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I just purchased a Targus wireless mouse model AMU15US. The bateries are fully charged, I did it through the USB cable, then checked them on my big battery charger that I use for other sizes. I plugged the receiver into my Dell Vista laptop and it read the driver, I pressed the receiver button and it blinked red, and is now solid. I pressed the button on the mouse and nothing happened and the mouse will not function. What am I doing wrong?

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