I would've posted this in Hardware, but I'm using the tab key to do everything. I reconnected it (wireless) and put new batteries.
If it was USB i'd tell you it would probably be fine if you tried resetting the mouse while unplugged and/or left it unplugged for any amount of time, then plugged it back in.yomamma said:because mine lags up whenever I do that, for about half an hour.
yomamma said:I've unplugged it and everything. I'm trying to avoit restarting the computer, because mine lags up whenever I do that, for about half an hour.
<- 'nuff saidyomamma said:it turns out that I turned it off, woked fine.
You put it in a wok?! Well maybe that's the problem! :tongue:yomamma said:98?! :yuck: I have XP
it turns out that I turned it off, woked fine. only lagged for a few minutes
cefarix said:try xandros or linspire :)
I know how to solve that problem...get a Mac!yomamma said:I've unplugged it and everything. I'm trying to avoit restarting the computer, because mine lags up whenever I do that, for about half an hour.
It's not the Mac's fault that you're confused. :rofl:yomamma said:Yes, but if I get a mac, I will be totally confused, and I'd have to pay a bunch of money for something I don't even like.
Yeah, but you said those are 6 years old, and even those probably don't lag up for a half hour on start up. Are those even the smoke or white colored ones, or are you still using the really ancient blue ones at school?Our school has a room full of iMacs, and everyone absolutely hates them. They used to be computers at one time...
:rofl: Okay, they're the second generation of iMacs. The first ones were all blue (blueberry actually), then they came out with the colors: blueberry, tangerine, grape, strawberry, and lime (I think that's what they called the green one). Smoke (the transparent gray) came next, then the white ones. The smoke ones are okay, even though they are getting up there in years, but the fruit-flavored ones are pretty pathetic. That was when Mac was just trying to get back in business and offered incredible educational discounts on those (I think the university I was at when those came out negotiated them for about $500 each, which was a great price at the time, especially when people were panicking about Y2K and they were being advertised as Y2K compliant, so everyone was replacing ancient computers all at once).yomamma said:Well, it's only a monitor, and the back of the monitors are transparent black, blue, and (I think) purple.