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Wireless mouse not working

The thing with the usb port attached to it wont acknowledge that the mouse it here1

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What's the brand name? Does it require batteries? Did you install new ones?

Typically a wireless mouse and it's base have buttons on it you press one then the other so that they "sync" up.

Try pressing the one on the base 1st, then the one on the belly of the mouse (it's kinda small, you will have to use the end of a pen to press!)

See if that is the problem.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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