Question about GE JASHO97985 Mouse
Do I have to change settings on my laptop to be able to use a wireless mouse? I it "plugged" in and it says it is working properly.
1. have you reset the connection between it and the transmitter? There will be a button to press [at the same time] on both.
2. Is the transmitter close enough to the mouse or is there a barrier between it and mouse?
3. have you tried start>settings>control panel>mouse.pointer options? maybe it is too fast/slow etc Have a play with those options.
4. If it is not these maybe you have a virus????
5. Or it is a dud?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You probably have to "connect" the mouse to the wireless connector.
Usually under there is a "Connet" button on the button side of the mouse. Press and hold this button for three seconds.
This should sync the mouse with the wireless connector.
Posted on May 16, 2008
I have the same mouse. What you have to do is first power off the mouse, then push on the green-lit button on the transmitter that you plug into your USB. (It doesn't feel too much like a button but you will see that it starts flashing.) Hold it down for about 15 seconds. Then power on your mouse and you will see that it should start working. I was frustrated too but got mine working.
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
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