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Wireless rechargeable mouse

I installed a wireless rechargeable mouse, plugged in the recharger, charged the mouse, yet it won't work. what step am I missing?

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  • finnertyclai May 24, 2009

    put batteries in mouse usb in computer still wont work

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Might have to snc them up now to wireless reciver ok litte bottoon on bottom

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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    nick helpap Feb 07, 2008

    what sproblem why u rate me so bad ? did u try do do what i said new batteries ?

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 07, 2008

    least change that thx for trying ok

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    nick helpap Feb 07, 2008

    how can i help u if u rate me so bad ? this free?s not like u paid that was 1st step if u want my help rate this helpfull will try next thing

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    nick helpap Feb 07, 2008

    not like u paid for this sev then u rate me so bad change that if u want more help or else pay 8 bucks for live chat ok if u wann be so rude thx nick

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    nick helpap Feb 07, 2008

    ? change rating this not importate

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Feb 08, 2008

    ok dont ask me for help then if u wann be so rude find anther site bye

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