I am having Problems with the Corporate Express Wireless Optical , USB Compatible, Silver/Black Mouse. When I use it with my computer it stops the screen saver from working. There are quite a few general "fixs" which I have tried to include removing offending conflicting software, esp the DVD software. What it seems to boil down to is I need the updated drivers which both Microsoft and Logitic claims to have fixed the problems when using their products. How do I get the updated drivers for the Corp Exp setup?
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I read this is a mouse that runs on batteries not a cable. "Targus AMW05US Wireless Optical Mouse, Black/Silver, Rechargeable, Wireless freedom RF wireless technology provides a clean, uncluttered workspace free from cables" http://salestores.com/targusam.html?gclid=CJS-nLn0pMcCFVOQHwod2AYJ4w#.VcvzQf3bK7g
Wireless mouse and keyboard are supposed to work on chromebook. It is supposed to work just by inserting USB dongel in port. If won't work, test it on a Windows or Mac computer. Wireless mouse and keyboard are supposed to work on chromebook, see customers report at amazon
it should come with a dongle that you put into a USB port. Once connected if you are using either XP or Vista it will auto install, a small window will open near the bottom left of your screen telling you that a device is installing.
So no it does not need a install disk
This is a deceptive little beastie. As you look at the mouse, you will see that the front approximately 1/3 consists of the left and right mouse buttons and the scroll wheel. The rest appears to be a one piece cover with the black area with the GE logo in the middle. There's the tricky part. The black part with the Logo is the housing for the USB plug in part (so you can keep it with the mouse when transporting it). The rest of that (silver on my mouse) is the battery cover. You open it up by gripping the little raised line on each side of the cover and pull backwards while holding the front by the black area under the mouse buttons. The cover (only the silver part, the black is attached to the rest of the mouse) will slide backwards and Voila! There are your batteries.
I used a paring knife to try pulling the usb out of the mouse while pushing the button. On the 3rd side it must have straightened it out or pushed it in to place and to my surprise it slid right out. It has been working perfectly ever since. I really do like that little mouse.
I have a Microsoft wireless optical mouse 3000. There is a silver button on the end of the mouse that usually faces you when using the mouse. Press that silver button- while holding the button in, use your fingernail or something to help with gently lifting the main panel on the top part of the mouse. Lift up on the end of the panel that is closest to the silver button. The panel comes entirely off, revealing the inset battery. It took me a while to figure it out since I installed the first battery.. it has lasted over a year. Hope this helps with yours. Have a blessed day!
Try disconnecting the Mouse Receiver from the
USB port and reinstall the CD software program. When
the program asks you to connect the MouseReceiver to the USB
port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud