Question about Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse VSBX300001
Need driver for Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 1023
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Wireless Notebook Mouse model 1023, is there any driver software need
to that mouse, please tell me sir
need a driver, mouse works but USB doesn't light up
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
This is the driver installation program. Just run it and select which mouse you have (which should be wireless notebook optical mouse, according to your post). And then restart your computer and VOILA! Your mouse should work! Good Luck.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
I had the same problem, and I fixed it by opening up the mouse and cleaning off the circuit board using rosin solder flux solvent. Apparently something, possibly fluid from a leaking battery, had gotten on parts of the circuit board. When I reassembled the mouse, it now worked perfectly.
WARNING: do this only if you feel comfortable disassembling small electronic devices and only as a last resort as you risk ruining the mouse. To disassemble the mouse, peel off the four glued-on rubber feet on the bottom and then remove the four Phillips head screws underneath the feet. Then carefully disassemble the top half from the bottom. You can then lift the circuit board out. Here's a link to a breakdown and images of a similar Microsoft wireless mouse:
After I opened the mouse I used the brush in the solvent to wipe off any suspicious-looking areas. A magnifying glass or low-power microscope can help find contaminated areas. The solvent I used was m-line rosin solvent which is 50% isopropanol and 50% toluene. You probably could use either of these solvents by themselves as well. Be careful with anything containing toluene, since it could disolve rubber and possibly some plastics, remove paint, etc. so don't get it on the mouse body.
When you reassemble the mouse, make sure to properly replace the little plastic disc that has a nub poking through the "Connect" hole on the bottom of the mouse. Once you reassemble the mouse, hopefully it will now start working again.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
Driver notengo el disco
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
If it was working and it started to fail and now won't work at all, don't bother with the drivers. I found that if you wedge something between the USB receiver and anything below it, so the receiver is angled upwards, you can get connectivity and it will work fine.
Example: I have 2 USB ports vertically aligned. I stuck a nail in between the the two so the mouse receiver (on top) was angled upwards and the connect button illuminated.
It will sometimes turn off if you bump it. Also, if this solution works and it is disconnected and you try plugging it in and it wont work, restart the computer and try again - this has worked for me. Hope this solves your issues. If not, try pricewatch.com or newegg. You can find a wireless mouse for $5-10 USD.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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