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Left clix usually requires 2 pushes to workon my hp wireless mouse

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Go to start button n ur desktop an select th control panel select th printers an hardware n tat select th mouse an increase th speed of mouse.... so tat ur prob may get solved... thank u.... kindly rate me....

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How to install 2.4Ghz wireless mouse with USB receiver?


Insert the batteries into the mouse. Turn the mouse over, find the battery cover, and slide it off. Insert the appropriate batteries-usually two AAs.
  • The wireless receiver that plugs into the computer uses USB power, so it needs no batteries.
Connect the receiver to the computer. If your computer has a USB port (as most do), plug your receiver into an available port. There will also be a green adapter supplied, in the event that your system requires the use of the mouse port. Caution-don't try and force the mouse adapter into the keyboard port!
  • The mouse receiver has a USB plug (left), but can also plug into the mouse plug through the adapter it came with (right). If your receiver plugs into the USB port it should look like the left. If it plugs into the mouse plug it should look like the one on the right, only connected to the receiver.
Connect the mouse to the receiver. Place the mouse in close proximity to the receiver, and note the following:
  • The receiver should have a visible button that is easily pushable by the average human finger.
  • The mouse will usually have a very small reset button in a hole on the bottom that can be pushed by something like a pencil or paper clip.
  • Push both buttons at the same time with the receiver and the mouse relatively close to each other for about 5 seconds or more.
Find a permanent position the receiver. Place the receiver where it won't be far away from the mouse. Depending on where you are, you can place it on the monitor, on the tower, on the back of your laptop (if you are installing the mouse to your laptop) or on the desk.
  • The furthest a wireless mouse can get away from the receiver and still function is about 9 feet (2.7 meters), so keep that in mind.
Test your new mouse.
  • If you plugged into the mouse port, restart your computer.
  • If you plugged it into the USB port you should be able to use it immediately.
  • 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.
Adjust your mouse settings. Use the control panel that came with your wireless mouse, or download the necessary software from the manufacturer's website. Adjust the settings so that the mouse performs as you require.

Oct 18, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Mouse right click not working


This is usually the switch itself and is a surface mount device with 6 soldering points 2 which connect the metal case to GND 2 contacts which are on half of the switch and are joined together and the remaing 2 are the other half which when the button is pressed joins the 2 sections together. Some good soldering on small components is required to replace.

Jan 15, 2014 | HP ProBook Computers & Internet

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I have a samsung np-nf110/nf210/nf310 , os is windows 7 starter. i wanted to use my HP wireless optical mobile mouse but it doesn't seem to work or i dont think it connected. batteries are brand new and...


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/

Jul 05, 2017 | HP Wireless Optical Mouse

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My HP Optical mouse Left Mouse Button has stopped working. The RMB still performs its function (so batteries on mouse still OK etc). I have tried shfitng the USB port etc but nothing seems to fix the...


Similar problem which I resolved today.
I have a hp wireless mouse model no. 5189URF. I bought this in hp online in April 2009. It needs 2 x AA Alkaline batteries.
Steps I did to resolve.
1. Removed battery cover.
2. Removed batteries below which 2 screws exist.
3. Remove 2 screws and remove the top casing of mouse.
4. You can see 2 very small square push button corresponding to left and right clicks in mouse.
5. try to press the left button and make sure its free. The issue seem to be that this button becomes rusty internally and lost contact. Therefore clicks are not recognized. You may need to press it repeatedly and also with a slight thrust circumferentially.
6. You can test your mouse in WIndows Help & support option linked with HP hardware diagnostics tool.

Oct 31, 2010 | HP Wireless Optical Mouse

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I bought an HP wireless mouse for my laptop. It was working and then it is not.


One solution--the mouse is broken.
Another might be to change the batteries--they might be dead.
You should also push the little connect button on the antenna that is plugged into the computer and then push the button on the bottom of the mouse.
I usually keep a wired mouse around so that I can go into the computer and uninstall the mouse software and reinstall it (if you installed it in the first place). I would also recommend removing the mouse in the device manager and letting the system find it again. If it doesn't, it could be a USB port problem.

Sep 10, 2010 | HP Wireless Optical Mouse

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The left click button doesn't work:


There are two different things that would cause a mouse button to stop working. The first is a with the mouse itself. The second is software related.
The software issue may just need you to update your driver or reset the mouse button's assigned tasks to the default settings. To do this use either the control panel or if you have software for the mouse use that and reset to the default settings.
The hardware issue is a different story. When you push the mouse button can you feel the faint "click"?
If not then the problem is the mouse itself. It may just need to be taken apart and cleaned or it could be that the small "momentary switch" is bad. I have replaced them but to be honest it a real hassle and requires a lot of electronics soldering experience.
I hope this helps and good luck.

Jun 11, 2010 | HP Wireless Optical Mouse

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Wireless mouse not recognize after HP elitebook wakes up


Mine does that also. Usually it is because one of both have gone into sleep mode and both haven't woke up. I click on the left and right mouse buttons and it usually comes right up.

Aug 14, 2017 | HP Wireless Optical Mouse

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HP Wireless Mouse Left Click Doesn't Work


Try using a different mouse on the same computer if it work.... run a hard ware daignostic test on the old mouse.... and if you have purchased this before three months just get it replaced.... as it would be in warranty.... reply with any more queries....

Jul 30, 2009 | HP Computers & Internet

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Please introduce HP wireless Mouse and how to work


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

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I have the same issue and I think this is one of worst product that HP makes.

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