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Look through the settings in the game you are playing, for keyboard and mouse settings. There is usually a section for assigning functions to the mouse. If you are not using it in a game, you may need driver software for the mouse. Contact the manufacturer. If there is no driver software available, you may need to purchase a new one that comes with software for that purpose.
It is called a dongle. To be perfectly honest, the price of a wireless mouse has sugnifacantly decreased, and they extremely affordable. I have seen them below 10 bucks. It is also possible to purchase a mouse that needs no dongle...some are bluetooth (if your laptop has that feature) and others are wifi capable. Of course the least expensive will be with the USB Dongle. Hope this helps.
I tried searching case logic's site for support for this mouse...but to no avail. Apparently this was a hit and run product they never looked back on. Anyways, I found a few answers from other users on the net. Here's one such solution I could glean. Hope it helps:
1) Locate the 'reset' button on the bottom of the mouse. (Tiny little black button on ours...)
2) Plug in the USB receiver. The blue LED button should light steadily.
3) Turn on the mouse. Hold it near the USB receiver.
4) Push the blue LED button on the receiver, and as it begins flashing slowly, push the reset button on the bottom of the mouse. This should synchronize the mouse and the USB receiver within moments.
5) If the blue LED button on the USB receiver begins flashing very rapidly, the mouse and the USB receiver are communicating, and the mouse should begin to work.
If it does not, the battery in the mouse may need to be removed and replaced, then the whole process started again...
If it works, you'll probably have to go into Mouse Properties in your Device Manager and adjust the response of the mouse, because the default settings are often positively crazy sensitive!
Goo0dness, Had this myself just last week. Fortunately I had the old keyboard and mouse and plugged it in to get access. I deleted the wireless keyboard from device manager. rebooted the machine, quickly changed the mouse and keyboard back to the wireless one and it all came back on. saved me buying a new one. Hope this works for you.
sometimes adapters do not work. this might work start computer without mouse. you may have to work with keyboard tab key as you press tab key you should see the icons highlighted install drivers plug in mouse to usb if lucky O/S will recognize mouse and setup