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The audio from my laptop works great with the wireless link to my projector untill i let the mouse sit still for about 4 to 5 seconds and then the video pauses for a moment and the picks up where it left off. then when i move my mouse again it catches back up to the audio. in summerie mouse moving works great not moving video lags.

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If it still doesn't work, try shutting down your laptop completely instead of just rebooting it.

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Sadly, with these, along with replacing the battery, that's the only option.

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Cracked it! Instructions and website are useless!
What it does not tell you to do is:-
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2. put batteries in mouse, it turns on automatically but turn it off by pressing the button underneath for 3 - 5 seconds.
3. Press the button on the wireless usb stick until the green light on the stick comes on. When you release the button it stays on for about 10 seconds. In the time that the green light is on turn on the mouse with a short press on the button underneath to register with the wireless usb stick.
4. Well it worked with mine after I figured it out - no thanks to the instructions. tried on vista ultra and xp home.

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I have a dell wireless mouse and it used to connect with my computer and work fine. I've had it almost a year but now it will not connect to my dell laptop. The light on my laptop and on the mouse will...


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If that work, do the same for the mouse.

Hope this helps and have a great day!

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I hope this helps,

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