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Wireless keyboard and optical mouse

I have a logitech 650 wireless keyboard with optical mouse. Ever since I changed the batteries in the mouse it will not work at all. I get the red light from the mouse, but it will not move my pointer. I have installed the batteries correctly.

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How do i get the battery out of my mouse .

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Press the connect button under the mouse

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    try pushing the connect button under the mouse

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I just had the same problem. First of all, make sure the transmitter to the wireless keyboard and mouse is plugged in tightly to the computer. It's possible that you could have pulled on the wire without realizing it, and it's not plugged in tightly! Unplug and replug the transmitter anyway after you change the batteries for the wireless keyboard. Then, there's a button on the transmitter, press it for 3 seconds, then quickly press the small button on the keyboard for 3 seconds, (my small buttons are underneath my wireless keyboard and mouse, and I use the tip of a ball point pen to press them). Then do the same for the wireless mouse. This syncronizes and boots them to start.
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