Re: How can I get the e source mouse to work with my...
If the interface for the mouse is a USB Doggle, it will have a button on it to search for the mouse. The Mouse (Or Keyboard) will also have a button on it somewhere that will need a paperclip or sharp point to trigger the signal to make it findable. You should get blinking lights on both . When they glow steady, they are connected.
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Re: How can I get the e source mouse to work with my...
Push the button on the transmitter and the mouse for a few second than reboot, than do it again for the keyboard, reboot, after rebooting go into windows, open control panel, look for mouse, select mouse options,speed, pointer opt.,wheel speed, motion, visibility, hardware
select properties, check for updates
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You should search for small wireless USB dongle (receiver) and insert it into USB port of your laptop. You bought The dongle with mouse. Sometimes it is placed inside mouse on bottom side. See picture.
A mouse driver is usually installed automatically in a while after the dongle is connected to PC.
Using a wireless mouse with a laptop is a convenient way to
avoid using the laptop's built in mouse.
Moreover, even if you use an external mouse, carrying a
wireless mouse is easier than the wired version.
Here is how to use a wireless mouse with a laptop.
Ensure that your laptop is compatible with a wireless mouse.
Most wireless mice use Bluetooth technology.
Any Bluetooth enabled laptop can connect to a Bluetooth
Unpack your mouse and insert batteries to the battery
While doing so, make sure that the positive side of the
battery is inserted into the positive niche in the compartment.
Place the mouse in a way that makes it easy for you to use
and less stressful for your fingers.
Use a wireless receiver if your laptop does not have an
built in wireless receiver (either Bluetooth or 802.11b).
It should be kept at least eight inches away from the laptop
or any other object that would cause any interference.
Insert the drivers, if any, for the mouse to function
Connect your receiver to the laptop by plugging in the
mouse's USB connector to the USB port of the laptop.
If you do not have any free USB ports, simply use an
external USB hub for more ports.
Each computer you purchase comes with a Home Edition Windows 7 product, unless otherwise stated in the computer's details. To upgrade your edition, you must purchase a new license key, such as an Enterprise license key. You no longer need to install an upgrade to promote your computer. Instead, Windows 7 has a "Windows Anytime Upgrade" utility that allows you to enter a new license and promote your computer's operating system.
Click the Windows "Start" button. Type "windows anytime upgrade" in the search text box. Press "Enter." This command starts the upgrade wizard for Windows 7. Click the "Windows Anytime Upgrade" option, and select "Enter an Upgrade Key" in the options section. This activates a text box where you type your new license key. Type the Enterprise key in the license text box labeled "Upgrade Key." Click "Next." Windows verifies your license key is valid and tells you that you must wait several minutes to activate your new product license. Click "Reboot" after your new product activates. When you reboot, notice the new product edition "Enterprise" is shown in the Windows splash screen.
A Belkin Mini Wireless Optical Mouse frees you from the restriction imposed by the limit of the wire that your mouse uses to connect to your computer. The Belkin model works up to three feet away from the receiver and operates on a 27 MHz frequency. It's smaller than a regular mouse, making it easy to add it to a laptop case or desk drawer without losing much space in the process. Before you can use the Belkin Mini Wireless Optical mouse, you must install it. The receiver and the mouse should sync automatically; if they don't, you must perform the sync manually.
Press the bottom release tab on the top cover of the mouse. Insert the batteries included in the package and replace the cover.
Turn on your computer. Plug the Belkin USB receiver into a USB port on your computer. The drivers will install automatically.
Press the sync button on top of the USB receiver and then press the sync button on the bottom of the mouse to connect the two devices.
close Before you can install the Belkin mouse, remove drivers for other wireless mouse types on your computer.
You will have to go to Microsoft to purchase the key. The easiest way I have found to do that is start the computer, make sure you have a network connection, and select the "Activate Windows" option from the program menu or when asked by the Computer. If you can't do it that way you can call Microsoft and do it over teh phone in an Automated system.
Insert your USB receiver into a USB port on your computer. If you are using a laptop, you'll usually find a USB port on the side. If you are using a desktop computer, it's likely located on the front or rear of the tower.
Wait for your computer to install the drivers. You'll see a progress balloon in the bottom-right corner of your desktop screen. After a minute or so, it should show "Success." If it does not, or if there is an error, visit the Belkin resource to download the drivers.
Turn the mouse over and push the switch to "On." The mouse should automatically communicate with the USB receiver. Test the mouse to determine if it has. If the mouse does not work, press the "Connect" button on the receiver and then press the "Connect" button on your mouse. The mouse should be functional.
Follow these steps : 1. Check to see if your laptop supports wireless technology (Bluetooth, 802.11 or other). If it doesn't, you will need a wireless receiver. If it does, verify that your laptop is compatible with your wireless mouse, which could use either Bluetooth technology or a radio signal.
2. Unpack your mouse and open its battery compartment. The wireless mouse won't receive any power from the laptop, making batteries necessary.
3. Add new batteries to the compartment. Make sure that the + battery end is inserted into the + niche in the compartment.
4. Place the mouse where it is easy to use and least stressful on your fingers.
5. Place your wireless receiver appropriately if your laptop doesn't support wireless technology. The receiver should be kept at least 8 inches away from the laptop or any other object that would cause any interference.
6. Place the wireless receiver anywhere from 8 inches to 6 feet from the mouse.
7. Insert the driver CD into your laptop and follow the instructions to install the software for running the mouse.
8. Connect your receiver to the laptop by plugging in the mouse's USB connector to the USB port of the laptop. If you do not have a free USB port, simply use an external USB hub for more ports.