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I unplugged the "adapter" (not sure that is the right word) from the computer and then realized it was the connector for my wireless Microsoft InteliMouse Explorer 2.0 Model 1007 and I now can not get it to "connect" and start moving my curser. I shut down the computer (probably incorrectly) but it still does not work. How do you connect the two? I can't find the manual on the internet either. Thanks, Gail

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  • kropf Dec 07, 2008

    THANKS!! That worked just fine!!!

    Gail

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Try unplugging the Mouse again, then take the Power Lead out the back of the PC, and leave it to stand for a few mins atleast. Then plug the USB Mouse back in, plug the Power Lead back into back of PC and Boot Up. That should work for you.

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