Shawn------Can the Playstation 2 30000 ( the fat one) use USB devices?nicely you're able to be conscious than an 80GB PS3 are actually not waiting to play PS2 video games(apart from an emulator on the version with the chrome trim: which has emulation utility on it, allowing to play the customary public of them, yet that quantity is presupposed to be 70% or much less), least complicated the now not in advent customary 20GB and the now not in production 60GB can play *all*(minimum of ninety% of all produced PS2 video games) PS2 video games(as they have the emotion engine, hardware built in to the physique of concepts to enable for play). wish that helps!------name for old connection on PC's for games?It's simply called "game" or "game port" it was simply a serial connection for anything other than a mouse or keyboard, but has been replaced by USB. Simply getting an adapter for it might not work, lots of times you'll need drivers for "legacy" hardware and it usually not compatible with newer operating systems. It's probably time to consider replacing or upgrading of you are trying to us a "legacy" peripheral device they are usually pretty rudimentary anywayHope that helps :)------My mouse doesn't work properly while i play games?Have you looked at your mouse settings in the Control Panel? It sounds like your double-click speed might have been reduced. Check it out. Hardware and Sound > under "Devices and Printers" is "Mouse."If you're having a problem with the clicking, then check the settings in the "Buttons" tab of that new window. You said that you have to click the mouse button a few times? So try dragging the nob under "Double-click Speed" to work more fast pace. That might be the problem.------Why does my razer abyssus turn my computer off?Have you tried plugging the mouse in a different USB port? If that did not work I would either contact Razer or return the mouse to the store. Also, have you downloaded the drivers yet? I tried plugging in my Razer Anansi once and the keyboard did not work. Razer contacted me back very quickly with something that resets the firmware and it worked after the firmware was reset and updated. Your best bet is to contact Razer. They will send you a new mouse if you still have a warranty on it. Or return it to the store that you bought it from. I also have Windows 8------Is it possible to play XBox 360 with Keyboard & mouse?Not unless you buy an overpriced third party adapter that's known to only work some of the time. It's called the XFPS and it does give you an unfair advantage. USB keyboards can be used to type, but won't work in gameplay without the adapter and mice don't work at all without it. I suggest giving the controller another try. I know it's hard for PC gamers to play with one, but I've seen several who have gotten used to it pretty quickly------gigabyte gm-m6800 mouse, Randomly stops working?i've had the same problem with almost every usb mouse i ever had i don't know exactly how oit works but what i do is unplug the mouse and then stick in a old one with the green connector on the end as use that for a few days before trying the usb one again and than it works alrightif you have an older pc than that is probably your problem because of how the retorted motherboard see's your mouse or something like that so and if you have a new motherboard than i don't know what to tell you ya------Is there any way to fix the Wii USB ports?There are a few things that need to be checked 1st like is something broken. So test each item. Plug the mic into a PC and see if it works there. Yes? Then must be the Wii. If you have a USB mouse plug it in the Wii. I just did to mine and it lights up.If yours doesn't recognize it then it's an issue with the usb ports. The other thing is to check the compatibility. Here is a link to the list. I'm sure there are more. Try these and udpate to see which is and isn't working.------What is the average range you get with your mini wireless mouse?The range varies if you have obstacles in between the mouse and the usb receiver and also the charging condition of the batteries. If you have no obstacles and the batteries are full charge, a few feet maximum and the further you go away the less your mouse will respond. I personally stay away from wireless mouse because you have to change the batteries often and once they become low on charge the mouse is less and less responsive. I always go for wired mouse now especially if your playing games which reguire a responsive mouse.Hope that helps!------my mouse keeps disconnecting while im in a game?I've had this problem too, in Battlefield 3. What helped me is to uninstall the mouse and reboot the computer via keyboard. After rebooting the mouse will connect again by itself.To uninstall the mouse go to Control Panel > Hardware > Mouse > Right click the mouse and choose "uninstall". After this your mouse won't respond - just reboot with your keyboard and it'll be fine again. I've had this problem for a few months and this was my solution. I hope it'll work for you too, good luck!------PS3 & USB mouse Question?The short answer is "no, you can't." The PS3 itself, much like a computer supports basically anything you plug into it. However, it is up to the software developers whether or not the software supports what you plug in to the system.For example: a mouse could be used in computers long before the seminal first person shooter Doom was released so many years ago, but the game itself didn't support that type of input even though the computer did. If software (game) developers determine that it would sell more games, they would take the time to include mouse and keyboard support in their console titles.------Help with my PC Identifying USB Ports!!!!?1st try thisShut down the system normally thenSimply UNPLUG the COMPUTERS power cordFROM its POWER SUPPLY/wall outlet.If this is a laptop top Remove the battery alsoNow wait for 2 or 3 minutes beforereconnecting the power cord and or the batteryNow restart the systemand try the USB device againNote:That this does not mean just turning off your computerbecause modern computers don't really turn offwhen you press the power button as the motherboard still gets power.Should this not correct the issuesee the instruction listed here:.....------blue screen of death when i unplug a USB device?Well first did you buy this computer from a store or somebody from ebay. If you bought it from ebay and the specs are wrong then there a problem. Also If you got this from a store i.e best buy walmart etc. then take it back and tell them you got you computer and nothing is right because that's false advertisement and they can get in trouble. I know I didn't help your problem but if your specs are like that then you probably have broken hardware------Problem with my flash disk/USB?Try this:Put your flash memory stick in some other USB port on your computer. Then go to (My) Computer to see if it is present there. If yes, just click on its icon to open it. So, you got it!If no, turn off computer. Connect your mouse at same USB port, turn on computer and try mouse. If it works, USB port(s) is OK.Try to put your flash drive in some other computer to see if it works.If not, there is a problem with flash drive.