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Wireless Mouse Hi, have you found a solution to fix the wireless mouse & usb. Mine don't see each other either. How do you get it to work?

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  • vhuck1 Jan 11, 2009

    The computer sees the USB part but the mouse has stopped seeing the USB port.

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Did you use the CD software program when you installed your Keyboard and Mouse?
Hopefully you have the receiver plugged into the USB port and have batteries in both the keyboard and mouse.
Hope this is of some help. Let me know as I will try to assist you further. Bud

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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Sir/Mam good day,

Is your mouse device also wireless? you need to resync it with it's receiver,
you may follow the methods below to make your wireless usb mouse works.

You need to press the button on your wireless mouse receiver, and make sure that the light on your wireless mouse
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*And also the cables that are included with the wireless receiver, try to use another cables if the
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*If you're device is connected to a usb hub, disconnect it from the usb hub and directly connect it to
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*When fixing this type of problem you need to have only one usb device
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*When you have other usb devices, you need to
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*Another possible remedy to this problem is checking the interference, your wireless
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* If the problem persists after doing all of the above steps, maybe it's time to update
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* If all of the methods above did not solve your wireless mouse problem. You can
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If all of these methods fail, you better have your wireless usb mouse be check
by a professional computer technician in order not to further damage your device.

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