I have forgotten how to get my wireless labtec 800 to sink. I have tried holding the connect button for a few seconds and then the conect button on the mouse for the same, but nothing works. I am using vista. Help please Ronbeebe42
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I have a state of the art computer but wireless keyboards and mice are just a pain in the backside if you ask me. This is common on almost all of them. Unless you need to sit on the other side of the room I would invest in a cabled solution. There is no battery costs or need to re-charge when your busy, it responds quicker and they last longer.
Turn the mouse over and find the small
rest/connect button on the bottom of the mouse and press it.
This should connect the mouse to the receiver and work properly.
If not, try pressing the receiver button and then press the button on
the mouse. This should be done whenever you change batteries or
Hope this helps you. Bud
I assume there is no second mouse on the system and you are using keyboard commands. Try the following in the device manager..
Press Control-Esc or press the Windows key on your keyboard to bring up the Start menu.
Using the up arrow key, highlight "Settings."
Right arrow key to "Control Panel" and press the enter key.
Use the arrow keys to highlight the System icon and press the Enter key.
Use the right arrow key to select the Device Manager tab. (For Windows
XP/2000 , use the right arrow key select the "Hardware" tab. Now
use the tab key, select the "Device Manager" button and press the enter
Use the "Tab" key to select the "Computer Icon" at the top of the list of device icons.
Use the down arrow key to highlight the Mouse icon.
Use the right arrow key to open the mouse icon and verify there is
a mouse icon that states, "HID-compliant mouse," and another entry that
states the name of your USB device.
If there are any errors reported on these icons by exclamation
points or red X's, highlight these icons using the arrow keys and "Tab"
to the "Remove" button and press the enter key. (For Windows XP/2000 ,
highlight these icons using the arrow keys and then press Alt-A keys.
From the "Action" menu, highlight "Uninstall" and press the enter key.)
When the "Confirm Device Removal" box appears, press the enter key.
Once these icons have been removed, use the Tab key to get to the
"Refresh" button and allow Windows to re-detect the pointing device.
(If u r using Windows XP/2000 , press the Alt-A keys. From the "Action" menu,
select "Scan for hardware changes" and press the Enter key.)
Use the arrow keys to open the Mouse icon again and verify that there are no errors reported.
Power down the computer system and restart Windows.