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Just changed the batteries on my wireless mouse. How long do I push the button on the wireless device to activate the mouse again?

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The mouse itself should ALSO have a button that needs to be pressed for BOTH units to synchronize. Look under the mouse for a small button. Press that and see if it syncs.

Hope this helps.

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Turn your mouse over & find a little red button. Press the button with the tip of ball point pen. Also try depressing the connect button on the mouse radio piece that plugs into the computer box. (That sits on your desk somewhere)

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Hp touchsmart 300


From the User Guide at... http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=4174137&

The wireless keyboard and mouse are pre-synchronized, for your convenience, to work with your

HP TouchSmart PC. The keyboard and mouse should work immediately after you pull the battery tabs to

activate the preinstalled batteries, and then turn on the mouse (A).

You may need to manually synchronize the wireless keyboard or mouse if they are not functioning.

To synchronize them:

Make sure the keyboard and mouse are next to the HP TouchSmart PC, within 30 cm (1 foot) and

away from interference from other devices.

Keyboard: Press the Connect button on the bottom of the keyboard (B) for five seconds. The blue

activity LED on the wireless receiver illuminates when the synchronization command has been received

and turns off when synchronization is complete.

Mouse: Press the Connect button on the bottom of the mouse (C) for five seconds. The blue activity

LED on the wireless receiver illuminates when the synchronization command has been received and

turns off when synchronization is complete.

If this does not work, remove and then re-insert the wireless keyboard and mouse receiver from the back of
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Wireless Mouse and Keyboards reconnecting


Not sure how helpful this will be to a lot of people but one of the common questions seems to be how to reconnect after changing batteries IE changed batteries and now my mouse/keyboard won't work at all.

Seems that most of the time people forget that they have to
1- push the connect button on the usb receiver and that should be right on top of the unit since these ones are not usually hidden and are easy to push without the paperclip
2- push the connect button on the mouse/keyboard (needs a paperclip)
Once that is done the devices should find each other and establish the connections to each other again. These connections should remain in effect until the batteries die on you again at which point you will need to do this procedure again.

Should also note that the connect buttons on either your mouse or keyboard are small buttons and usually recessed in the bottom of the devices, this keeps them from getting hit or pushed all the time, so a paperclip is usually recommended to push the buttons with. Also as a final thought connections need to be made fairly quickly so check out your devices to see where the buttons are located at and get your paperclip ready, you only have somewhere between 5-15 seconds to make the connection or else you have to start the whole thing all over again.

Hope this helps some of you

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My mouse is wireless. I changed the batteries with new ones and it still blinks orange.


Have you try the reset button? When I changed the battery on my wireless mouse I had to push the reset button to get it to work again.

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How do you activate the wireless mouse i tried pushing the button on back of the mouse but nothing happened and yess it has batteries in it


Hello, normally the wireless mouses have to paring the device with the usb stick , there is a button on the mouse and on the stick , press at same time .
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I bought an HP wireless mouse for my laptop. It was working and then it is not.


One solution--the mouse is broken.
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You should also push the little connect button on the antenna that is plugged into the computer and then push the button on the bottom of the mouse.
I usually keep a wired mouse around so that I can go into the computer and uninstall the mouse software and reinstall it (if you installed it in the first place). I would also recommend removing the mouse in the device manager and letting the system find it again. If it doesn't, it could be a USB port problem.

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Did you leave it on--maybe the batteries are dead or maybe subconsciously your hand likes the other mouse better? Nonetheless, I'd re-introduce or resynch the mouse and antannae (changing the batteries might not hurt either). Also, if they are similar, make sure that your computer isn't trying to use the other mouse driver to run your primary mouse (depending on your OS, the default mouse should show-up in your Control Panel--hardware devices and make sure that it correlates to the one that you want). Good luck & I hope this works.

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If same problem occurs, make sure that there are no possible wireless interference near the mouse. Example, base of a cordless phone or a mobile phones. These devices' signal might interfere with the wireless signal of your mouse.

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just connect the transiever(the usb part) to the USB port.normally it will be recognized automatically. If not you shoul install the drivers. Dont forget to put batteries in the mouse. After that you should set up the connection between the transciever and the mouse. in most wireless mice there is a deep button under the mouse or hidden in the battery compartment you should push it and then push the button on the transciever( in some cases in the opposite order; first the transcievers button then the mouses button). usually an LED indicates that the connection have succeeded( either on the mouse or the transiever )
LEDs condition:
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Mouse stopped working..changed the batteries..was working, now it


on your computer screen at the bottom right corner, there should be a bluetooth icon (if your mouse is a bluetooth mouse) right click the bluetooth icon select ADD a device. after that follow the prompts, at some point it will ask you to have the bluetooth device be discoverable, which means you have to press the bluetooth sync button at the bottom of the mouse, if it blinks then you can proceed connecting or syncing the device. hit me back with the results.

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