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I need an instruction leaflet or manual to see how to get it working

I cannot get mouse to activate, lights come on but does not move pointer on the computer screen.

It is a Cellink Optical Mini Mouse OPMP 2401B

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  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2008

    I CANNOT GET KEYBORAD AND MOUSE TO WORK

  • carouselle Mar 27, 2008

    Have mouse connected to USB port. Lights up, but the arrow doesn't move.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2008

    When I have to restart, the cursor often freezes and I have to re-boot it several times. Sometimes it gets to work but very often it may take a day or two of attempting.

    Also, I've no idea what half the buttons on the keyboard are for. For example, I've never used the F mode bar nor the wheels etc on the left of the keyboard

  • sammad Apr 25, 2008

    my computer display a message telling that this usb device(sensor of the mouse) is not supported by windows and one of the computers usb devices has malfunctioned

  • Anonymous Aug 18, 2008

    Same problem! Light is on, device is added, but the pointer is not moving at all..

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Have you checked the manufacturers website? They usually carry PDF's for user manuals

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