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Gyration remote control will not sync with the rf receiver.

I bought a gyration remote control on ebay and I can't get it to sync with the receiver. I press the connect button on both but after a few secnds they quit flashing but they never sync.
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I had this issue and this is what I did.
1: Control panel
2: Double click Mouse (To access "Mouse Properties)
3: On top click Hardware
4 Check how many hardwares you have and one by one highlight them and click properties and update the drivers.

Try that and post any message

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