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If by successful installation you mean that you plugged in the USB dongle and it installed then I would suggest putting in the disc that came with your mouse and going through that installation process to make sure mouse is properly and full installed.
If that doesn't work then I would try to restart the whole computer with the USB dongle attached which will let the computer finish installing the USB driver that was installed when it was first plugged in
If you have a usb extension cable try plugging it in so you can place it on a firm surface when you press the sync buttons. Have heard of some issues with activating both mouse and fob buttons at once because of difficulty in reaching the fobs sync button.
There may be a very small button, recessed on the bottom of the mouse, and one on the transceiver, which need to be pushed with the tip of a ballpoint pen. They cause the two devices to sync to each other and that makes the wireless mouse work right.
Also, be sure you have plugged the transceiver into the right socket on the back of the PC. Some require it be plugged into the keyboard socket, others into the mouse socket, and then of course, there are the ones that use a USB port. My Microsoft wireless mouse uses USB, and works like a charm.