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since it is a wireless bluetooth mouse, you should make sure that each time you restart your system make sure that the bluetoth is enabled nd working. Also see the battery check on the mouse. if you are having more than one USB port, make sure you try on them too. Hope to hear from you.
wireless mouse / keyboards work on different channels, to avoid interference with other wireless units. There is a procedure for mouse to relearn the operating channel, usually hitting a hidden button on the receiving unit, and then hitting a similar button on the underside of the mouse. When successful, a light will blink on the receiver.
1. Go to Start->Run and type in "services.msc" and click OK
2. Find "Bluetooth Support Service" in the list of services and double click to open the properties window
3. Click on the "Log On" tab and select "Local System Account" for "Log on as:"
4. Click Apply and OK
5. Right click on "Bluetooth Support Service" and select stop then right click on "Bluetooth Support Service" again and select start
6. You may need to reconnect your bluetooth devices; everything should be working now.
If it the one I think it is, you don't need to leave usb in, that is used to recharge. Disconnect when charged. No need to switch of, these go into stand by when not in use,
Only use usb, when obvious micky batts are running out, cursor will want to go too sleep, reconnect usb and use while charging!
I have used allot of different wireless plug and play devices but this by far is the crappiest one by far I am no slouch when it comes to troubleshooting things on my PC but this mouse is junk Problems from day one. My advice is return it before it's too late and buy a different brand. I like the page forward and back right ast my finger tips but the connectivity issues are not worth the hassel
Hi there. Some wireless mice seem to go into some kind of sleep mode, in other words if you leave them for an amount of time they disconnect, the way to reconnect is to right click while moving the mouse. Also check to make sure that the batteries in the mouse are seated properly.