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Is it a mouse / pad / keyboard?
First guess is yes, a hardware fault. Have you rebooted the machine (off and on, not a restart) with the device unplugged and then plugged it back in? Have you tried the device in another USB port either on the same machine or on another machine?
What device is it? Is there anyway to see if it’s functioning ie. an infrared mouse would have the red light at the bottom.Posted 4 years ago
Fixed it. The nipple started working for a bit then stopped but would work if I pressed hard. That says loose connection to me, so I took off the keyboard and pressed every connector I could find, and bingo, touchpad appeared in the device manager again with the right name.
Funny that it should cause it to still be detected, but not quite the right device..Posted 4 years ago
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