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IT DOES NOT COME WITH A DRIVER! Plug USB sevice in and press tiny restart button by blue light, turn mouse over and also press restart button and mouse works fine
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
I'm afraid I have the same problem and there's no CD or driver information supplied with the mouse. Even worse there's no mention of it on Tesco's Technica Driver site at:-
I've tried all the options I can think of. I've reached a point when I move the mouse the LED on the receiver blinks as if responding but the cursor on the screen remains stationary. Very Frustrating.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
There is no driver available for this mouse, the OS does not recognize the device, therefore it will not work without the proper driver... lame from tesco's part to not supply a driver with product or make one available in their tech site.
Posted on Aug 19, 2011
You must have got a CD along with the mouse. Insert that into the CD drive and install the drivers for the mouse. Then reboot the desktop. Connect to the USB port and allow Windows to detect the mouse and loadup its drivers. Once that is done you will get a notice in the right bottom corner of the screen saying "New hardware was installed properly and is ready for use" or words to that effect. Start using the mouse. What happens is that to make a dumbdevice work you need some software that guides the device to do what you intend it to do. That software is known as the driver as it drives the device. Once the driver is loaded then the device starts working.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sep 25, 2014 | Computers & Internet
Insert the USB dongle that came with your technika wireless mouse into a USB computer port on your machine.
This dongle, which resembles a regular flash drive in appearance, can be plugged into any available USB port.
Once inserted, it immediately turns on.
Insert the required amount of batteries (typically two AA batteries, though it changes depending on the model) into the compartment on the bottom of your HP wireless mouse.
Flip the "ON" switch on the bottom of your technika wireless mouse.
Press the "Sync" button on the bottom of your technika wireless mouse.
The mouse will now sync with your computer and will be immediately usable.
hope this helps
i have read some good and bad reviews on this mouse one stated the wireles stopped working several times and it had to be replaced
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