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Well first of all you can check out the below steps - 1. Sometimes there can be no discernible cause for wireless mouse not working properly. One should attempt using the mouse with a different computer to check if there is something wrong with the mouse or not. 2. Sometimes, when there is an object lying between the receiver and the mouse, the wireless mouse may stop working. Such items could be cell phones, remotes, cameras, radios, wireless routers, desktop fans, large metal cases, or other such devices. Move these devices out of the way to fix the problem. Anyway first we strongly suggest you to use your mouse with some other computer and check where is the problem....... You can also follow the below link for more information -
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Wireless device like the mouse needs a wireless connectivity to a computer like a bluetooth or a wireless receiver. Make sure that your mouse batteries are all working and the wireless receiver is properly plug into the USB(Universal Serial Bus) port of the computer. The wireless receiver don't need battery so you don't have to worry about it. The two both have a push button, press both buttons to activate the connection. Wireless connections has limit in distance so make sure that you are not too far away from the receiver while using the mouse and that is 9 feet or 2.7 meters so keep that in mind. When the cursor moves when you move the mouse, you have connected the
mouse properly. If the cursor doesn't move, try repositioning the
receiver. If it still doesn't work, you may need to restart your
computer (if you haven't already) or reconnect everything.
1) Is it wireless? Check batteries/re-synchronize.
2) Check the plug/connector at the mouse port on the back of the computer-loose/unplugged?
3) Broken mouse? Try plugging in a different mouse-one you know works.(New optical mice are relatively inexpensive-$10 or so)
If nothing above helps, use ARROW keys, TAB button and ENTER button to move around, and do the following:
go to windows START(lower left corner)
go to system
go to device manager
Now find your device MOUSE (yellow triangle indicates error)
Open your mouse ("Mice and other pointing devices")
On the first Tab GENERAL, it should say if the device is working properly or not.
You can DISABLE the mouse on the second Tab DRIVER, see if he disabled it. (You can enable it.)
A wireless mouse or keyboard relies on a feature in the computer itself to communicate with these devices. Unless the computer you're moving the wireless mouse to can communicate with wireless devices or also came with the same or similar mouse, you may be unsuccessful in your attempts to get it to work. Moving both the wireless mouse and the "card" out of one desktop computer to another should work if you want to go to that much trouble.
if the usb mouse is working properly then there may be a problem on the button click of the mouse or, there are viruses on your computer that modified the registry in which you wont be able to do a click on your system . try it on another computer, if it works then there may be mechanical problems on your mouse. Pm me if it works or not. Thank you .
check your device manager and see if there is a problem there
to get there go to
start/control panel/performance maintance/system/hardware/device manager/mice. click the + on mice then right mouse properties and make sure the device is working properly and that it is enabled. then go to update driver and see if it will update
2.Is it a USB based mouse? Check the USB hub\devices to make sure the drivers are installed properly. Try using the mouse on different port.
3. Your mouse might be driver specific, so the default mouse drivers might not work with the one your using. If they are you'll need to download the ones they need.
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Turn the mouse over and find the small
rest/connect button on the bottom of the mouse and press it.
This should connect the mouse to the receiver and work properly.
If not, try pressing the receiver button and then press the button on
the mouse. This should be done whenever you change batteries or
if that doesn't work try
disconnecting the Mouse Receiver from the USB port and reinstall
the CD software program. When the software program asks you to
connect the MouseReceiver to the USB port, do so and it should
this helps. Bud
Press the link button on the receiver the indicator light should start blinking.Then within two seconds press the link button on the bottom of the mouse, the indicator light should quit blinking.After re-linking the devices move the mouse to see if it moves the cursor.If the cursor does not move, then move the mouse and see if the indicator light on the receiver blinks.If the device does not blink then try re-linking the devices again.