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Re: The 2 red lights on the right side of the mouse...
usually the receiver is powered via the connection to the pc. ( ps2 style sockets usually green and purple ) dependant upon make/model of wireless. i would suggest replacing the batterys. on the mouse. these do use more power than the keyboard. roughly 5 to 1 or more.
after replacing the batteries. ( 2 x AA Or 2 x AAA ) press the button on the bottom of the mouse, and should have a button on the reciever. to syncronise the pair together.
In regards to your question, you may have 2 lights on the receiver. 1 for transmit, and 1 for receive.
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I just had the same problem. If you look at the picture carefully, it's the mouse & the red light means you need to change the battery in your mouse. The picture just to the left of mouse picture is the keyboard so if that turns red, then you need to change the batteries in your keyboard.
With the buttons toward the top:
The top LEFT slider button is for power. Slide toward the outside for ON. Light on top of mouse turns green after about 1 second, and stays green for about 10 seconds (assuming the batteries are okay). When the batteries are failing, it blinks red.
The top Right PUSH button sends a connection signal to the PC. When pressed, the indicator light on the top flashes green and red, indicating the special connection signal.
This is the mouse side of the equation (good batteries, slider turned on, connection button pressed and released.).
NOW: the PC must have a working receiver, with drivers installed, and Bluetooth software installed. it sould detect the mouse. If it asks for a passkey, say none (mouse doesn't need passkey).
You should not need Microsoft Intellipoint. it doesn't have a configuration for this particular mouse model anyway.
I suggest you look for a small and thin button that is located in one of the sides where the receiver is placed at the bottom of the mouse.
If this button is broken then there lies your problem.
Turn the mouse over and find the small
rest/connect button on the bottom of the mouse and press it to
Reset/Connect the mouse to the receiver and work properly.
If not, try pressing the receiver button and then press
the mouse. This should be done whenever you change batteries or
Hope this helps you. Bud
After reading on Microsoft about replacing the batteries, down loading drivers and "press the button on the receiver and the
connect button the receiver" - I got frustrated and almost gave it flight. Then my wife stepped in
and realized that there was a green reset button on the USB connector as well.
(who knew?) SO.... you press the green light (which is a button) and release it....
should blink. Then go to THE MOUSE portion and press the connect button
for 5 seconds or so.... and wala...... One mouse that plays again! This ones gonna cost me! :) I hope this one works for ya!