Windows 10 Laptop Mouse Driver Download Install Update
Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. I am having great frustration with my new computer. Specifically, I cannot copy and paste in composing an email. Your question has nothing to do with the subject of this thread. Go to the top of the page, click on "Ask a Question," and ask your question. In so doing it would be good to mention what email service or program you're using. If you are considering Firefox as an alternative to Windows 10, you are in for more disappointment and confusion.
I am sorry I did not come back and post. My pc and components is HP. HP has now sent an update that will allow me to download Win I really don't know if I want Win 10 on my PC. I have a Win 8 laptop. I downloaded the "free" games offered by MS. They are loaded with ads. So I have no games that I can play off-line on my laptop. That laptop is also a no-touch screen. I think Win 8, and therefore probably Win 10, is an excellent product for those who have lots to do.
I can play games online, or off-line without ads. I don't need several apps. And I am capable of downloading the one or two I might want to have. Tell us about your experience with our site. Don x Created on June 4, This question is for the up coming download for Windows 10 in late July. I checked for compatibility issues and it showed that both my wired Logitech mouse and keyboard might not work correctly in Windows Neither the mouse nor the keyboard require any drivers in Windows 7 and there are no other drivers available for these.
What do I do to be able to download and use Windows 10 without this problem? 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 JimWynne Replied on February 22, In reply to LarryW.
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? Replied on February 22, JimWynne Replied on December 7, In reply to JanetAzarovitz's post on December 7, JanetAzarovitz Replied on December 7, Johnken Replied on November 17, In reply to Mohammed Yaseer's post on June 4, I am on a laptop with new drive.
In reply to ChristineCanavan's post on June 5, Borrow a keyboard and mouse from someone and see if they work with your system. You can have 2 keyboard and 2 mice plugged in at the same time if you need to. JimWynne Replied on July 25, In reply to realitypolice's post on July 25, In reply to rhomy's post on August 17, In reply to JimWynne's post on August 17, On Win 8 I use the basic screen.
I do not use the apps. Thank you for your replies, and I again apologize for not returning sooner with a post. JimWynne Replied on August 17, In reply to Don x's post on August 17, I said that you were the second person on this page. The post you responded to was two months old.
You might try downloading and installing the Logitech Setpoint software available on the Logitech support page for your mouse and see if it helps. Your mouse and keyboard are very basic and I'm surprised that they're not working. This site in other languages x.
Mouse, touchpad, and keyboard problems in Windows
Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. I am having great frustration with my new computer. Specifically, I cannot copy and paste in composing an email. Your question has nothing to do with the subject of this thread.
Mouse Cursor Disappears on Windows 10 [Solved]
Many Windows 10 users have reported that their mouse pointer or cursor has disappeared. This usually happens when they have just upgraded from previous versions of Windows or woken their computer up from sleep mode. This is a very annoying problem — and quite scary. How am I supposed to fix a problem like this without one? Here are two fixes you should try:. Windows may have disabled your mouse during the upgrade from a previous version or while your computer was in sleep mode. This will make your mouse unusable and your mouse cursor disappear. You should re-enable your mouse in order to restore its cursor. Usually, it is the Fn key plus F3 , F5 , F9 or F11 it depends on the make of your laptop, and you may need to consult your laptop manual to find it out. The name of this tab could be different, depending on the mouse you use. So you should update your mouse driver to see if it fixes your problem.