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Hi most cordless mouse or keyboard use a usb adaptor you plug this into a usb port on your computer then press a button usually on the bottom of the mouse and then this connects it with your computer, if you buy them new you should get a installation cd with it and just run this in your computer and you should then have no problems
so to answer your question yes any wireless mouse or keyboard will work with any computer as long as your usb ports are working,
you should have no problems as long as you follow the installation instructions that come with the mouse, follow those and you will be up and running in no time, just remember you need to change the batteries every 6 to 12 months to ensure it keeps working at its best.
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This is what I read on the net. May help you too/
"Gyration Wireless Keyboard and MouseFor a few months now I've been happily using a Gyration Wireless Keyboard and Mouse for my Windows Media Center. I've been extremely happy with this combo. The mouse can be used without needing a table or surface (you just wave it in the air). It takes a while to get used to this, but once you do then you are free to walk around etc while you control the mouse. The mouse comes with a charging station and also has an optical sensor so that I can be used as a regular mouse. They keyboard is very small, and is running on it's original set of batteries. It's perfect for MCE as I can easily hide it. Another bonus is that the keyboard requires no drivers and works on the BIOS screen in case you need to make any tweaks etc. A few weeks ago, my mouse flaked out though. On Monday I finally got around to calling them. The support experience was fantastic. I got a human on the first ring and he told me to send it back to them (no need to find my receipt or anything). Today I got my replacement (total of 4 day turnaround). Now that's great service!"
Try using it. It really may not require a CD to install. Just plug it in and off you go. All the best.
Windows system restore will take your computer back to the settings it had before you first installed the mouse software. It should give you a list a restore points (dates) by date and by application that was installed on your computer over a period of months, possibly years (haven't tested that out yet). So everytime you install an application you have the option of undoing the install even if uninstall doesn't work. The beauty of it is that it doesn't change any of your documents, emails, personal data under your user files. I can only speak for Vista and windows7 OS. Can't rtemeber if XP has this - probably not.
Greetings, You can buy any other style or brand of mouse and it will work right along side of the Wacom. I chose to keep my Logitech wireless mouse after installing my Wacom tablet because it provided a better feature set (i.e. more buttons ). I have had no issues. Please rate me well if this helped. Take Care, -WN