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The mouse is an extremely popular technology to interact with your computer. While the majority of mice are connected directly to the computers peripheral input via a cord and are powered by the computers main power, wireless mice are becoming extremely popular to give computer users cordless accessibility to their mice and to interact with their computer.
Wireless mice usually work via radio frequencies commonly referred to as RF. RF wireless mice require two components to work properly a radio transmitter and a radio receiver.
RF- Radio Frequency

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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My HP Wireless Mouse (Product # WE 788AA - Model # FHA-3410) is not connecting with my laptop please tell me the solution or how can i connect my hp mouse with my laptop ?


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I have an HP wireless mouse and keyboard, my mouse suddenly stopped working, how can I fix?


It is possible the mouse needs new batteries or needs to be charged.

Try replacing the batteries to see if the mouse starts working.

If that does not work then try re-inserting the wireless receiver into a different USB slot.

Please rate this if you found it useful.

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we dont do Samsung here, its HP
but HP mouse with no model stated, is impossible to be accentuate.
its a wireless mouse right, you left only small hint.
battery powered wireless mouse ,.by HP
windows 7
wireless mouse, HP and Samsung.
that takes 2 working drivers to make that work. both HP
the USB side and the mouse side.
HP does not support this on non HP computers so windows 7 is the only hope, MICROSOFT PLUG AN PLAY
you must be connected to the internet or its all just a wasted of time,
do so.
then plug both those things in.
the PC goes Dingdog sound telling you its found a new USB device.called wireless mouse HP, (no model stated)
then tries to find a driver on the web, MS servers for that.
if it can find one, then good luck, doing that. as the HP drivers will not like your PC
as here, if this is possible at all.

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/

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I disconnected my wireless mouse and used another microsoft wireless mouse and signal output while on vacation. Now my wireless mouse is slugish and sporatic and I need to push the button on the output to...


Did you leave it on--maybe the batteries are dead or maybe subconsciously your hand likes the other mouse better? Nonetheless, I'd re-introduce or resynch the mouse and antannae (changing the batteries might not hurt either). Also, if they are similar, make sure that your computer isn't trying to use the other mouse driver to run your primary mouse (depending on your OS, the default mouse should show-up in your Control Panel--hardware devices and make sure that it correlates to the one that you want). Good luck & I hope this works.

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Hp wireless mouse not lighting up


Just make sure the sensor usb receiver is properly connected just unplug it and plug it again. and then press the connect button from sensor and to the mouse. It will work.
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Have a good day.

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Hp wireless mouse not working


Hi,

HP wireless mouse may not work due to improper connection of the receiver. If unknowingly you connect the receiver to a different port, then it may cause serious issue with HP wireless mouse.

If the connected port is corrupt and if the port is experiencing any problem, then the wireless mouse may not work properly.

In order to resolve this issue, you need to repair the port.

Get more information to fix HP Wireless Mouse Not Working . Hope this information helps you.

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Re install the drivers

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You will need to "pair" it with the receiver.  Look on the receiver and you will find a button.  press it then press the button on the mouse.
Then wiggle the mouse around.  You should see the pointer move.

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Ref wireless mouse. Not sure if you have a solution yet but it seems there could be 2 sources to the problem. First a weak or decaying laser. Second, something you have introduced recently that could interfere with the wireless signal eg mobile phone, another wireless device, cordless phone, telephone wires close to receiver or maybe something else. Not sure what you do if the laser is failing other than clean the lens. You might have to get it checked or try a friends mouse to see if it is better. There s also a setting than can change the sensitivity of the mouse. Have you looked at those settings.

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