Question about Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 5000 Keyboard/Mouse
I need the link to instructions on re-programming a dongle to work a keyboard and mouse (a set at each location) at two desk locations that I travel back and forth between with my notebook computer. I recently learned that this was possible and can't find my instructions from the original purchase. Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The devices probably came with a USB cable and a receiver, or just a USB equiped receiver, that you need to plug into your computer. Go ahead and plug the cable and receiver into the computer so that your wireless mouse and keyboard has a means to communicate with the computer. Next, Here is a website address where you can download drivers for your mouse and keyboard. You must first choose either mouse or keyboard, then the exact product and model, then the operating system, and finally the language. repeat the process for the other device (mouse or keyboard, whichever you did not choose first). Good Luck! And let me know if there are any further problems.
Posted on May 24, 2008
i wanna know about Microsoft
Wireless Notebook Mouse model 1023, is there any driver software need
to that mouse, please tell me sir
need a driver, mouse works but USB doesn't light up
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
Fixing the wheel/scroll malfunction was as simple as a reboot. I usually shut down in hibernate. Apparently the system needed a complete reboot to reset.
Thank you for following up.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
There should be a button underneath the mouse and on the reciever that says "connect" press them and the mouse should now work.
Good luck and thanks for using Fixya!!!
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
My green light on the receiver is ON. The mouse battery is new. The red LASER switches with movement. I read all of the posts, than I pulled apart the receiver and the wires were OK. There is a micro-switch in the receiver, so I pushed it when plugged in to the computer. The green light flashes, then I pushed the button on the bottom of the mouse, it connects. To make short of this, do not open the receiver case, just use a pen and push the green "connect" light (must be in USB port), it will activate reset switch and blink. Next, push "connect" on the bottom of mouse.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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