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Re: CD not in sight
Most of the new mice generally ship with the latest drivers. If you have a generic mouse, then you dont really require any driver. It will make use of Windows innate driver.
You can,however, check the manufacturer's website for a driver or check HERE or HERE Just enter the make and model of your mouse in the search box, and if there is one, you should be able to download it. Or you can reply with the make and model of your mouse and I'll try to find one for you.
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In order for you to program the Logitech wireless mouse, you need to install the software (CD) that came with it.
You need to launch the software after installing it, and there will be an option for you to program the side buttons as how you would like it to work. Example, you selected the upper side button to launch your Internet Explorer. All the instructions will be available in the software itself.
You may also refer to the user manual of the mouse.
Hi, connecting the Dynex Wireless Optical Mouse is easy. First, you need to install the driver for the mouse. It should have come packaged with the mouse, on the CD-ROM. If you don't have the CD-ROM you can download the driver from the website and install it:
Scroll down to "Dynex Wireless Optical Mouse" and click "English" next to "Driver:" to download it, then unzip it and install it.
Once you've installed the driver, all you have to do is put the two AA batteries in the mouse, flip the switch on the bottom to On, and insert the USB receiver into your computer. Your mouse should be usable right away!
It doesn't need any drivers. Plug the receiver in a different USB socket, wait until the system finds it, and then pair the mouse and the receiver using "connect" buttons on both as instructed in the manual.
1. Make sure batteries are inserted and in the right way round.
2. there should be three items
3. Signalsender/receiver. with usb connection
4. Micky Mouse
6. Possibly Setup CD?
If setup cd install/wait
Connect signal sender/receiver via usb. Place unit convient position so it can pickup signalfrom keyboard/mouse/ line of sight. Should be a small button push on rear of both micky and keyboard, to activate items, PUSH button.
Hopefully it came with an install CD ? Firstly keep the old mouse plugged until this one works. Now install the software from CD. With PC turned off plug in the wireless receiver to a spare USB port and power back on. Make sure youve got good batteries in the mouse. Now press the button on the wireless receiver and the lights should be flashing. While they are flashing press the button underneath the mouse. They should now be communicating and the mouse should work. If all is well turn off PC and disconnect old mouse. If you didnt get a CD dont worry if you give me the model of it i can find the software on the internet. ...........cheers from Scott
try switching the right click to another button using setpoint. if the button works perfect then it is the micro switch for the right click contact logitech. if it drops turn off setpoint and try the regular right click if that drops just may be a glitch in the game. check for mouse controls in the game to tune the mouse.
Try disconnecting the Mouse Receiver from the
USB port and reinstall the CD software program. When
the program asks you to connect the MouseReceiver to the USB
port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud
Hello, I found a website that offers the LR6 AA batteries that you were talking about and maybe purchase online. They look like regular AA batteries to me, but I am providing the link for you to view and make your determination. I hope this helps.
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