Question about Newton Power MoGo (MG-100-01-0012-01) Mouse

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Inability To Activate MOGO

I have followed the instructions - charged the Mouse; told the Windows XP to ignore the lack of a driver; pressed the connect button; inserted the Bluetooth USB dongal that came with the mouse and no pairing takes place even after ten minutes. I must be missing something.

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Pairing is a two part process. The device to be paired has to be put in pairing mode and the host computer has to run the "search for new devices" wizaed in the Bluetooth Manager.

Once the computer identifies the device to be paired it has to be selected for connection.

Tha t will complete the link and it does not have to be repeated.

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I solved the problem by upgrading the Bluesoleil software I was supplied with (Bluetooth) to the most recent version (at the modest cost of 19 Euros). After I did that, the proper menus came up to search for the mouse device and a connection was established! Of course, the user manual was no help.

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