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Forgot how to turn on wireless mouse

I forgot how to turn on my wireless mouse. it is a toshiba model N745. i dont remember whether to plug the flash drive in first or how many times to press the flash drive button.

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  • dr_elizabeth Jan 09, 2009

    batteries are good. but my question is how many times or for how long do i hold the usb button for? (there is an actual button on the flash drive)

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Plug in the USB. Look under the mouse for the select button to the "on" position. Ensure batteries are good.

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    Randall Trahan Jan 11, 2009

    If you are still having problems please reply with a step by step process you are following. Not aware nor have I ever experienced a situation with a wireless mouse that needed to "press the flash drive button". Thanks

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