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    Hi

    First: i am an stupid norwegian kid with no life, and my english is werry bad sometimes (aka. always)

    I have a problem with my USB mouse. It wont work inside BT. My USB keyboard is working, but my USB mouse is not. I need help with what to do!

    Thanks!

    - Dozern

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozern View Post
    Hi

    First: i am an stupid norwegian kid with no life, and my english is werry bad sometimes (aka. always)

    I have a problem with my USB mouse. It wont work inside BT. My USB keyboard is working, but my USB mouse is not. I need help with what to do!

    Thanks!

    - Dozern
    Insert your USB mouse and then type lsusb. Report back the results.
    "\x74\x68\x65\x70\x72\x65\x7a\x39\x38";

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    -bash: lsusb.: command not found
    I got this message i type in. This is with every combination i try...

    This i wrote in after "the werry hard logon", root etc...

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    lsusb works for me, Did you take off that period at the end when you tried it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrairieFire View Post
    lsusb works for me, Did you take off that period at the end when you tried it?
    I would guess he didn't since it's there in his quote from when he typed it on his system. Good eye!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrairieFire View Post
    lsusb works for me, Did you take off that period at the end when you tried it?
    Tryed both. Nothing work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrairieFire View Post
    lsusb works for me, Did you take off that period at the end when you tried it?
    Good catch. I didn't realize when I typed "lsusb" at the end of the sentence that he'd take the period literally. I usually use the
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    function and will have to be more prudent about it.
    "\x74\x68\x65\x70\x72\x65\x7a\x39\x38";

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    Sorry guyes, tryed with "." and without. Nothing worked. The difference was with "." i got an error, without i got nothing...

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    Define nothing? Did it dump you back to prompt? Hang and close? Start a blackhole?
    What Brand/Model mouse are you using? I have a Logitech V450 Laser/Wireless USB and it works fine plug and play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrairieFire View Post
    Define nothing? Did it dump you back to prompt? Hang and close? Start a blackhole?
    What Brand/Model mouse are you using? I have a Logitech V450 Laser/Wireless USB and it works fine plug and play.
    It dump me back to prompt. Like a new line. I have an Wireless Optical Mouse 2.0 (Microsoft)

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