Question about Belkin Mini Wireless Optical Mouse F8E825-USB
I insert the connector bluetooth to laptop and making on my wireless belkin model m250 but not connecting and not getting any response please solve
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Belkin wireless mouse
Firstly, we need to ascertain what version of windows (if you use this) you are using, and whether your product you are using is recommeded for the operating system you are using. If your product was made before the release date of your latest installed operating system, then you will need to go to http://www.belkin.com and download their latest driver and/or patches fr the device. Once you have done this, you install the device drivers FIRST, then afte this you connect the device to your laptop/ computer in question. You will then need to "pair" the device to the USB transceiver (stick, or box that came with yor wireless set) and this is usually done by pressing the button on the underside of the mouse/ device, and then within 5-10 seconds, pressing the button on the USB transceiver. If in doubt about the pairing action, best to consult the user manual, or visit http://www.belkin.com for your instruction manual. you can also try google for both the device drivers and the manual for using this equipment.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2008
SOURCE: connecting wireless mouse
No, you cannot as the USb plug which came with the mouse is the "Recieving unit" while you wireless mouse is the "Transmitter" unit & they both must be used together.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
Yes and no...
"Wireless enabled" means you do not need a separate adapter to connect to a wireless NETWORK or computer, not a peripheral device.
I assume the two connectors are PS/2- plugs - one pink, the other one green. What you need is a PS/2- -to-USB adapter that should have come with your keyboard. PS/2-in, USB-out, either with or without the cables (see picture)
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
If you have a touch pad (which almost all laptops do, including MAC's), try disabling before you plug in the wireless mouse. You should be able to select the option to have it automatically disabling the touchpad everytime you plug in the wireless usb mouse.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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Press the button on the back of the mouse to free the battery cover on top.
Remove the battery cover and put the supplied AA battery into the mouse.
Replace the battery cover.
Insert the wireless USB dongle into a USB port on the laptop or desktop computer.
Move the mouse and watch your computer screen.
Confirm that the mouse is connected by making the cursor move.
Hope this helps
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