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the receiver transmitter should have came with the mouse and keyboard if it was purchased as a packeged set. receiver transmitter should be small with two cords or one cord for usb if not, goto logitech and look for that model for item.
change the mouse battery and there is a button named connect on mouse keep pressing the connect button for 3-4 minuts and keep mouse near wireless device which is connected to the computer in USB port then restart your computer and mouse will work fine.
To fix the problem, please press the connect connect button on the bottom of the mouse and the connect button on the reciever and relaese both the buttons together. this would rest the wireless connection and then the mouse should work fine.
Most wireless keyboards and mice have their own wireless receivers (one that should be connected to the computer). The wireless receiver usually has a connect button that you need to press in order for you to connect the keyboard or the mouse. Try holding down the connect button on the receiver and on the keyboard at the same time for five seconds and release them both after five minutes.
disconnect the small wireless dongle from the back of your computer..reboot the computer..put it back in,,and then press the connect button on bothe mouse and the keyboard to check,,the battery of teh mouse and the keyboard shud be checked if possible
To connect the keyboard or mouse to the computer, you must connect the wireless device through the USB port and get it to hold a good connection. You do not have to install any devices to use these products, they automatically work when you plug them in. When it says that the device is recognized, you are ready to use it! If you have a desktop, you can also plug the wireless device to the mouse port. The keyboard and mouse work properly up to 5' away from the connected wireless device. If you can get the wireless device to work properly, you should have no troubles with the product.
First make sure the receiver is plugged into the computer. Second make sure you have fresh batteries in the keyboard and they are installed in the correct orientation. Then try the following:
1. Press the Connect button on the receiver. The receiver's LEDs will go into a sequential flashing to indicate that the receiver is ready to accept a connection.
2. Press the Connect button on the bottom of the keyboard. The receiver's LEDs will now stop flashing sequentially. Then all the LEDs go off briefly, then they will all flash once before returning to the state it was in before the connect button was pressed.
3. Your keyboard should now be connected to the receiver.
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