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How do i install wireless mouse on my 311 notebook?

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GO ON CONTROL PANNEL. CLICK WIRELESS WIZARD. AND PROCEED, YOU WILL SEE SETTING, THEN YOUR WIRELESS WIZARD WILL BE SET UP

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STEP 1 - Battery Installation:
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1 - Locate the two AAA sized 1.5 Volt batteries that came in your Wireless Wheel Mouse package.
2 - Remove the battery compartment cover located on top of your mouse by pressing the cover release button and sliding the cover backwards.
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