I’m worried that I’ll disable my keyboard or mouse if I disable these entries. These include game controllers and trackballs, as well as less-obvious choices such as sliders, knobs and switches on the computer’s case. Tell us about your experience with our site. VitaminYes That would be my guess. Of course, removing keyboard and mouse entries from device manager is tricky since you must have one or the other functional in order to do anything, even reboot properly.
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Can I get rid of them? Also Hope you continue to have access hic our site as well as provide support. How satisfied are you with this reply? Test your HID-compliant mouse on another computer that works normally.
A woman has her hand on a mouse and keyboard. Copliant, Windows has some stuff I like and Logitech has some stuff I like. Tell us about your experience with our site. The four that have driver files listed are all identified as “USB input device”. Click General tab and click the Start button hid compliant consumer control device available.
However, i lost no additional functionality of the multimedia buttons of my keyboard, or mouse, or my Speakers. Are you sure this wasn’t just some troll post that recommended you to do this? I WAS connecting but the throughput was very slow.
windows 10 – What are the consequences of disabling HID-compliant devices? – Super User
complkant Monday night, my wife complained that the computer was slow and “not connecting”. The advice was not directed at me, but multiple users across different sites. If the mouse is functioning properly, leave the entries alone. You can try the touchpad if you’re using a laptop, or you may need to use a PS2 mouse on your desktop. I was able to disable all hid compliant consumer control device two or three of them and both the keyboard and mouse continued to function.
Conshmer had other things to do last night and didn’t look at it.
Post as a guest Name. Except mouse and the keyboard and then boot up.
If you’re really bothered with this problem, continue to read the solutions below. A hid compliant consumer control device, such as steering wheels and flight yolks with tactile feedback, also communicate hod the computer to the end user. Hid compliant consumer control device, I believe windows will hide or “ghost” unplugged devices and not insert the “HID-compliant” string in front of them.
Besides, other mouse problem may occur and annoy you, such as no mouse pointer or mouse cursor disappearing problem, mouse moving on its ownWindows 10 no Elan touchpad tab. Many factors can result in the problem, such as HID-compliant mouse driver issue, malware or virus infection, HID hardware problem, etc.
Is that a Windows 7 thing or is there something wrong? It mostly does but every now and then it gets jerky and quirky. All the other drivers seem to be very old with dates in What are the consequences of disabling HID-compliant devices?