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My mouse doesn't seem to want to connect

It doesn't seem to want to connect to my comp. I hold it in front of the receiver, but it doesn't do anything. I'm following the intructions right.

note: sometimes the cursor hopes around the page by itself, when trying to connect.

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Sumfan:
I assume you have a cordless mouse?, make sure you have any other mouse like ps2 connected first, uninstall (remove the cordless mouse drivers and software from your system), restart your machine and re install the software and the drivers back.
Also make sure the receiver end coming out of your computer is on a well open space (not too close to the mouse itself)
Also the receiver is farther from other wireless devices.
Hope that helped!

Posted on Dec 09, 2007

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