Posted 10 January 2009 - 10:51 PM
yes it Is a desktop...
Is this a desktop?
So the mouse was working fine before you started using your new monitor?
As has been asked, was the mouse working OK prior to hooking up your new monitor?
Beyond this, look in Device Manager | Mice and other pointing devices
to see if the mouse is being recognized properly as HID compliant mouse and post back. You could also try installing the Logitech mouseware (free download from Logitech) and see if this corrects the problem - although Windows should be recogizing the mouse w/o any 3rd party software (as is the case with my Logitech MX518 mouse running XP Home).
As for your new monitor showing "plug and play", this tells me you don't have the monitor driver installed. You should have received a driver install disk with it. If not, you should be able to download
the monitor model driver from the mfr. website. When the monitor driver is installed you should see verbiage in Display Properties that says "[your monitor model] on [model/name of your video card]" vs "plug and play".
Edited by Over50, 10 January 2009 - 11:22 PM.
CM Cosmos S case, EVGA 750i SLI FTW, 860W PCPC PS,
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