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How do you set the 5 customizable buttons on the Kinsington Ci60 optical wireless mouse?

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You need to install the software that came with the mouse. If you already did that you just need to open the software and program them as you wish

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The microsoft wireless mouse stopped working after a power failure. I get a message that says the USB device is not there. But I cannot navigate my computer w/o the mouse


The Microsoft wireless mouse comes with a wireless receiver, right? Before you do anything, the first thing that you can try is to replace the batteries with fresh ones.

If same problem occur, try to connect the wireless receiver into different USB ports of the computer. Then check if your wireless receiver and mouse has a connect button. If it does have connect buttons, briefly press the connect button on the receiver, then hold down the connect button on the mouse for 5 seconds. Then release the connect buttons.

If you get the same problem, hold down both connect buttons (receiver and mouse) at the same time for 5 seconds.

Last, try to connect the wireless receiver into different computer. If you get the same problem, send the receiver and mouse to the manufacturer for repair.

Thank you and good luck!

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Setting up mouse buttons


Hi,

You can download the MouseWorks software here. Scroll down until you see it, and choose your operating system. Please let me know if you need further information.

Thanks

Mar 10, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Technika optical wireless mouse not working


Make sure the mouse is linking to the wireless receiver on you have plugged into the computer (there should be a reset button on the mouse to establish a new link).

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Wireless mouse not working properly


I had the same problem, please check if the batteries are fitted properly, if not the put them properly, it should solve the problem.
Batteries on Mouse/Keyboad and reciever(if any), if its a optical kind of thing, it gives problem, later I got the laser one, it works perfect.

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My wireless optical mouse is no longer working


You replaced the batteries. Okay. Did you install drivers for the mouse from a CD? Are you using Windows XP? Do you notice any change if you use the mouse on a darker surface as opposed to lighter surface? If the computer installed the drivers for you, then you might want to delete them in Device Manager (might be called something like HID-Compliant Mice. Single click on that entry, press the delete key. You might have to reboot your PC after that. From there you might have to unplug, then plug in the mouse again and you should notice the driver reinstalling. Give it a second and all should be good.

*Access the Device Manager by right-clicking on My Computer, select Properties, go to the Hardware tab and select Device Manager.

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When i bought my wireless optical mouse, and then put the batteries etc. after i assembled it, i tried to test it out and it didnt work


you have to enable your wireless optical mouse in your control panel, click the mouse settings there, and dont forget to install the software or driver of this

Nov 14, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I have purchased a Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 700 (Keyboard & mouse). I have plugged the wireless receiver in, and get a flashing green light when I press the button on the front. The green...


When you say you pressed the connect buttons on both the keyboard and mouse, do you mean you pressed the connect button on the receiver, and then you pressed the connect buttons on the mouse and keyboard? If not, then that's what you have to do. The 30 seconds of blinking on the receiver is normal, as it gives you time to find and press the buttons on the mouse and keyboard.

I hope this helps, and good luck!

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Wireless mouse


it's usually a button on end, side, or bottom. Of course, you could always just remove the batteries, no?

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