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New mouse not working

A New wireless mouse and keyboard . Keyboard works mouse doesn't new batteries in both. Disk installed as per instructions.

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  • TubbyGrey May 11, 2010

    Can you give a hint..

    is it usb..??

    bluetooth..??

    optical..??

    What brand of mouse and keyboard..??

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Check on the bottom of the mouse to see if it has a reset button. If so press so it can reset and connect. If that doesn't work, press the button on the receiver and then the button on the bottom of the mouse. Hope this is of help to you. Bud

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