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Received model No sk137G vert mouse as a gift. There was no receiver in the box., only mouse and 2 sealed AA Lusty batteries in a sealed bag

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Hi Barbara,

You will need to contact the place you purchased this from to get a resolution. Fixya folks can't help with this one.

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Hello there, I am the Expert that will be helping you today. My name is damnor01.

Welcome to Fixya.

The mouse uses two AA 1.5Volt batteries, ensure that they are installed in the correct orientation. Positive and negative polarity, on each. New strong batteries are required for this application.
A red light shoud elumanate from the bottom of the mouse when batteries are installed.

Now connect the USB cable from the receiver to the USB port on your computer, you may need to try different ones.
Once this stage has been completed you can install the drivers for your Microsoft mouse, they can be found on the CD disk that came with your Mouse.
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The red light will go off when you unplug the receiver from the USB and place it back at the bottom of the mouse, otherwise when you turn off computer, put a piece of adhesive tape to hold down the small button that protrudes where the receiver is placed in the mouse. Good luck!!! Chawah.

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usually the receiver is powered via the connection to the pc. ( ps2 style sockets usually green and purple ) dependant upon make/model of wireless. i would suggest replacing the batterys. on the mouse. these do use more power than the keyboard. roughly 5 to 1 or more.
after replacing the batteries. ( 2 x AA Or 2 x AAA ) press the button on the bottom of the mouse, and should have a button on the reciever. to syncronise the pair together.

In regards to your question, you may have 2 lights on the receiver. 1 for transmit, and 1 for receive.

new batteries should solve this problem.

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