How do I fix my USB mouse driver?

If your USB mouse does not work on the computer, the USB port drivers may be corrupt. Two options for trying to fix corrupt drivers are to restore Windows to a previous point when the USB mouse did work, or uninstall and reinstall the USB port drivers.

Is there a driver for mouse?

Today’s operating systems no longer require drivers for standard mouse interoperability. If your computer has a standard one or two button mouse and uses a current version of the operating system, you don’t need any special drivers to use your mouse.

How do I fix my mouse driver Windows 10?

Windows 10 Mouse Fixes to Try First

  1. Check your mouse or wireless adapter hasn’t become unseated in its port.
  2. Try fully unplugging the mouse cable or wireless adapter and reconnecting in a different port.
  3. If it is a new issue, sometimes restarting your system will provide an immediate fix.

Why is my computer not recognizing my mouse?

A: In most cases, when a mouse and/or keyboard become unresponsive, one of two things are to blame: (1) The batteries in the actual mouse and/or keyboard are dead (or are dying) and need to be replaced; or (2) the drivers for either or both devices need to be updated.

Why won’t Windows recognize my mouse?

Just pull something that isn’t vital and avoid removing your USB keyboard, although it doesn’t matter that much. Move the mouse to a different USB port. If you move the mouse and it works, the USB port is the issue. If the mouse still doesn’t work, the device may be the problem.

Why Mice is not showing in Device Manager?

Go to Device Manager, under Human Interface Devices, locate I2C HID Device. If it has an error code, or if this device is not working correctly, right click on it and select Update driver. If it has latest driver already, right click on it select Disable. Then again right click on it, select Enable.