Question about Dynex Wireless Optical Mouse
I have to resort to using the side scrollbars on webpages because the scrolling is so unproductive. Really bothersome.
Dynex is a BestBuy brand and is cheaply made. I suggest taking it back to them and spending a little more money on a Logitech or Microsoft branded device.
Posted on Feb 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wireless mouse not working
You can use them both at the same time.Make sure the batteries are good.There should be a sync button on the bottom of the mouse.you need to check the wireless receiver to see if there is a button on there as well.If there is you need to push the button on there first,then the mouse.
The easiest way to fix a sticking key is to remove it from the keyboard and clean it out.Then replace the key.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
It is the problem of the Hard ware( Mouse). The contact is not get activated on soft clicks. dismantle the mouse. clean the contact points and put the click button properly might solve the problem. if not it should be replaced.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
Sounds like you've got a bad keyboard.
You should contact Dynex direct for in-warranty replacement.
You can reach them here.
Posted on May 25, 2010
Hi, connecting the Dynex Wireless Optical Mouse is easy. First, you need to install the driver for the mouse. It should have come packaged with the mouse, on the CD-ROM. If you don't have the CD-ROM you can download the driver from the website and install it:
Scroll down to "Dynex Wireless Optical Mouse" and click "English" next to "Driver:" to download it, then unzip it and install it.
Once you've installed the driver, all you have to do is put the two AA batteries in the mouse, flip the switch on the bottom to On, and insert the USB receiver into your computer. Your mouse should be usable right away!
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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