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Cannot get the mouse to connect the arrow

Do not have instruction with the purchase therefore no idea how to start

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  • ZEYACOOK Sep 23, 2008

    I LOST MY INSTRUCTIONS SOMEHOW I CONNECTED THE KEYBOARD BUT I CAN'NT CONNECT THE MOUSE

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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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