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Mx600 laser cordless mouse configure

Hi just bought this wireless mouse but wont configure? i tried but i dont work maybe i did something wrong or it's damage item. thanks a lot

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There should be a synchronizing button on the receiver and the transmitter (the mouse). Press the botton first on the the receiver then on the mouse. It should resync connections. Consider it broken if it won't.

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