Question about Micro Innovations Wireless Optical Travel Mouse pd910p
You need to have a Wireless USB adapter that came with the mouse. Plug it in to any one of the USB ports then it should work.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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Plug in the receiver to your usb port. Install batteries to mouse.
To establish a wireless connection, press the connect
button on the end of the receiver. Then, press the
connect button on the bottom of the mouse.
Click a button on the mouse to go..
Repeat this procedure when replacing the batteries.
IMPORTANT: This wireless device is similar to an FM radio, by
adjusting the antenna you can get better reception. You may
also want to experiment with different locations and positions
of the receiver.
The little light on the receiver should light up and flash fast untill it sees the mouse signal.
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