Question about Microsoft 3000 Mouse
You can check if your wireless card is working fine or not by going to your device manager.
Click on the Start Menu, drag your mouse pointer to your My Computer icon & right click on it. Choose Properties & click on Device Manager.
Go to your Hardware tab & choose Network Adapter.
You should be able to find your wireless card, check if there's a red X mark or exclamation point.
If there's a red X mark, right click & choose enable, it may only be disabled.
If there's a yellow exclamation point, get the CD or DVD driver for your motherboard & update the driver.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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