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You haven't said what kind of mouse you have or whether it used to work. I'll offer some suggestions for the most common problems: If it used to work but now doesn't, try a system restore back to when it did work. If that doesn't work--are you using a wireless mouse? If so, are the batteries fresh and are they inserted correctly? If you are using a wireless mouse, have you pushed the little "connect" button on the bottom? You haven't said, but is the other mouse a wireless one or a USB mouse? If your USB mouse doesn't work, try another USB port. If you go into the device manager, do you see a "human interface device" or a "mouse" listed? If so, it will tell you the system recognizes the device. If that is missing, there is a good chance the mouse is dead.
If this happens to all of the wireless networks that you are trying to connect to. then it might be an issue with the wireless card or the operating system.
However, if this only happens to one or you haven't notice if it happens to all the wireless networks. What you can do is to delete the wireless profile saved on your laptop and try to reconnect. Also, you may want to try to change your wireless network name on your router.
hope that works. If still not, please provide some more details including the operating system that you are using in order for me to better assist you.
1. If it is a wired mouse, please disconnection your mouse from the notebook and reconnect it in 10 seconds, if it doesnt work, try connecting it in other USB/PS2 port if available. If still it doesnt work, your mouse is faulty, try replacing it.
2. If its a wireless/cordless mouse, try replacing the batteries, this should work.
Wireless device like the mouse needs a wireless connectivity to a computer like a bluetooth or a wireless receiver. Make sure that your mouse batteries are all working and the wireless receiver is properly plug into the USB(Universal Serial Bus) port of the computer. The wireless receiver don't need battery so you don't have to worry about it. The two both have a push button, press both buttons to activate the connection. Wireless connections has limit in distance so make sure that you are not too far away from the receiver while using the mouse and that is 9 feet or 2.7 meters so keep that in mind. When the cursor moves when you move the mouse, you have connected the
mouse properly. If the cursor doesn't move, try repositioning the
receiver. If it still doesn't work, you may need to restart your
computer (if you haven't already) or reconnect everything.
I don't think the wenger swiss spyder wireless mouse is compatable with the Microsoft wireless receiver. I think you will have to use the spyder reciever for the mouse and the Microsoft receiver for the keyboard.
there is a reconnect button on the receaver I beleave you need to press the reconnect button on the receaver first then the one on the mouse to reconnect. Also make sure you have charged and working battery in place.
This seems to be a old problem and if you don\t need assistance in solving it. It would be great if you would share to the world how you fixed your problem so other users can benefit from your experience.