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My laptop has windows 7 Enterprise
Posted by Anonymous on
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.
Posted on Apr 18, 2015
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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