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Mouse not functioning

I have installed the software provided with the mouse, do I have to activate anything on the computer or should there be a dongle or bluetooth adaptor. Hoping someone can assist woith this problem, thanking you in anticipation. Frank Roberts.

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  • Frank Roberts Oct 12, 2007

    Thankyou for your quick and successful response. Quarterbat

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You should have a USB adapter that goes from the Charging base to your computer to make the connection. the wireless is from the base (charging unit) to the mouse.  once you connect your USB it should find the mouse and work. you may need to sync the base unit and mouse to complete the process, by first click the sync button on the base unit then the small sync button found on the bottom of the mouse

Posted on Oct 12, 2007

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    Paul Oct 12, 2007

    almost there? can you advise where you are on this. does it have a USB connection? did the computer detect it? if this is yes my next step would be to remove the batteries from the mouse and reinstall then resync it. If not could you give more information.

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