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I had to reinstall my windows xp and my mouse does not work

It is microsoft wirelee notebook optical mouse model 1023..i don't know how to down load or set it up to work

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First, XP (assuming you have XP--although Vista should act just the same), recognized this type of mouse automatically. All you have to do is plug in the sending unit (a USB device) and Windows should say it found new hardware and install it for you. You then make sure there are batteries in the mouse and turn it on (if it has a switch) and push the little button on the bottom of the mouse that says "connect."
You should then be in business.
Some sending units have a button on them to locate the device--after the mouse is turned on, you push that button and then the mouse button.
Hope that does it for you.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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