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However, I also had a problem with Windows thinking a USB hub wasn't plugged in until I reset the mouse. If you're having this problem, check if the mouse's LEDs are flashing and if it works fine after you reboot.
In the case of a USB mouse, if the above doesn't work, try the following: 1. Turn off Windows. 2. Press the F8 key to enter the Windows Advanced Options Menu. 3. Choose Safe mode with networking and turn off Windows. This will allow you to access safe mode, which means you'll be able to start an Internet connection while in Safe mode.
Fire up Device Manager and right-click the mouse's entry to open the Properties window. In the Device Manager, right-click the item labeled USB\VID_045E&PID_0005\4&nbsp;0076 and select Update Driver. The mouse will then be re-detected by Windows 7. If it still doesn't work, remove the mouse, wait a minute or two for it to power down, and then attach it. Save any information it's providing you, like any changes it makes to the registry, before powering it down.
If this hasn't worked for you, do the following: 1. Open the Device Manager, navigate to Video and Miscellaneous on the left side. 2. Right-click your device's entry and select Update Driver. 3. In the device name field, enter a name for the device. Don't use spaces, ":" or any other character that may be confusing. 4. Select either Scan For New Drivers or Let me pick a specific driver, and then click Next. 3d9ccd7d82