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Wireless mouse, 99917 doesn't work with my MacBook Pro

The mouse has been working but quite even with the batteries working.

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SOURCE: Hi, I bought the new

The GE mouse came with a Receiver that goes into a USB port after the CD software program is installed. During installation the program will ask you to plug in the receiver into a USB port. This is when to do so. Then it should work properly.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: mouse`slowly quit working

Maybe your mouse in malfnctioning. It depends how it is use or the product itself. You must configure the mouse on control panel.

Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: I just bought the GE Optical Mouse 98529, and I

no it wont you need to ask for a mac compatible mouse with the instalation disk.

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SOURCE: GE 97986 mouse and Macbook Pro

try a hp mouse it worked for me

Posted on May 25, 2012

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