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PS2 Mouse Not Detected

By warrlorrd ·
After using Norton's Ghost program to make a backup of a computer lab PC and copying the image to the rest in the lab, the ones using PS2 mice are not recognizing the mouse. (The one we got the image from used a serial mouse). We've tried various drivers. How can we get the PS2 mice to work?

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by TheChas In reply to PS2 Mouse Not Detected

Remove the serial mouse from device manager. (and any other mice)
Re-boot, and the computer should find the PS-2 mouse.

Another posability is that the PS-2 port is disabled in the image, and needs to be enabled.

Chas

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by pgcarter In reply to PS2 Mouse Not Detected

Check the bios to see if ps\2 mouse is enabled. If that doesn't work, take out the serial in device manager, then go to the windows\system\inf\other\ folder and delete the old inf file(or just take everying thing out). If you don't do this it will likely just reinstall the old driver. The windows\inf folder is a "system" folder so u must be sure that you have show all filles selected to see it. Then just restart and it should all be rosey:-))
Hope this helps,
good luck

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