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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Is the Keyboard physically broken, or is it a software issue? What can I do to fix it? Kieran Cummins Kieran Cummins 1 2. I will try it and inform you if it helped. This worked for me support.
Mouse Not Working in macOS? Use these Fixes
This worked for me after upgrading to macOS High Sierra. This is what solved it for me: Also this Apple thread that runs to 6 pages reaches the same conclusion: Had I not just experienced this myself, I wouldn't have believe this was a real fix.
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Utterly bizarre! This is what solved it for me. Apple products are becoming less and less reliable. USB extension worked for me as well!
Deesbek 2, 4 19 Of course, you should never connect a keyboard via a USB Hub in the first place, connect the Hub to the keyboard if you need to chain them. I can confirm that charging your cell phone via one of the USB ports on the keyboard will also resolve things. Tetsujin why should you not plug a keyboard into a hub? It seems counterintuitive to put the keyboard as a bottleneck when you have a powered hub. It's always been 'standard practise' to not put important or time-sensitive devices behind a hub. Inspired by the initial remark about "so little power", I found that plugging a wired mouse into the keyboard before connecting it to the computer caused the keyboard to be recognized and I could then unplug the mouse.
Mac USB Ports Stopped Working? It’s Likely Easy to Fix
Maeda R. I figured you might need to be registered with prolific so I tried but they're not accepting new members. I was using GE optical mouse with my MacBook pro. I figured out it started getting detected, when I removed the power supply to my latptop and let it just run on batter power. At this time my mac battery was fully charged. I had a similar issue. Also check the mouse works with another computer , and that it works on the same table surface.
I had this issue, why i landed on this page, i had tried a few of the suggestions, such as turning off my mac etc I've only been on OS X for 2 days! So I am pretty new.
Using a Third-Party Mouse on Mac
Basically my mouse isn't having any movement effect at all and I don't know why? I'm sorry to hear that you're having troubles with your new mac. Hopefully this'll help!
You could also be using an under voltage USB port so try another port. Hi blackbox you may want to go to system preferences and then select mouse. Have you tried running disk utility from your OSX install disk?
What brand of mouse and model? What data is USB prober listing? If you run console can you see any errors reported by the mouse or any other program running? Hi dioioib, I'm having the same problem on my macbook pro os x The mouse lights red when I plug it in so it has power. You need a developer account to download. Here you go. Is this mouse connected to an external hub or is the hub listed the root hub in the Mac Pro? Not sure. I have had issues with pointing devices being connected through external hubs before. Please try installing this driver and let me know if it works.
If could get some more information about the device by going into Terminal type: For instance I have additional devices listed as follows: Bluetooth-Modem tty. I have a few hits for the tty. Here you go, no membership is required. Repairing disk permissions solved my mouse problem, plus a couple others Unplug the power cord, wait 15 seconds, and then reattach the cord. Wait at least five seconds, and then press the power button to turn on the Mac.
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Mac not detecting USB mouse
Skip to main content. Tip If the USB ports are still not working, your Mac maybe experiencing deeper hardware issues, so contact Apple for additional troubleshooting and possible repair. References 2 Apple: Intel-based Macs: About the Author Kefa Olang has been writing articles online since April