Question about Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000
I am running my computer an a wireless internet I only have one usb connection
Posted by Anonymous on
The cheapest and easiest way to add USB sockets is with a Hub. It's like a powerboard for USB, it changes one connection to four (usually, but you can get bigger ones). They come in different shapes as seen below.
You should be able to buy one of these for less than $20. If you're using a laptop, you'll be better off getting one with a power adaptor rather than using power from the laptop.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Press the button on the back of the mouse to free the battery cover on top.
Remove the battery cover and put the supplied AA battery into the mouse.
Replace the battery cover.
Insert the wireless USB dongle into a USB port on the laptop or desktop computer.
Move the mouse and watch your computer screen.
Confirm that the mouse is connected by making the cursor move.
Hope this helps
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