I purchased a corless mouse - make: Zentium - my acer laptop recognizes the plug in device, but I cannot get the mouse to work at all. I have done the Id setup and the receiver and connector does recognise one another. Still the mouse wont work no matter how close to the connector. Can someone help me please?
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If you can, check your wireless mouse with another computer to determine if it is working or not. If it works on the other computer, remove any M510 drivers from your computer. Plug the wireless adapter back in, and see if you computer recognizes it and the port it is plugged into (control panel/system/devices). If the computer recognizes it and loads software, try your mouse again.
Most Cordless mice come with a plug in transmitter. That small 1inX1/2in transmitter plugs into a usb port. The computer recognizes that USB device and will couple with the mouse provided you have turned it on and the batteries are good. Be sure that you have transferred the transmitter to your new lap top.
Wireless button on laptop has nothing to do with wireless mouse. Plug in your mouse receiver that come with the mouse in to a USB port on your Laptop. Turn on your Mouse and hold the reset or sync button on the bottom of your mouse for a few seconds, so that the receiver can synchronize with your mouse. Mouse should now work OK
The cordless mouse should have a device that connects to the USB port (unless it is a bluetooth device) that will serve as the bridge between the mouse and the laptop. Typically, one of two things can occur. First, a driver would be installed prior to connecting the device to the laptop then somewhere during the installation, you are asked to plug in the device. Otherwise, the device may simply be recognized in your Operating system and all you have to do is push the little button on the bottom of the mouse to allow it to connect to the device attached to your laptop. If you provide a model number, we can see what you completely need.
Plug your Tablet in first with Computer off, Turn on Computer and see if Vista recognizes the Tablet. Go by what is suggested on the screen. It may help to do a Hard Disc DeFrag. before attempting the above.
Yes, you need to install the Logitech transmitter for your cordless mouse. The acer transmitter uses a different frequency. You could try pressing the connect button on both the existing transmitter and mouse but that's not likely to work with different manufacturers.
do you mean the mouse integrated in the laptop or an external USB mouse?
If it is the integrated mouse, try to get an USB mouse, plug it and wait until your laptop recognize it, assuming you are working in Windows XP right clic on My Computer, clic on Properties --> Hardware --> Device Manager , double clic on Mice and other pointing devices, once here, look for the mouse of your laptop (do not mis identify it with the external mouse that you just plugged) right clic on it and clic on uninstall.
Restart your laptop, once in windows again it will recognize the mouse as a new device and will install the drivers again.
The warrenty period is usually a year. Is there a connection button on the receiver as well? Normally you need to press the connect button on the mouse, and then on the receiver shortly there after. If you want to replace it, you might have an easier time just getting a new mouse.