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Went onto laptop today and mouse is working - don't know why !

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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Just Bought new one ! Present one outlived warrenty period. Problem unlikely to be both in mouse and adaptor, so have a spare for the good one. Thanks

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How do i get my wireless technika mouse wm110pk to connect to my laptop?


Insert the USB dongle that came with your technika wireless mouse into a USB computer port on your machine.

This dongle, which resembles a regular flash drive in appearance, can be plugged into any available USB port.

Once inserted, it immediately turns on.


Insert the required amount of batteries (typically two AA batteries, though it changes depending on the model) into the compartment on the bottom of your HP wireless mouse.

Flip the "ON" switch on the bottom of your technika wireless mouse.


Press the "Sync" button on the bottom of your technika wireless mouse.

The mouse will now sync with your computer and will be immediately usable.


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My wireless mouse wont work


The wireless mouse functions with batteries. Snap open the location area at buttom of mouse to either check for misalligned batteries or dead batteries requiring replacement. Also, the wireless mouse has an adpater cable that is connected to the computer USB area from where signals are acquired during functionality. Make sure every connectable cables to the computer are firmly in place. Sometimes, the computer may require restarting to capture wireless establishments if an disconnections were encountered once computer was still on. Make sure every connectables are firmly in place, restart the computer for desired functionality. Also, a restart of the computer should diagnose the malfunction of mouse attachements. Improtant notes: A new wireless mouse may have required installation of softwares, opening the computer wireless devices estblihment area to regulate captions on the new setup priop to first acquisition of wireless mouse functionality. Good luck

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How do I change the AAA batteries in my GE Wireless Optical Mini Mouse


Grip the sides of the mouse with both hands and slide the battery cover
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Yes, There are always batteries in a wireless mouse. Always.

Somewhere on the mouse (usually on bottom, underneath) is a release button to peel the mouse open. you will find it rather quickly how to do this.


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Open mouse to replace batteries for giga ware mouse


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Batteries for GE wireless optical mouse


Normal 0 The GE mouse doesn't have a little door to open on the bottom, Try this.
Just behind the Left and Right keys where your hand rests, apply firm pressure down on the cover and slide to the rear. Some mouse manufactures have used this type of access to replace the batteries.
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u need to get the wireless kit replaced

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