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I have a 2.4 g wireless mouse model number MP2850

I have a 2.4 g wireless mouse model number MP2850 that will turn on but then turns off two or three seconds after powering on. It turns off seconds after i turn the switch on but i found that if i turn it on and then immediately swipe a finger over the sensor it stays on. My problem is that it doesn't do anything on my iMac even after putting in the nano receiver in the usb port. Nothing happens even when i get the light to stay on. I tried a windows computer as well and the driver installs itself but the mouse wont move as much as I try to make it do so. Is there any way to get it working?

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You may need to check your BIOS setting. The mouse be disabled there. You can access the BIOS thru the boot menu when your computer frist starts up. If the mouse is active as a usable feature, then you may have to a hard boot of your operating system with the OS(Windows Vista, XP, 2000, etc.) Cd you recieved with the computer. If that does not work, then you will have to a complete reinstall of your operating system.

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