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SOURCE: re: kensignton wireless mouse, connected but not working

have you checked the battries in the mouse as the battries that com with the mouse don't last long and have you pressed the connect buttons on receiver and mouse as somtimes usb power receivers loose connection on laptops try this one. hope this works

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Check the battery...Replace the battery and then try

thank you

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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I put USB adapter into computer and batteries in mouse. pushed connect button I get no response out of mouse. Any ideas to make it work?


try this
I recently put batteries in a wireless key board and when I went to use it---nada
so I read the instruction on the back of the key board and it said to restart the computer
did that and problem solved
try restarting the computer with the mouse switched on and see if the computer recognizes the mouse

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How do i get my wireless technika mouse wm110pk to connect to my laptop?


Insert the USB dongle that came with your technika wireless mouse into a USB computer port on your machine.

This dongle, which resembles a regular flash drive in appearance, can be plugged into any available USB port.

Once inserted, it immediately turns on.


Insert the required amount of batteries (typically two AA batteries, though it changes depending on the model) into the compartment on the bottom of your HP wireless mouse.

Flip the "ON" switch on the bottom of your technika wireless mouse.


Press the "Sync" button on the bottom of your technika wireless mouse.

The mouse will now sync with your computer and will be immediately usable.


hope this helps

i have read some good and bad reviews on this mouse one stated the wireles stopped working several times and it had to be replaced

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My brother and I have the AWE01us1 chill hub. Initially it worked fine. We have a wireless microsoft mouse and USB adapter is connected to 1 of the 4 USB ports. Occasionally the mouse stops working...


When I typed AWE01us1 chill hub in my search engine I came up with Targus as the manufacturer of the chill hup not the laptop. Before buying products I would read customer rates and comments on the products. My public library has a free link to consumer reports, or Amazon.com has product ratings.

I'm also getting mixed info regarding the mouse, is the mouse wireless, stopped working, and you somehow overrode the wireless with a USB cable and that stopped working. I'm assuming the mouse worked fine before the installation of the chill hub. If you read the reviews on Amazon, I'm seeing other types of USB problems. Try returning the chill hub and purchasing another brand. You may have to call customer support for the laptop. Let me know if this was helpful.

Dec 06, 2010 | Targus Computers & Internet

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I HAVE A NEW NOTEBOOK AND WIRELESS MOUSE.


When you purchase the wireess mouse it should come with a USB device that plugs into a USB port and reads the mouse, all wireless mouses need a USB eye to read the mouse.

Good luck.

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My wireless mouse freezes


I had a similar freezing problem with a wireless Logitech mouse and also a problem with the wireless keyboard, sometimes keystrokes would not register and sometimes they'd repeat a dozen times.
I was not able to fix the problem, so I got a Microsoft wireless mouse and keyboard, hoping it was a driver conflict that wouldn't affect both products. Wrong. The exact same thing happened to the Microsoft mouse and keyboard.
The cause of the problem turned out be that I had the receiver plugged into a USB hub along with several other devices. Moving the receiver to one of the USB ports in the back of the PC fixed the problem.
Apparently these wireless desktop devices don't like sharing USB resources with anything else.

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WHEN YOU PLUG IN THE MOUSE AND THE WIRELESS USB CONNECTOR THERE SHOULD BE A BUTTON ON THE MOUSE AND ONE ON THE USB CONNECTOR, THE BOTH HAVE TO BE DEPRESSED AT THE SAME TIME SO THEY CAN GET IN SINK WITH EACH OTHER, I IMEAN THE SAME FREQUENCES SO THEY CAN COMMMUNICATE WITH EACH OTHER.

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PS GO ON LINE AND CHECK FOR ANY TYPE OF UPDATE OR CHANGES OR SHORT CUTS

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Optical wireless mouse doesn't work


Hi

Check the battery...Replace the battery and then try

thank you

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Toshiba Wireless Mouse


Your mouse might have had an internal receptor problem, meaing it can not read the signal from the adapter. This sometimes happens with wireless products. Contact Toshiba and they should give you a new one free of charge since it seems it was a faulty product. Rate me if this helps!

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Bluetooth


usally laptops have bluetooth not desktops ,,,,bluetooth is not the same as wireless ,,i know they work similar bluetooth is for short distance...when u set a blue tooth mouse up u must have bluetooth usb plugged into ur computer ...that usb adapter will act as your mouse connection ......

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Re: kensignton wireless mouse, connected but not working


have you checked the battries in the mouse as the battries that com with the mouse don't last long and have you pressed the connect buttons on receiver and mouse as somtimes usb power receivers loose connection on laptops try this one. hope this works

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