Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 Driver Download Install Update
I have a Microsoft Laser Mouse and Keyboard set, the keyboard appears to work fine, though i don't know how i go about setting up all the shortcut buttons as at the minute only the volume seems to work. As for the mouse, that's where my real problems are. This is probably a settings issue i suspect. Don't get me started on button's 1 and 2!!! In windows generally though, they appear to hardly work at all. It is very frustrating. The mouse shows no version number but does say it ws manufactured in September Mouse driver version is 6.
I'm having exactly the same problem using Vista64 ultimate edition and a Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse and the latest intellipoint software. In addition, I notice that mouse speed settings tend to revert to default from time to time. And lastly, when I click in the margin to page down on anything i. I had the same problem with a Logitech bluetooth desktop set and got rid of it because I believe it to be the cause.
I belive this is a hardware issue with the mouse. I have 2 of these on different computers, and within 1 month of each other they started having the same problem one on Vista, one on XP Pro. The problem seems to be the left-click connector for me. Many times it takes mutliple clicks for it to actually take. Also, many time the click takes, but the un-click doens't. Meaning that the link or button I'm clicking on the page registers, but never comes back up or completes , so I have to click it again.
It all comes down the the clicking mechanism not working properly anymore. RaXeT, you'r a genius! I replaced my laptop 3 weeks ago with a new one and kept my good old Wireless Intellimouse Explorer 2. Problem is, the scroll wheel was very slow and the IE back and forward buttons thumb buttons were not working, actually they worked 'once' after a restart. I re-installed drivers, played with setting etc Googled "Vista mouse Problem" and read literaly 's of posts on several boards.
By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Office Office Exchange Server. Not an IT pro? Resources for IT Professionals. Remove From My Forums. Windows Vista IT Pro. Windows Vista Hardware https: Sign in to vote. I have a Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse and keyboard Running Vista Ultimate 64 bit. I have installed Microsoft Intellipoint version 6. Numerous times the mouse works perfectly fine. I have the Microsoft Wireless Receiver 3. Yet, off and on I find myself unsuccessfully attempting to select a hyperlink, a desktop app or just about anything without having to resort to multiple clicking of the item at least 4 and 5 times before the item executes.
I have replaced batteries more often then needed, and it appears to correct itself for a week and then wham, the intermittent problem creeps back in. The Microsoft Wireless Laser Keyboard v2. Anyone else seeing this behavior? Anyone have a permanent fix? Frustrated in Salt Lake City. Monday, August 6, 1: Move the wireless receiver 3.
Apparently the wireless technology works within very tiny distances. Proposed as answer by ensconced Thursday, July 9, Monday, August 6, 2: I too appear to have the same problems.
Thursday, November 1, 9: Thursday, January 3, Sunday, January 6, I also have the deskstop with the same problem. The mouse is eratic and the keyboard is fine. Also on Microsfts website they say to keep the cord as short as possible and keep away from power cords and internet cables. Good luck on that. Proposed as answer by Estrong1 Thursday, June 16, 2: Thursday, January 10, 9: Look for replacment from Microsoft. Friday, January 18, 3: Sunday, March 9, 3: Vista Home Premium 32 Microsoft Natural Wireless Mouse I tried several things listed here and on other Web sites but what worked to take away that erratic behavior was changing the color and texture of the desktop surface.
I placed a black, leather folder or binder under the Mouse and its got precision again! Monday, June 16, 8: I have had this problem for about 9 months, using Windows XP. I think that the "place the receiver very close to the mouse" may be the solution for me. Saturday, July 5, 7: I agree with what RaXeT, that shortening the distance between the receiver and the mouse took care of the problem for me. However, my mouse wireless laser had been working fine for over six months with the receiver about 2ft.
Seems like it has developed a "weak stream". Should it talk to my doctor to see what might be right for it? Wednesday, August 6, 4: Thursday, July 9, I have my receiver about 1 inch away from my mouse most time close enough my fingers quite often touch it while navigating and I am constantly getting the message I have a weak signal. I also experience the problem of clicking a link and it not registering fully, I know I've clicked because my selection box is around the link and pressing enter follows the link.
The newest problem that has developed is my left click button is always double clicking. This is happening in XP, W7 both 32 and 64 bit. It happens with a generic mouse driver installed and the correct driver and full program from Microsoft. I recently purchased the Wireless Laser mouse V2 but before getting to use it my receiver was lost it is one that clips onto the back, unlike the current mouse looking receiver we have now and the V2 does not communicate with the V1 receiver. Trying to find a replacement now.
Sunday, July 12, 6: I can shed a little more detail on this problem. I've been having this occur for months - it seems as though particularly when you select items, such as email in your inbox, or clicking a hyperlink, the click does not register.
Most of the above statements make referrals to there being a signal strength issue between the mouse and receiver, but I think if you try something, you'll note that it seems to be more of an issue of the signal being incorrently deal with upon receipt. Find a hyperlink you're having trouble clicking. Position your mouse over it at about the middle. Click the left mouse button, and as you do so, try to simultaneously "twig" the mouse left or right along the length of the hyperlink, then release the mouse button.
It's important not to move it enough to select anything - you're just trying to get Windows to register movement. My tests of this show that it works every time - clicking hyperlinks, buttons, selecting emails - anything problematic, if you slightly move the mouse it will be registed. The fact that this is so widespread makes me believe this is a driver problem - it never used to do this when it was new.
Has anyone tried specifying a different mouse when they download the driver? Perhaps one that they aren't trying to obsolete? Monday, August 24, 4: I have had the same problem and have tried quite a bit to fix it as well.
Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 mouse: do not use the new Intellipoint
I have a Microsoft Laser Mouse and Keyboard set, the keyboard appears to work fine, though i don't know how i go about setting up all the shortcut buttons as at the minute only the volume seems to work. As for the mouse, that's where my real problems are. This is probably a settings issue i suspect. Don't get me started on button's 1 and 2!!! In windows generally though, they appear to hardly work at all. It is very frustrating. The mouse shows no version number but does say it ws manufactured in September Mouse driver version is 6. I'm having exactly the same problem using Vista64 ultimate edition and a Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse and the latest intellipoint software. In addition, I notice that mouse speed settings tend to revert to default from time to time.
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