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Wireless mouse how do i setup the wireless mouse to my computer

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Re: wireless mouse

With USB wireless mice, you plug in the USB wireless adapter, and turn on the mouse. Windows XP should automatically install the software, if not, install the software on the disk that the mouse came with (if there is one). If there isn't a disk, Windows XP will most likely install the drivers automatically. Press the connect button on both the mouse, and the USB adapter, and it should all work. Good Luck

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How do I setup a wireless mouse on a desktop

To setup a wireless mouse regardless of its type, do the following:

1. Insert the USB transmitter (this could look like a mini plug or a stick) and wait for windows to complete installation.
2. Once this is successful, turn on the mouse by holding down the power button. Or insert the disc that came with the mouse and run the installer. The installer will install the device drivers and setup your mouse's configuration panel which will reside in your system tray.

Make sure that the mouse has batteries and that it is switched on for it to work. It will glow red when it is switched on.

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My wireless mouse wont work

The wireless mouse functions with batteries. Snap open the location area at buttom of mouse to either check for misalligned batteries or dead batteries requiring replacement. Also, the wireless mouse has an adpater cable that is connected to the computer USB area from where signals are acquired during functionality. Make sure every connectable cables to the computer are firmly in place. Sometimes, the computer may require restarting to capture wireless establishments if an disconnections were encountered once computer was still on. Make sure every connectables are firmly in place, restart the computer for desired functionality. Also, a restart of the computer should diagnose the malfunction of mouse attachements. Improtant notes: A new wireless mouse may have required installation of softwares, opening the computer wireless devices estblihment area to regulate captions on the new setup priop to first acquisition of wireless mouse functionality. Good luck

Jan 11, 2011 | Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 v2.0

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My son moved the dell wireless keyboard and mouse from our home computer to use in his room now I cannot get it to work on our home computer again. Help

Please follow the bellow steps to setup the wireless mouse and keyboard again.
1) Check whether the batteries are working in the both device.

2) Connect the 3rd kit with the PC in the USB port (receiver).

3) Press the knob for wireless activation on the receiver along with the same of the keyboard (back side of the keyboard) for 4-5 seconds. It will activate keyboard.

4. Now press the wireless knob of the keyboard as well as of the mouse - mouse will start to work along with keyboard.

Hope the solution will work fine.
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Jul 13, 2010 | Dell Wireless Keyboard Optical Mouse w0147

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I just received a new wireless keyboard and mouse and there are no instructions for installing. It just says to see system setup.

Go to hardware/software manager and click the check mark so the wirless keyboard and mouse can actually gain access to your computer

Aug 14, 2009 | Dell Wireless Keyboard Optical Mouse w0147

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My computer stopped recognizing my wireless keyboard & mouse. Says it's missing a driver or that the device is malfunctioning. Don't think it's a battery prob. Do I need a new driver?...

Uninstall the Keyboard driver.
Unplug the Logitech keyboard.
Restart the computer.
Plug the Logitech keyboard back into the computer.
Windows should recognise the keyboard and/or the mouse.
Place Logitech setup disk in drive.
Reload the drivers...

The drivers sometimes corrupt themselves..
You might download the latest drivers for your keyboard/mouse.

Jun 28, 2009 | Logitech Wireless Access Duo Optical...

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We have a 1027 wireless microsoft keyboard and a mouse

Go into your Control Panel, and select the icons (seperatly ofcourse) for your mouse and keyboard and make sure they are in the list for each and are activated. Also, uninstall the drivers for them, and re-install them with the disc provided that came with them. I hope this works for you. Also, after uninstalling the drivers and software, restart the computer, then insert the disc and run setup.

Apr 01, 2009 | Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse

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Wireless Mouse 6000 controlling two computers

Try setting each one up from the start with the other disconnected and off. Start with yours first since it seems your receiver has synced with her mouse. I'm guessing because yours was setup second.

Jan 07, 2009 | Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 v2.0

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Wireless mouse

Normal 0 Go to Control Panel and click on the Mouse icon. Then the mouse properties will appear showing the mouse buttons. Check to make sure they are set properly.
Hope this helps. Bud

Jan 01, 2009 | Toshiba Wireless Mouse PA3205U-1ETC

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Wireless mouse


STEP 1 - Battery Installation:
The first step in installing your Wireless Wheel Mouse is to install the batteries.
1 - Locate the two AAA sized 1.5 Volt batteries that came in your Wireless Wheel Mouse package.
2 - Remove the battery compartment cover located on top of your mouse by pressing the cover release button and sliding the cover backwards.
3 - Install the two batteries into the compartment paying close attention to proper polarities.
4 - Replace the battery compartment cover.

STEP 2 - Connecting the Receiver:
If you are connecting the mouse to a notebook that has an onboard pointing device or if you are using a keyboard with an onboard pointing device, you may need to
disable that device before installing and using the mouse.

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