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plug in the receiver in a USB port. The mouse will have a button to push to synch to the USB adaptor.. Once it find it, Wilndows will install drivers and then good to go.. It will most likely show as a HID device when you are all done.. be sure you have good batteries when you do that.
you may need to first add a bluetooth device to ur pc/laptop.
There's usually a "synch" button on the mouse..check underneath where the batteries go..it may be larger, if built to follow the design of the mouse or it may be smaller if its "clearly a button".
You need to attach the bluetooth dongle to ur pc/laptop, then after the drivers install, press the synchchronize button on the mouse.
Pluging everything in is not enough. The wireless devices have to be synched. That involves pressing a small button on the receiver and underneath mouse and keyboard, for a second or so. Re syncing my wireless Keyboard Mouse
Watch the video.
You should be able to reestablish connection by pushing and briefly holding the connect button on the receiver until the light begins to flash. Once it's flashing you can push and briefly hold the connect button on the bottom of the mouse. Once they are synched the light on the receiver should turn solid.
Be sure that you have new batteries installed in the keyboard and the mouse.
After booting up into windows, plug them back in and see if windows detects them, if it does detect them it should install the drivers for the mouse and keyboard. If it doesn't then go here and download the drivers for it:
If after downloading and installing the drivers the mouse or/and keyboard still doesn't work, hit the connect button on the receiver for the keyboard and mouse. Then hit the connect button on the keybyoard and mouse.
This will make sure that both the keyboard and mouse synch with one another. If they still won't work after all these steps then you know for sure that either the keyboard and/or mouse are definitely bad and would need to be replaced.
Underneath the keyboard is a little 're-set' button. When you push this it re-synchs with the wireless antenna. Make sure you hold it down long enough fo rthe keyboard to synch, usually about 5 - 7 seconds.
Try clicking on the left mouse button. I have a relative with a wireless mouse and found that it sometimes loses connection and that clicking on the mouse button 'woke it up' and started working again.
There should be a tiny sync button on the mouse and the USB receiver that connects to your computer. Make sure your computer is on and loaded, then connect the USB receiver, and make sure the batteries are functional in the mouse. Once it's set up, simply press the sync button on the receiver, then press the sync button on the mouse and wait for it to sync up.
If your wireless adapter is bluetooth, you'll have to install the software that came with your mouse, and use the software to synch the mouse.