Question about Belkin Mini Wireless Optical Mouse F8E825-USB
On windows 7, after logging out and switching off and back on the mouse doesn't work. I have to log back in using the keyboard then press the button on the USB dongle and the mouse a few times until they connect. The dongle is in the rear of the PC directly into the motherboard and hard to access. we have separate logins for us and the kids. is there any way of making the mouse start straight away on power up ?
A Belkin Mini Wireless Optical Mouse frees you from the restriction imposed by the limit of the wire that your mouse uses to connect to your computer. The Belkin model works up to three feet away from the receiver and operates on a 27 MHz frequency. It's smaller than a regular mouse, making it easy to add it to a laptop case or desk drawer without losing much space in the process. Before you can use the Belkin Mini Wireless Optical mouse, you must install it. The receiver and the mouse should sync automatically; if they don't, you must perform the sync manually.
1 Press the bottom release tab on the top cover of the mouse. Insert the batteries included in the package and replace the cover.
2 Turn on your computer. Plug the Belkin USB receiver into a USB port on your computer. The drivers will install automatically.
3 Press the sync button on top of the USB receiver and then press the sync button on the bottom of the mouse to connect the two devices.
Posted on Jul 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Belkin Wireless Mouse
Today I tried pressing the reset button on the bottom of the mouse, and at the same time pressed the button on the top of the remote reciever. I'd pressed both in the past, but never at the same time. This seems to have fixed this problem. I hope it's a solution for others also.
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
Yes and no...
"Wireless enabled" means you do not need a separate adapter to connect to a wireless NETWORK or computer, not a peripheral device.
I assume the two connectors are PS/2- plugs - one pink, the other one green. What you need is a PS/2- -to-USB adapter that should have come with your keyboard. PS/2-in, USB-out, either with or without the cables (see picture)
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
keep the dongle for possible future use. YES! you can use the built in bluetooth card on your computer, just right-click the bluetooth icon at the bottom right corner of you screen on the system tray and choose add device, then a wizard should pop-up. follow the on screen instruction (very straight forward) you might have to press the bluetooth buttons on the keyboard and mouse for the computer to locate or find the devices. then just add them up.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Check whether the mouse is detected in device manager and proper drivers has been installed.if not install the latest drivers, from the CD which is came along with the mouse or from vendors site will solve your problem.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
I had this problem too!!! I turned off the mouse and then did the button thing!!! I know it say to turn it on first but this is what worked for me! good luck
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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