Keyboard works fine. Mouse pointer is erratic, mostly on web sites. It's almost like trying to force two N poles of a magnet together. They repel each other. It gets so bad on some sites, that it's virtually impossible to select anything with the mouse. You can hold down the right mouse button and sometimes make it work, but not without some finesse and difficulty.
I've tried un-installing the set point software, no change. Updating to new version, no change. I
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Each one has a function assigned to it Not always the same on different brands, but usually f2 is BIOS entry ..on HP's it can also be f10 their is also recovery partition and most manufactures have their own combo of keys f?+ctrl or some with a simple f11.
have you tried pressing the button on the back of the receiver then press the button on the bottom of the mouse, then press the button on the back of the receiver again and press the red button on the back of the keyboard
HELLO, ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS TO DOWN LOAD THE SOFT WARE THEN PLUG IN THE USB AND AFTER THAT ON YOUR RECIEVER CLICK THE CONNECT BUTTON ON THE RECIEVER TILL IT RECONIZES BOTH KEY BOARD AND MOUSE I HAVE THE LOGITECH WIRELESS SYSTEM AND I LOVE IT TILL THE BATTERIES GO OUT ON THE MOUSE OR KEY BOARD LOL THEN RESTART YOUR COMPUTER.
well, check the cable of your mouse ( the end cable is color green) reconnect it to a PS/2 port which is also color green, located at the back of your system unit OR if its connected to USB then reconnect it to a USB port then restart your computer.ok?
Did you check to ensure the batteries are good.
Turn the mouse over and find the small
rest/connect button on the bottom of the mouse and press it.
This should connect the mouse to the receiver and work properly.
If not, try pressing the receiver button and then press the button on
the mouse. This should be done whenever you change batteries or
Hope this helps you. Bud
As a first resort if you know the name of the manufacturer of any given hardware keep a record of their name and web site for future reference for thing like these most hardware have a web address that usually starts with the name of the product if all ells fails take the product back to the store for a refund or replacement but before you do that always check that the batteries work and are not dead.